I think this was the second Stasia dress I ever sewed and I definitely modified this to fit me better. I took out the point at the center and raised the waistline about three inches since I have a VERY short torso. Made the skirt a little longer to accommodate the sorter bodice. Also modified the sleeves to make them hit at about elbow length. All of these mods gave me a dress that I’ve sewn I think about eight times now. I’ve got the fit absolutely down, the use of the knit fabric makes it super comfortable and it still fits even with small weight changes, plus it’s a great way to show off a fun fabric! I have a little bit of a penchant for fun prints, and this is no exception. The fabric is Spoonflower’s cotton spandex in a blue, watercolor herringbone print by Annelie Hervie. I’ve paired it here with red accents for a more dressed-up look, but it could easily go with a denim jacket and sneakers for a more casual feel. Did I mention the pockets? OH THE POCKETS. They hold my massive smartphone without risk of it falling out and I love, LOVE these pockets. I think the designer once mentioned that this dress was like secret pajamas because it’s so comfortable, but no one has to know that you’re essentially wearing something that feels like pajamas because it looks so cute. These dresses have become a wardrobe staple and I’m almost hesitant to even try a new pattern for a knit dress because this one just works SO well.