The essential tank: V for Victory for Chalk & Notch

This. Is. A. Must. For your sewing collection. Seriously, if you're looking for the perfect tank to add to your wardrobe or to test the waters with basics and essentials then this is the pattern you want. The Victory tank is the first pattern by Chalk & Notch in 2019. It's got 2 views, one…

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Not another cami hack: The Misty Cami

TGIF! I know it seems like lately I've been releasing new posts on Fridays (and that's true), but I hope all of you understand! 🙂 If you're on Instagram then you know that @Sewalteredstyle released their first pattern, the Misty cami and well, since I love camis and tank tops I was drawn to this…

Summer ’19 trends: the belt bag

It was just an ordinary Saturday when I came across the tutorial for a belt bag on Closet Case's website. And immediately, I was sold! I mean, how hard could this be? Get some leather, and a few accessories and I'm in business. Well... it was a little more involved. So where do I begin?…

My new favorite Summer dress: My ogden cami hack!

Happy Hump Day! It's the first week of June - and the hot weather has been showing out! I was totally prepared for this. I mean, I bought the Ogden Cami pattern from True Bias and I've already used the pattern twice and my brain is filled with tons more ideas and hacks. If you…

Dear Mrs. Kennedy: A Nod to an American Fashion Icon

It's no secret that I love classic styles. And of course, the godmother of classic American style is Jackie Kennedy. If you've been following my blog or Instagram for sometime then you know that I love Jackie Kennedy. When I was a little girl my mom took me to an exhibit to see her clothes…

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…

Hey Sole Sister: Espadrille Kit Pattern Review

I did it! I made my own shoes! I can't tell you how much I am really proud of myself for completing the project. A year ago -heck, several years ago a project like this would've really intimidated me, but it came together very naturally. If you've been following me on Instagram then you know…