Added Feb 27, 2014
London, United K...
Used some beautiful jacquard fabric for the pants and sleeves to have a co-ordinated separates. For the body of the retro top I used a flowy wool crepe fabric and I decided to extend the sleeves to full length. Also decided to add a visible zip given there was limited stretch in the
Decided to use a few techniques such as balanced darts on the top to ensue they lay nicely on the chest.
Jacquard for the baroque pants and retro top sleeves.
For the body of the top I used black light black wool crepe.
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