So, the dress is called Sanguine…what does that mean???

New pieces from the handcrafted collection, Fashion Not Fear is steadily being released on BlueLabelsBoutique.com.  As a matter of fact, there is probably a new drop every two weeks or so, which means you should be checking often!  😀  If you happen to forget, no worries…you will be sure to get an update right here at FNF.

The Sanguine Dress is next up.  Sanguine??… you might be thinking.

The word means being optimistic or positive, especially in an difficult situation.  Optimism is an absolute requirement in being fearless.  The name didn’t occur to me at when I started.  It wasn’t until after looking at the finished product.

First of all, it’s deep v-neckline is hella sexy.  If you look good, you feel good aka optimistic.  Plus, it is also a maxi.  There is something abut a long dress that always makes me feel good when I’m wearing it.  Maybe it is how the material feels brushes against my legs.  Or perhaps it is because my height (4′ 11″) requires me to hold it up one the sides when walking so that it doesn’t drag on the floor.  So girly is that!! 💕 I can’t put my finger on it but maxi dresses are my jam!

There are a few things that need to be done before it comes out.

Seams to finish.

Thread to remove.

removing thread from purple and pink maxi dress

Almost at the finish line!  For now, you can feast your eyes on a sketch of the dress.

fashion sketch of purple and pink maxi dress

Stay tuned this week so you can get yours when it drops.  Who’s feeling the Sanguine dress??  Let me know in the comments..

Stay Fearless 💋

 

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