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Totally Twiggy Mod Dress

Updated July 23, 2018
Totally Twiggy Mod Dress
Totally Twiggy Mod Dress
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You will turn heads when you walk down the street in this fashionable Totally Twiggy Mod Dress. This vintage dress pattern is absolutely fabulous. It would be a great dress to wear out for a casual girls' night. You could dress it up with some heels and costume jewelry for a fancy night out on the town, as well. Made with a light, comfy fabric, this free dress pattern would be a fantastic addition to your spring wardrobe.

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Remember the original Mod Squad in the 60's with Peggy Lipton as Julie Barnes who made this twiggy dress real popular. I wore them when I went to school. They were so fashionable and comfy and now here is a pattern to recreate one. You use a shirt that fits you and add the length you like. I love it and the colors are so awesome. Make one for yourself and go rock the town.

I love a good sheath dress that silhouette is kind of my go to. I'm not a huge fan of the print, although I love the vintage vibe that is has. I would love to make this dress in a neutral, and then pair it with a fabulous blanket scarf and boots for fall and winter.

Omigoodness yes. All you need is the teased up Bob hairstyle and the thick blue eyeshadow and youre totally rocking the 60s look. However, without the bold, geometric design, you could make yourself a simple shift dress which could be for work or play, depending on the material used and the accessories chosen.

34.Omigoodness yes. All you need is the teased up Bob hairstyle and the thick blue eyeshadow and youre totally rocking the 60s look. However, without the bold, geometric design, you could make yourself a simple shift dress which could be for work or play, depending on the material used and the accessories chosen.

This dress proves everything old is new again when it comes to fashion. I'm loving the mod look!

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