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Does Dress show under Tunic?

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    KellyNYC @KellyNYC

    Hi Ladies,

    About to start my first Pinwheel Tunic in double gauze. I am worried making the dress in the same double gauze will feel like too many heavy layers, and also feel like the same garment twice. I’d like to make the bodice of the dress in a light chambray keep the ruffle in double gauze so I still get that solid two-tiered ruffle look. My question is when the tunic is worn over the dress, will the bodice of the dress be seen?

    Thank you!

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    Lightning McStitch @LightningMcStitch

    Definitely doesn’t show when on a clothes hanger or a kid who’s standing still.

    Because the tunic has sleeves and the dress doesn’t, I imagine a kid raising their arms above their head might make the dress part slightly visible.

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    Nicole @motherof5

    I agree with Shelley.

    Lidia has worn this to death and it always sits beautifully.

    Pinwheel Slip Dress and Tunic

    She has worn it over leggings as it has become a bit short.

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