This bolero can be made to match any Pixie Pocket dress.
This listing is for the jacket only, the matching dress shown in the photos is available here:
As with all Pixie Pocket clothing this dress is available for custom order in different colors, fabrics and adornments. Recommended fabrics for this dress are satin, taffeta, gabardine and cotton.
All my dress bodices are lined and double stitched, and all inner seams are overlocked and can be top stitched (if required for extra strength). They are sturdy and are up to heaps of wear and tear.
Unfortunately, I am in New Zealand which has a very different timezone to the rest of the world, I may take a bit of time to reply to your convo but please be patient I will as soon as I possibly can!
Urgent orders will take a maximum of 30 days to be delivered (this includes sewing, shipping and postage delays) please convo or leave a message to let me know its urgent, and the date you need the item by.
When ordering dresses that require no custom work please inform us of your measurements in the instructions section of pay pal, There are measurement instructions at the bottom of this page.
When ordering dresses that require custom work, please message us with your ideal fabric, colours and style, and we will consult through photos and conversation to make sure you are completely satisfied .
Only basic body measurements are needed to determine your pattern type and size. Remember to wear proper undergarments and shoes when measuring. Also, make sure the tape measure is held snugly and firmly (not tightly) against your body and is always parallel to the floor for circumference measurements.
BUST- Measure around the fullest part of bust and straight across back
CHEST- around body above fullest part of bust
WAIST- around body at natural waistline
SHOULDERS- Measure from shoulder to shoulder (it is sometimes easier to use the shoulder seams on a fitted top as a guide line)
LENGTH FROM SHOULDER - this is the length from the shoulder to where you want the sleeve to end, if wearing a tight t-shirt with sleeves you can measure from the top of the sleeve seam.
BICEP - this is around the widest part of your upper arm
SLEEVE END - when measuring the sleeve length it can help to put small marks, then using these marks measure around the arm at this point. this way the sleeves will fit really nicely with being baggy or too tight.
A helpful resource on getting good measurements is this website:
Any questions please ask!
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