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By Burdastyle August 1, 2019 No comments
"Another layering look" from two shirts patched together. Cuff ribbing on the sleeves is a fun detail and is just one way to personalize the look. Add your own playful touches without limit.
"The basic midi skirt" with XL patch pockets is an easy style even for beginning sewists. Sew it in a thin denim fabric for a sportier style.
Sure to be a closet favorite: The destroyed denim look makes "these shortall bibs" a must-have. Pockets in back are a classic denim jeans feature.
"This layered look" is so cool. Two separate shirts sewn together is the secret behind this look. If your shirts don't have a graphic, you can add your own with iron-on transfer paper.
Wear "this style" as a jacket or as a waistcoat. The look features the definitive collar, welt pockets and sleeves finished with a ribbed cuff. You can make it your own with a finished patch motif, if you wish.
"These track trousers" are so relaxed, and special too, with the stitched crease and ribbed cuffs at the hem. An elastic waist makes them extra cozy.
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