I hope you all are getting your sweaters and long sleeve blouses out of storage because it's getting cooold out there. It's hard to find a good winter frock. Usually, I try to make dresses that can be worn with a button down cardigan and have interesting necklines. Long sleeves and frocks just don't go that well together.
So I picked out two Burdastyle patterns that we could try. Tell me what one you'd prefer to do. The first one featured above could be made so many ways. It is $4. I included a photo of a Modcloth dress next to the Burdastyle dress that I'll try to knockoff with this pattern. I like the grey toned lace and silk look for fall.
The other pattern that I liked was the one shown above. It is $5. The neck was really what caught my eye. It's too big for a 'summer' frock so it seemed fitting to make in 'fall'. This could be done in a sweater or knit material too! That would definitely be appropriate for fall.
Tell me what one you'd rather do.
Top, burdastyle, modcloth
Bottom, The Penny Farthing, burdastyle
....UPDATE! As of 10:40 AM EST the voting is now closed. For all votes also see this post.