Added Mar 6, 2014
These ridiculously bright floral pants are the same pattern as my Miss Fisher’s Trousers http://www.burdastyle.com/projects/miss-fishers-trousers the 1930s Salon Trousers pattern from Decades of Style. Instead of buttoning at the side, it ties in front and back with the front ties hidden under the waist yoke. They’re loose and comfortable, but also cut to be fitted at the waist and hips so they look stylish rather than sloppy. The fabric was a little stiff at first, but after washing it’s softened up and now is really cozy.
1.5 metres cotton
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