Hello! I’m going to sew clothes suitable for a (not completely formal) business woman in 1968-1969. Problem is, I’m a few decades too young to have lived through that. Of course I have been looking at photos and old patterns and trying to put my mind to it, but I’d very much appreciate your thoughts on the matter, born in the “right time” or not… :)
What do you think, would that work for the era? If not, what are your suggestions on a suitable silhuette? Thank you!
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Thanks! That makes sense, I didn’t think about using tissue paper, I’ll have to try that.
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