Added Oct 10, 2012
Part of my Fall Look Book. This is the blouse that made it all happen!
I was completely taken when I saw this cat print, and even though it was in the quilting section I decided I had to get my hands on it (did I mention it was on sale?)
I opted for a simple silhouette because the print is kind of unique and busy. I used my bodice sloper to create this pattern, I was inspired by the Colette Sencha Blouse and Gertie’s (or Vogue’s) Bow Tie Blouse and created a vintage silhouette that I hope is flattering and versatile!
The focal point of this blouse is definitely the buttons in the back. I like that the buttons add a little color not to mention that it a work out to put it on in the morning!
For more picture and explanations on hoe I made the blouse check out my blog
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