We recently had to make an unplanned trip to Kansas, and if you follow me on Instagram, you know I made a new dress the day before we left. I love my Simplicity sweater dress, but I wanted something with a tad more design to take on the trip.I really liked this sweater I tried on awhile back at Anthro, but it was too long and the ruffles stuck out more than draped over my shoulders, so when I came across M7688, I immediately placed it in my queue.Since I was on a time crunch, I searched through my stash. When I came across this knit, I got excited and immediately threw it in the wash. I love the herringbone design, and I thought it would have the drape I wanted for the ruffles on M7668.I made size XS, and debated taking it in a bit, but decided to keep the oversized fit. I love ruffles, so I made View B with the dress length, and omitted the band. I hemmed it 1 ½” and kept the sleeve cuffs per the pattern. The instructions are pretty straightforward, and it was a fairly quick sew since I used my serger. The only part that took some time was the top ruffle placement. It’s a great pattern if you’re looking for a satisfying, quick sew.I’ve worn it twice now, but I’m not so sure I like how this style looks on me. I’m petite (5’1″ on a good day.), so I feel a tad overwhelmed with all the ruffles. I think my boots help balance it a bit, but I’m not counting this one as a win. I love the pattern, and the dress, but just not on me. Ironically, it’s one of Jon’s favorite dresses I’ve made! Haha!So, have you made something you love, but the style just isn’t right for you? What do you do with it? Do I keep it and wear it for my dear hubby’s sake since he loves it so much?