Nothing wrong with your computer's color filters; I'm playing with the effects in my photo editing program (Aperture) today. Because there isn't a lot to do in wintertime.
Some actual color photos now.
This is Sweater Dress #2 to which I alluded here.
You get crazy shots of me in the mirror indoors
because it's a cold and snowy week and I tried an outdoor photoshoot with Emily behind the lens and I'm freezing and half asleep and slouchy in most of them. But wanted to include this shot anyway you could see the real shade of blue of the fabric.
Which isn't even the real color; this is closer to it:
So this sweater dress. When I wear it for real (i.e. out of the house), I'll add leggings but I couldn't be bothered for this photoshoot. Bad attitude, I know. Blame winter.
Okay, the deconstruction.
Raglan sleeves and a self-bound (i.e. with the same fabric, not faced) neckline that ties
or hangs open.
The dress is just a fitted thing with a slight Aline bottom half.
Because the fabric is see-through, it has a full length jersey slip, which you can see pictures of in the previous post.
The slip has darts, but this outer dress has no darts at all, just seam shaping.
Here I am experimenting with belts, just because I think this dress is super versatile
I like this belt a lot more, but it still needs to be a tad wider.
More daft effects (winter, apathetic boredom, etc.)