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from loft.com

Maternity Inked Brush Smocked Tie Waist Dress

An inky print inspires this laid-back glam style with animal allure. Scoop neck. Short dolman sleeves. Shirring and contrast trim at shoulder seams. Contrast ties and elasticized smocking at waist. Crochet belt loops. 25 from waist seam.

Old Navy strapless smocked floral maxi dress M Worn once! Not really my style but like the pattern so I took a chance but it's been sitting in my closet for too long and needs a new home! Completely lined. 100% cotton. 28" bust but top is very stretchy. I'm a 36C and it fit well. I'm 5'5" and it hit like the model, brushing the tops of my feet but I like my maxis long! Approx 49" long. Old Navy Dresses Maxi

from In the Loop Knitting

Tunic and Dress Knitting Patterns

Margarita Dress | Free Knitting Pattern vintage pattern dress with smocked yoke long sleeves knit in sport weight yarn | More tunic and dress patterns at http://intheloopknitting.com/tunic-and-dress-knitting-patterns/

As a doula, it is my job to offer women physical, emotional, and educational support during pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum period. When I walked up to the beauty counter that day, I had no idea that the fresh-faced teen in her black smock, brush in hand, would end up being my lipstick doula. She made a profound impact on my perception of beauty and forever changed the way I view myself.

This only happens when you are wiping you brush on yourself and not on a terry cloth rag. Have a rag under your water as well as one in your hand. This apron will be stiff and not fun to wear after awhile, and clutters the mind.

*LOVE* This is a must have ensamble! the way to say "I'm chilling out" without it also saying "I'm a styleless schlump having a homebody day" ... I would brush my hair tho - Border Print Smocked Wideleg Free People

I was happy to discover that the typical ren-faire outfit of chemise + sleeveless bodice + skirt actually existed in period art, therefore probably existing in real life. Not as whorish as what you see at the ren faires, but there it is! This is German, 1500s, working class.