Added Nov 7, 2012
For a very hot day in about six weeks time :)
My favourite wide-legged pants (previously made in white, self-drafted pattern) paired with a plain top with ribbon embellishment and bias-binding on the hip and neckline.
The top is based on Pixelink’s kimono top pattern, but because I made it in a woven fabric, I needed to keep the side slits.
The pants are Australian size 14 (European size 42), if there is enough interest, I’ll post the pattern here, just let me know :)
Pants: a lovely silver-grey silk/rayon mix ( a joy to work with) from Potters in West Leederville
Top: Bleached 100% cotton calico
Silver-grey grosgrain ribbon.
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