This is a dress (or rather, a blouse and skirt) that I'm not likely to sew any time soon. It's got princess seams, a yoke, ruffly things, cuffs... I need to level up a few times before attempting this. The skirt looks okay though.
Not that Eun-jae needs any more skirts.
This dress would be a good opportunity to get a more... traditional wig for Eun-jae. What kind of time-traveling secret agent walks around with short purple hair all the time?
There's a guide for human-sized catsuits here. Not sure how applicable it will be, but we'll see!
As a bonus, the same pattern can be used (probably in brighter colors) when Eun-jae becomes a superhero and joins the Justice League. The College Student Disguise could become her "fake real identity".
Dolly Bureau has arrived! It's somewhat shorter than I had hoped--there are about thirty patterns, and five or six of them, being sized for 1/12-scale ball-jointed dolls, are useless to me. The patterns that are there, however, look clear and not too complicated.
I have Liv, Moxie Teenz, Barbie, and Pullip--they should all find some pattern that fits them in Dolly Bureau, with or without slight modifications. Based on the photos in the book, Pullip in particular will need the patterns to be slimmed down. Doesn't look hard.