Hi sewing friends! I recently went to a Bachelorette trip in Miami and of course I made all of my outfits!

Not only did I document the sewing process for my clothes, but I took tons of pictures “on location” this weekend. This was my second time coming to Miami and just like before, the fashion scene was superior.

I’m linking the videos from YouTube channel along with the pictures below. Let’s get into these looks.

For Friday night went to Mayami restaurant followed by bottles and VIP at LIV. I decided to wear McCall’s 8339. I used a blush pink bullet textured knit fabric for this look. I previously did a pattern review on this dress. I’m linking that here.

The next day, we wore all black on a Catamaran boat ride. I sewed up a black version of the Marley suit by Edgewater Avenue. I’m linking my sewing vlog for the bathing suit here. The link in the video will have all fabric and pattern information.

And of course, my friend, the bride, shined in white!

Later that night we had a pajama party where a private chef made dinner for all of us. I just adored how the decorator made the space absolutely gorgeous and perfect!

I made these pajamas for the trip.

For more information on the pajamas, fabric and patterns, I am linking my sewing vlog here.

On Sunday we went to Nikki Beach Club for all you can eat and drink. I absolutely loved the vibe here and will come back for my next trip to Miami. I chose to wear a bathing suit under my Saguaro set since there is beach access from the club. For information about my set, here is the two-part series on YouTube featuring a full bust adjustment!

I was so into the vibe at Nikki Beach that I never got pictures but it’s absolutely stunning. And come to think of it, we didn’t take pictures at the table. You had to be there.

Once returned to the AirBnB a few of us hung out by the pool area that we had. I took photos of my bathing suit which is an oldie but goodie. The Georgia top by Edgewater Avenue and the Vernazza swim bottoms by Friday Pattern Company.

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