- Oct 29, 2015, 9:31 PM
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I love the fabrics you have chosen, both of these are beautiful! The contrast achieved by layering this with a tank also looks good :) I agree with you that the v is very low (it doesn't look lower than the darts on the technical drawing, so this must be wrong!). Did you put in your actual height measurement? it sounds as though your pattern was sized for a much taller person, with the low neck and long length.