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DIY Jacket Dress – Completed REMAKE!

DIY Jacket Dress – Completed REMAKE!

So you’ve seen how I made mine…. here’s the finished product.

Late to the party?  Check out the posts HERE for how to make this look!

Sewalong Jacket Dress

Overall Sentiments:  When comparing this DIY to my first Jacket Dress, adding 2 inches to the length of the bodice really helped to add more comfort to this look.

This time around, I enlisted help from my Periscope friends, I followed the pattern instructions this time around with the gathered wrist band. This added volume to my sleeves and I actually like this look better.

Sidenote:  Have you checked out McCall Pattern Co’s new site??  They’ve made an overhaul of their site and it looks great!

Sewalong Jacket Dress

I added some interfacing to the ends of my sash to stabilize the ends.  I also added length to the sash, for more volume.

Sewalong Jacket Dress

I used 2 more yards of this fabric,for a total of 6 yards vs the first time I made this look.  I used every bit of fabric both times!

Don’t Want to Make It?  Custom jackets are available for purchase, ORDER YOURS HERE!  

Sewalong Jacket Dress

Confession:  I don’t set out to match my prints.  I do me 🙂  And it’s all good!

Sewalong Jacket Dress

Sewalong Jacket Dress

So another #MadeByMe item has inched its way to my closet.  I’m happy that I stretched myself and documented my process for making this Jacket Dress.  Hopefully, this shows you that you really can make something that you see & inspires you … and how easily it can be done!

I hope you enjoyed the journey!  Please tag me in your pictures online – I’d LOVE to see how you’re stylin’ your Ankara printed Jacket Dresses!

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Until next time… xoxo!



  1. Korra Williams
    March 31, 2016 / 9:44 AM

    absolutely gorgeous. Is this something you will be eventually making for order too?

  2. April 11, 2016 / 11:23 AM

    That fabric is beautiful. I love the garment. Great job.

    • afashionaddict
      April 11, 2016 / 12:05 PM

      Thanks so much, Krystal! I really appreciate your comments!


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