Fit for every day, joggers are a style of casual pants that have become very popular in recent years. Their main appeal is that they provide high-end comfort and can be easily dressed up or down.
For this spring, I wanted something classic with a twist. In the last few years, I’ve been trying to sew a sustainable closet. What is more classic and timeless than a shirtdress?
Spring is finally here, and I was in the mood for a new pair of crisp cotton pyjamas. In Fabricville’s latest Spring flyer, I was immediately drawn to the animal print cotton poplin collection. My inspiration came from a pair of Ralph Lauren leopard-print pyjamas that I had been eyeing for a while.
Every year, I look forward to the arrival of the Fall fabric collections. This year, the Monsoon rayon twill collection caught my eye and the foulard print in green and navy blue was instantly my favorite. Right away, I wanted to make it into a long shirt to wear with skinny pants and long boots.
This t-shirt dress pattern caught my eye when I first saw the McCall’s Spring 2017 pattern collection.
The sporty chic look is still very present in fashion magazine. I am sure that it’s due to the fact that it is so easy to wear and very comfortable.
Big thanks to Fabricville for the fabric and notions used for this project!
This dress pattern was on my sewing list as soon as I saw it in McCall’s Fall 2016 collection.
For the past few years, jumpsuits have been all the rage.