I did some online window shopping this week & came across this fun & sexy summer dress sold at Revolt. Show Me Your Mumu calls it the Katy Halter Dress.
And they want $136 for it!
I thought it looked simple enough to give a try at remaking…and it was! Keep reading to make your own halter dress with a low back.
(for less than $10)
The dress is made with a soft, floral stretch satin fabric, baby blue as the primary color. It has a halter strap and stops mid-thigh with a low back. It’s the perfect little piece for weekend brunch.
1 yard of lightweight fabric (I used a stretchy satin, wasn’t very stretchy)
An old dress
Front Piece – Start with a simple bodice. Cut off shoulders and make desired length.
Back – Cut out a large square piece & a 1/2 oval out of the top.
After pieces are cut out, sew dress together at the side seams.
Gather the back, from armhole to armhole.
Apply trim to neckline raw edge.
Apply trim to armhole and back raw edge.
What do you guys think? Worth a go, right?
Not completely confident enough to invest in fabric? This would be the perfect DIY project using a bed sheet upcycled from your closet or the thrift store!