New Orleans: Part Quatre

It's the last one...for now. And I plan on keeping this one short and sweet since I talked everyone's ear off in the last 3 posts! The pattern I used for the coordinates is McCall 7757 and my fabric is from Minerva. I made shorts instead of pants. I won't delve too much into my…

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New Orleans: Part Trois

We're almost finished with this series mon petit! And today I'll be sharing quite possibly my favorite one out of all of them! My birthday suit...well, coordinates. LOL. And is anyone surprised? It's stripes!!! We ate dinner at August's that night so I only wore this outfit for a few hours. But I felt like…

New Orleans: Part Deux

Brunch, anyone? I feel like that's an important part of any vacation, especially in a place where most activities involve trying new or interesting cuisine. For the day, I wore my favorite Summer pattern, an ogden cami hack. Once again, I extended the bodice, but this time to the floor to make a maxi dress.…

My little red dress: Orchid Midi pattern review

I don't own any red dresses! I know, shameful! So when I saw this pattern, all I could see was "red"...but in a good way. I wanted a nice Spring red. So I opted for a tomato red from Minerva Crafts. And as a side note, my package came super quick and shipping costs were…

My grown up Easter egg hunt outfit!

So I'm back for my second post this week! I could get used to this! Today I'm wearing my unconventional Easter outfit. Now let's get real, I don't know if I'll be going on a real Easter egg hunt in these, but one can day dream, right? To make my overalls I used Sew House…

Breaking all the rules! Pattern review: Simplicity Jiffy Dress 1059

I broke so many rules with this pattern! But more on that later. Let me start from the top. It's definitely an oldie but goodie. If you're not familiar with this pattern it's a vintage Simplicity pattern from 1969. I love this pattern because on some level I'd like to think my late aunt, who…