Ok, a week ago I was just complaining about not having a LBD (Little Black Dress) and I just found out that I need a LWD for a wedding I'm invited to on Sunday. Heck, I don't have a LBD (I used to but I wore it out), let alone a LWD. Hey I don't get invited to those fancy "shin-digs" that require all white outfits. Plus I honestly don't like to sew all white clothing. One of the reasons I usually refrain from sewing or wearing white is mainly due to its potential to get dirty and how bad wrinkles look in white. My issues aside, the wedding calls for everyone to wear white so I don't want to be the one standing out! What am I going to do??? I did a quick Google search on LWD's but all I got was a ton of wedding related dresses. So I decided to skip the internet search to find inspiration. Plus, it's already Monday, and it would be better if I could find the fabric and pattern in my stash so I can begin the dressmaking process. Well I searched through the fabrics in my stash and needless to say I didn't have much to choose from. I had a few yards of white stretch poplin, some other mystery stretch fabric, & what looked like peachskin type fabric. After seeing the white peachskin, I began feeling somewhat hopeful. It's a polyester fabric that has a great drape and has texture similar to the surface of a peach (which I think it's name is derived, but don't quote me on that). Furthermore it's not too heavy or too light and it's pretty wrinkle resistant. Now I had to find the perfect pattern for it. That's when I thumbed through my pattern binder and ran across Butterick 5212. The drape of the fabric would be perfect for this dress!