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…

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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.…

Crazy for Zadie! A pattern review on the Zadie Jumpsuit by Paper Theory

I have never met a jumpsuit I didn't love and Zadie by Paper Theory is no different! It burst onto Instagram with a quickness and for once in my existence I was not late to the party. Zadie is definitely everything and more! It's flattering, forgiving and the design and wear ease are perfect! But…

Granny Chic: My Up-cycled Goodwill Dress

I did it! I completed my first up-cycle. And I let me just say, I need to do these more often! It was fun, quick and it was almost like a little brain exercise because you have to deconstruct and rebuild. Plus, my dress was only $6, so let's just say I saved a ton…

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…

Flower child vibes: Simplicity 1059 pattern hack

I'm back with another pattern hack this week. And this time I made a flowy maxi dress for Spring! This dress made me feel like I stepped out of 2019 and right into 1970. It's so referential, but that's why I love it. I think my favorite fashion decade is the 1970s, to be honest.…

The perfect storm: A rain jacket pattern hack!

I know you're wondering how did I end up doing a pattern hack on a Spring jacket when there's so many patterns out there for this very garment. Well... it was a perfect storm. I had New Look 6585 in my pattern stash for the longest and I could not settle on a fabric that…