Everyone has their own personal style, and it’s wonderful to see so many sewists expressing themselves through personalized clothing. Today my thoughts on sewing and style are featured over at SeamstressErin (many thanks, Erin!), and I’ll talk a little more about them here.
For as long as I can remember, I’ve been telling people that “I’m not a girly girl.” I used to think this was a personality flaw, but thankfully I’ve grown to embrace my love of practical, streamlined styles. I don’t paint my nails, I barely wear makeup, and a gathered skirt is almost as rare in my wardrobe as a sweetheart neckline. Jeans and t-shirts forever!
As many of you have been posting your fall/winter style inspiration, I’ve been thinking about my own ideal wardrobe and how I might create it using currently available patterns. So, to join in the fun, I’ve compiled a list of patterns that I’ve had my eye on, most of which are suited for colder weather and women with a more masculine or androgynous style. Let’s dive in!