Hey everyone! How’s your week been? I had an idea, so I jumped back on the blog to put it up!
Lonsdale dresses are popping up all over blog-world, and I’ve been trying to ‘collect’ them and share links through Facebook and Twitter. Then when a couple of you linked to your dresses in Monday’s post, I thought, why not collect the links in a blog post?
What do you think? I think it will be fun! Just leave a comment on this post with a link to your finished dress.
It can be anywhere on the internet: your blog, on your Burdastyle profile, or your Flickr account. This way, I can easily find finished Lonsdale dresses, and I won’t be borrowing any photos without permission. You’ll be able to look at each other’s dresses right away, and I’ll put together some round-up posts as well!
Here’s how to do it:
- Scroll to the bottom of this post to where it says ‘Leave a Reply’
- Fill in your name, email, and blog address (blog URL is optional!)
- In the comment box, copy and paste a link to your blog post or photo. (It will automatically turn into a real link when the comment is published, no secret-code required!)
- Just for fun, tell us a couple of things about the dress: what do you like best about your dress? Have you worn it yet? Where did you go?
Kind of like this:
Hi! I’m Tasia, and my blog is http://sewaholic.net. Here’s a link to my finished dress – http://sewaholic.net/introducing-the-next-pattern-the-lonsdale-dress/. I love the seersucker texture and the fact it has pockets. I’ve worn it at least ten times already, all over the city! Yesterday I wore it to work (on my bike!) and then afterwards, Mr Sewaholic and I went for a bite to eat and a walk to get ice cream.
In case you’re wondering: The dress in the photo above is made of a vintage cotton paisley print, and I’ve worn it a few times too!
Just a note: if there are lots of links in a comment, the comments go to the spam folder, so they might not show up right away! I’ll be sure to check the spam folder for comments that may have slipped in by mistake.
I’m so looking forward to seeing all of your dresses!