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My skirt "Chanel"

Added Mar 14, 2019

by Stacyco

Moscow, Russian ...

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Hello, needlewomen!

My recent mass-market shopping trip showed that fashion is cyclical. Tweed and fringe again in trend! In the Zara store, I saw a dress in the same style as the Chanel Spring/Summer 2011 collection, which I was inspired to sew an A-line skirt. I sewed this skirt in the fall of 2018. I made the pattern myself, on the basis of a pencil skirt. The simulation turned out to be simple. You can see for yourself by watching my tutorial.

For sewing, I used the rest of the fabric from the last project “Sleeveless coat”. This is a dense wool fabric with print “houndstooth”. I love geometric prints, besides this ornament is considered an ageless classic. At one time he was brought into fashion by Edward VIII. The Duke of Windsor, along with his wife Wallis Simpson, often appeared at social events and parties in suits from fabric “houndstooth”.

Continuing the tradition, this print was chosen by Princess Diana, and now Kate Middleton wears it with pleasure. Fashion designers are also not lagging behind. This season, the “houndstooth” on the podium was shown by Louis Vuitton, Miu Miu, Ralph&Russo, Balenciaga and White-off. Therefore, I can safely recommend this ornament to everyone who doubts their choice!

Since the fabric was a little, my skirt turned out above the knee. To lengthen it a bit, I added a fringe of the same material. I decorated two small pockets by similar decorative trim. The result was a stylish, comfortable thing for every day!

These photos were taken by my sister during the golden autumn. Then the bright sun shone, and the whole earth was covered with a carpet of golden leaves. For a walk, I chose an image in the style of the 80s, the main accent of which was the new “Chanel” skirt.

I think that spring mood will prompt me new ideas in creating bright and original outfits with this skirt.

More photos of this project you can see on my blog www.stacyco.com. Link to post and article in Credits. Thank you all for your attention and see you soon!

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Material Notes

Wool, viscose

Difficulty

Novice

Categories

For
Women
Garment Type
Skirt

Credits

How to sew A-line Chanel skirt
Houndstooth print
Autumn in the style of the 80s
Sleeveless coat

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    Mar 15, 2019, 12.26 PMby SurMesure

    Such a classic skirt and fabric! Well done!

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      Mar 15, 2019, 01.39 PMby Stacyco

      SurMesure, thank you very much! ))

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