These pictures were taken inside of a not-so-scenic Qdoba, but as I knew chips and cheese were coming, I opted for cleanliness to backdrop. Here is the front of of the dress, which is actually made from the back of Nathan's shirt. The sleeves were cut from the shirt sleeves, and the only part of the dress that didn't come from the shirt is the little rick-rac trim.
The back of the dress is made from the front of Nathan's shirt, making it a veritable sewer's dream since all of those buttons and button holes were already there.
Marianna was pretty pleased with the finished product. And who could blame her? A sentimental, inexpensive, and fashion forward piece, all created by this easy, step-by-step tutorial =). You should give it a try and see for yourself.