Dress: Thrifted, Belt: Hand me down/Mum's, Shoes: Far East Plaza.
The hem is ridiculously uneven - short in front, longer behind and not straight on all sides. You can see it slightly from the front, but it's very obvious from the side. I am a big fan of improvising, but in retrospect I really should have taken my mum's advice and not quite 'bang and do' the alteration. She's been smirking all day, an "I told you so" just waiting to pop out at any second. I like to think I'm pioneering a new trend - the uneven hem. But really, I'm much too lazy to unpick the seams and redo everything.
Thankfully this was the only garment that came out wonky. Everything else actually came out better than I expected. Also, let me, the village r-tard marvel at how much faster alterations are done when using a machine. Like, whoa!