As promised, for anyone who doesn’t follow us on Instagram, here’s the round up of Audrey’s weekly outfits. It’s fun to look back and see what I wore in past years, and the different ways to pair items of clothing. Stick around to the end of the post to see if I met my goal for the week!!!
Mountain Pose Pants by Hey June Patterns.
Sunshine on my #mmmay18 Day 2 outfit! It’s going to be a great day. I don’t wear either of these very often, so hopefully by wearing them today I’ll figure out why. . . Skirt pattern: Maxi Skirt by @simplesimonandco Skirt fabric: Aloe mist knit from @artgalleryfabrics Shirt pattern: Marlene shirt from @naehconnection shop Shirt fabric: Stripes by @rileyblakedesigns . . #handmadewardrobe #imademyclothes #sewing365 #sewing #sewingtall #marleneshirt #rileyblakedesigns #stripetee #memademay #memadeeveryday #selfishsewing #sewingisselfcare #nursingshirt #maxiskirt #knitmaxi
Simple Maxi skirt pattern by Simple Simon & Co reviewed here in Art Gallery Fabrics aloe mist knit.
Marlene shirt pattern; reviewed here in Riley Blake Designs striped knit.
Jocole pencil skirt in scuba knit from JoAnn Fabrics (here’s a similar, no prettier, fabric! reviewed here.
Mountain Pose Pants by Hey June Patterns in black jersey from JoAnn Fabrics.
Lane Raglan pattern by Hey June Patterns in black knit.
If I must wash windows, I will wear my favorite shirt to feel better about it! Plus it’s sort of Cinco de Mayo-ish, right? . . Shirt pattern: #unionsttee by @heyjunehandmade Shirt fabric: refashioned knit maxi skirt! Skirt is RTW, but I’m going to use the Sandbridge Skirt pattern to replicate it soon. . . #mmmay18 #memademay #memadeeveryday #handmadewardrobe #refashion #upcycle #cincodemayo #selfishsewing #imakemyownclothes #sewingtall #2018rtwfast
Union St. Tee by Hey June Patterns refashioned from a skirt (see it here.)
And if you’re following along, you know that I’ve accomplished at least 1 week’s sewing project for me goal for May. Also, this seems to be a new color palette for me, but I’m totally in love with this fabric. It’s lightweight, doesn’t wrinkle horribly, and drapes and flows beautifully.
In my opinion, it’s the perfect fabric for this pattern. I highly recommend either and both of these!
For some reason, I’ve been attracted to the warm color palette for the first time in my wardrobe. I love wearing navy blues and blacks, but recently I’ve wanted all the reds, oranges, and yellows. So keep your eyes on this space to see how long this lasts.
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