Trapeze dresses are the rage right now and even though we’re getting into the cooler months it layers up well on cooler days, adding some tights and short boots. The Trapeze is also a great one to wear out for dinner: there’s a lot of volume in the skirt – second helpings are no problem! I could smuggle my smallest child under there if the need ever arose.
This is pretty straightforward with no fastenings and little to no fitting required, making it a beginner-friendly project. Any fabric with good drape would make a great Trapeze.
This was a hot ticket in the 50’s and 60’s and I love that era of clothing! It’s all rolling back around and the clothing is so much fun! This is an effortless, yet eye catching look! Victoria Beckham sells one of these for $462!
Incredibly easy to wear, the classic A-line cut slowly skims the silhouette of your body, slightly fitted near the bust and wider at the hemline.
You can wear this DIY dress practically anywhere, which is why it is called the Trapeze Dress. It’s great for daily wear and it can be worn as a beach or pool cover up. When using a soft knit fabric this loose design makes it flow when you move, so you will feel like you are walking on air! Learn how to make a dress like this one because you will want to wear it all the time…so make more than one!
Watch how Oaishe makes this in her step by step tutorial so you can experience how comfortable this dress is…you’re gonna love it!