I saw Liana’s blog post of today ” Perfect isn’t perfect anymore” and was inspired to show you some more flaws which can be prevented if you know what to look for, or better, can be avoided.
Liana’s post is about the new fall 2008 couture show from Valentino designed by Alessandra Facchinetti, and she points out that some of those new fall 2008 couture garments, which sell for a lot of money, could be sewn with more dedication to strive for perfection.
Like Liana, I looked at the pictures of this show, including the detail shots, and saw some more points which could use some fitting and sewing guidance.
(All photos in this post are courtesy of Style.com where you can see all the fashion designer shows like the couture collections and ready to wear.)
Puckered dart ends at skirt and not enough hip width so the skirts creeps up:
Not enough walking room:
Not so invisible zipper, no smooth inner collar:
Dimples at armhole maybe they are a design feature but it can also caused by uneven ease in of the sleeves :