Added Aug 28, 2013
What fun this was – I had actually planned this outfit, which isn’t so easy… I was never sure whether these pieces would end up working out together or not. I think they do, but I’m also sure I will wear them in other combinations, too.
The hat is a childrens hat (made just a tad bigger) from BurdaStyle 07/2010, the pants are from Burda too, and you’ll find the Link on the right. I was curious whether I could get those rather pajama-esque looking pants to be a bit more cool and added satin bias tape to pockets and hems. I also lined them, because the viscose I chose for them was so light and a bit see-through (more information on that is on my blog). The top is from Drape Drape 3 (two-piece v-neck blouse), and the shoes are made by me too! More information on those also to be found on my blog.
Whew! Now off to making fall-outfits!
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