Here's her sundress—it's a dotted swiss-type fabric, light and airy (and ravel-y!); the lace on the hem is from my stash (perhaps vintage? I don't remember where I got it . . . but it might be). It's hard to see in the picture, but the hem is wavy. It's a Farbenmix pattern, Sasha, one of those you have to trace off a master sheet and add seam allowances (but it is in English). I bought it from Sewzanne's, and I highly recommend them—excellent service and quick shipping, which is good for those of us who value instant gratification . . .
And here's the smock: I loved working with this fabric! It's so smooth and silky, the way really nice cotton is . . . but I have no idea where I got it! I bought it last year sometime and stashed it away for the proper thing.
It doesn't show in the photo, but the neck is buttonhole stitched with orange pearl cotton, just because I wanted to. Here's a closeup of the pocket:
I bought it on eBay from someone in Japan (along with one of embroidery, over which I am still drooling); it's another of those with a master pattern sheet from which you must pick out the pieces of your particular thing, in your particular size, and trace them off. (I use a roll of soil separator, which is used in laying sewer pipe; at less than $20 for a 300 foot roll, it's a bargain. I'll probably never have to buy another roll.) It was an interesting experience, since all the pattern notations, etc. are in Japanese. So are the instructions, but it's an easy dress and I've been sewing since I was 13, so that wasn't a big deal.