My DIY: Printed Cold Shoulder Shift Dress + New Look 6467 Pattern Review

Happy New Month Lovelies!
Printed Cold Shoulder Shift Dress (I made)
New Look Navy Sleeveless Coat (HERE)
BCBGeneration Oslo Nude Pumps (HERE)
Colorpop "Lax' Ultra Matte Liquid lipstick (HERE
How are you all doing? I am doing great! I am also finally back home because my 1st semester of pharmacy school is over! I can't believe it!! These past 3.5 months flew by kinda fast. My first semester in SOP is definitely one I will always remember. It started out a bit rocky while I try to figure out the full-time grad school life but by the grace of God I was about figure it out. I thank God everyday for letting me to choose my school because as stressful as it was, my "Pharmily" (i.e classmates/friends and professors) were always there to support and encourage me. The wealth of knowledge in terms of pharmacy practice I have gained these past months is simply astonishing to me. I feel so fulfilled as a Student Pharmacist that I am so looking forward to my future as a Pharmacist.
On to today's outfit post, the last time I came home for the weekend I was able to quickly make a dress that I wore to church that Sunday. I made a printed cold shoulder shift dress and I absolutely love the way it turned out. I am kinda obsessed with the cold shoulder trend at the moment so you will definitely be seeing more of it in upcoming posts. I paired the bold printed dress with a navy sleeveless cold and nude pumps. I am in the process of planning my sewing projects for the next few weeks, so stay tuned for more DIY posts. I also have a pattern review below for those that sew.
P.S: I know I was not really consistent with my blog posts while I was in school but I wanna thank and appreciate everyone that stuck around, YOU ALL ROCK!!!
 Pattern Review: New Look 6467
Pattern Description: Misses' shift dresses feature straight hem, V-neck with or without ties, and cold shoulder or 3/4 sleeves with slit, or rounded hemline with boat neck and short or 3/4 rounded sleeves. 
Pattern Sizing: It came in a size 10 - 22
Fabric Used: Voila for You by Vlisco 100% Cotton Fabric
Were the instructions easy to follow? Yes super easy!
What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern? I really like the flutter shoulder cut-out detail plus it has different sleeve variations
Pattern alterations or any design changes you made? I lengthened the dress by 3 inches and the sleeves by 2 inches. I also removed the side pockets because my hips were making it stick out, and that didn't look nice. So if you are curvy like I am, I doubt the side pockets will work.
Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others? I don't think I will sew it again cos I have a lot shift dress patterns in my stash that I wanna sew but I will definitely recommend it if you want a simple shift dress with different sleeve variations.
Thank you so much for stopping by and have a blessed day!
Pictures taken by Onyi M.


  1. Cute dress! πŸ‘ŒπŸΎπŸ‘ŒπŸΎ Welcome back and congrats on completing your first semester. You'll be done before you know it!

  2. I love the butterfly & checkered dress that you made! It looks very different than the pattern. It looks much better on you than in the pattern drawing. Plus, the fabric print is so celebratory...

  3. Great dress. Thanks for sharing.


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