Camellia Dress - A Boho-Chic Style For Your 18-inch Dolls

Today, we are taking a closer look at the Camellia dress! The Camellia dress has a boho-chic style that has a square neckline, double-layer bell sleeves, and a full-tiered skirt that hangs just above the doll’s knees. The dress has a lace trim option to make the overall look chic and sweet.

The dress is perfect for your doll  for garden parties, for attending the family’s brunch, for Sunday activities, or even for a casual day out with friends. It has an interesting neckline that gives the dress a modern look. 

 The sleeves follow a bell design with two layers, making the dress look original and unique. You can also put white lace trimmings in the sleeves and neckline for an instant sweet look.

The length of the Camellia dress is perfect for attending musical festivals! It hangs above the knee, but it isn’t too short. Complemented with some statement headband, a choker, a bracelet, and edgy sandals, the dress is the ultimate Coachella look.

 

Although you can use any fabric of your choice for the Camellia dress, vintage fabric makes this pattern an instantly soft and rustic look. The lace details and the tiered skirt adds to the overall vintage vibes. With this dress, you can put the doll’s hair down and comb it straight for a formal look. A simple clip to open up the doll’s face is perfect for this look.

Lastly, a bright-colored fabric with floral details gives the dress a sunny, fun vibe. It’s perfect for picnics or park dates, and you can use solid colored trimmings for the sleeves and neckline. It defines the doll’s body features and gives the dress a loud, fun look. 

Overall, the Camellia dress has a lot of variations that you can use for different occasions and varying moods. This easy-to-sew pattern allows you to add different kinds of trimmings in the sleeves and neckline to make dresses that are perfect for a day out in the park or dresses for attending Coachella. You can download the pattern from here

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