Spring is the perfect time of the year to get your sundresses out for a walk around the beach—or to the mall. Whatever kind of day you are planning to have, these 5 cute and flowy dresses are ready to be your peerless company.
What’s even more fun is the fact that these flowy and cute dresses are very much DIY! Enough of the teasing, let’s look at the 5 DIY dresses to make for Spring that are both cute and flowy for you to make and wear.
1. V-neck Lace-up Short-Sleeve
This sheath cut dress is complemented by the modest reveal done by the V–neck. To make it look chicer and more casual, add a short sleeve to both sides. This dress is bouncy and flowy for the Springtime. Top the look off with a beige sling bag and a sun hat.
2. Off Shoulder Strap
The off-shoulder strap dress is perfect for lounging. It is effortlessly casual with minimum sewing. The focus of the off-shoulder dress is the fabric. Make it a color of Spring-like yellow to achieve a sunny and fresh look.
You didn’t expect DIY dresses to make for Spring were this simple yet rich in style, did you?
3. Sophisticated Long Sleeve Dress
Keen to look sophisticatedly elegant in your Spring dress? Choose a tiny flower-printed fabric and give it an apron cut with a low chest. At this point, you will probably look a little too revealing, and here comes the fun part: the long sleeve. Give it some room to achieve the classic feel.
4. Young Mom Dress
Don’t you see these types of Spring dresses in movies a lot? The young moms wearing it look adorably cute and classy. To achieve the look, take slightly light-beige chiffon and make a blouson cut, let the upper area cross each other and cause a deep V-neck.
5. Earthy Green Chiffon
The earthy green chiffon dress is another blouson cut. But this particular dress has a more country and earthy style in particular. How so? The sleeves are big and short, and a bow tie complements the hip.
Looking at the 5 cute and flowy DIY dresses to make for Spring, do you think you can handle the over flooding compliments you are going to receive? If so, which of these 5 DIY Spring dresses you’d like to recreate? Share with your closest friends.