I made it pretty much the same way as the last dress... I took in the skirt until it fit Sutton's body. Using the excess material I made the straps and ruffled sleeves.
Again with the wrinkles. You probably think I don't own an iron. I do, I'm just lazy.
I used the contrasting material from the bottom of the skirt to make a pleated ruffle between the straps.
I used more contrasting material on the back because I am sort of a prude when it comes to modesty, especially when it comes to my children. Only, I think it looks a little weird and doesn't cover that much. I may just take it off.
But that isn't the worst part. Look closer. Notice how the ruffled sleeves are totally uneven? Crappy workmanship right there.
The sash was part of the original skirt. All in all, it's not so bad. Just don't look too close!
Luckily Sutton isn't as nit-picky as I am!