What I love about view A is the skirt which is much more comfortable and flowy. Yeah, there's no use fighting it; I think I'm a flowy skirt person.
I also really like the belt carriers. I haven't worn it with a belt yet; I just like the detail.
I had to do a bit of fiddling to get the right tension on the belt carriers. The reason had to do with the turn of cloth. When you fold the waistband seam, the carriers are too tight. So I folded the seam then adjusted the tension of each carrier before pinning it and basting it in place. That way they'll lie flat once the seam is sewn.
I didn't take any construction details photos this time because I just whizzed through this one. No underlining and a clean finish for the seam allowances. This is my new favourite way to finish seam allowances for straight seams. Just fold the seam allowance over once and stitch.
Well, that's it for my second summer shirt dress. I'm pretty happy with it, and I just may sew another one some day.
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