BIANCA Dress and Top

Jalie 4019 - BIANCA - Dress with belt and cap sleeve
4019 // BIANCA Dress and Top - Jalie
Jalie 4019 - BIANCA - Top with cap sleeve
Jalie 4019 - BIANCA - Sleeveless top
Jalie 4019 - BIANCA - Sleeveless dress with pockets
4019 // BIANCA Dress and Top - Jalie

BIANCA Dress and Top

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Round-neck top and dress with or without cap sleeves. The neckline is finished with binding in the front and facing in the back

  • A: Top that hits above the hips
  • B: Knee-length dress with optional pockets.

Wear it loose or with the belt to cinch the waist. A very versatile pattern you can dress up or down.

28 sizes included in the pattern Sizing chart / Yardage info
French, English View instructions
Metric and imperial
Sewing allowances
1 cm (3/8’’), included
What you get when buying this PDF pattern
Instructions (print or read on device)
Print at home (A4 / US Letter): 23 pages
Copy Shop (A0): 1 page(s)
Copy Shop (roll): 36'' x 48''
Projector file
PDF Feature
Layered PDF (print one size at a time)

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Lisa Muniz
Bianca Review

The sizing was off for me, I had to redo the seems in order to get a proper fit. Also, the seem down the center I did not find attractive and cut a new piece on the fold to give a smoother look.

Chic and sleek

I love how this dress came out. I made it without the belt. I usually avoid such straight lines because they can look like a sack, especially for my small stature. But this dress just has the right combination of looseness and style. I made it in black linen and it looks very chic. I started with a wearable muslin of the top before cutting the linen, and I love the top version too!

Love this dress!!!

The Bianca is my new favorite dress! I think an advanced beginner could even tackle this one! Not many pieces, straight forward construction, and a loose fit make this a really rewarding sew. I made mine with a lightweight tencel twill with great drape. The belt was easy to make - I used a mystery cotton or polyester from my stash and stabilized it with a light-mid weight interfacing. Depending on the look you're going for, you may want to use a medium weight interfacing on the wide parts of the belt, and something sheer/light on the thin strap parts.