Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Take Me Back with LBG Studio

Thank you all so much for your delightful response to our new series:

Take Me Back Tuesday!

We love diving into the details of a look, so let's examine another creation.  This look is by Vanessa of LBG Studio from Season 6 Week 1: The Party Dress pattern remix.


 Everything about this iconic look is SO AMAZING! 

This little gal is wearing 3 pieces.  A woven top, fun shorts, and that adorable cardigan.  Let's break it down:


Woven top pattern: The Maria Blouse pattern would work very nicely here.  It has the button front, and would be very simple to eliminate the collar and those tiny flutter sleeves.  

Woven top fabric: So many fabrics could really shine here, but this adorable cotton lawn from Cotton + Steel would steal the show for sure!  The color scheme is the same, and the comfort level would be through the roof!!!


Woven Shorts pattern: The Seed Pattern has a shorts option, did you know that?  And of course they're adorable!  They would add just the right touch here for sure.

Woven shorts fabric: Chambray is not only the perfect weight fabric for these cute shorts, but would make a very comfortable garment too!  


Cardigan pattern: After Vanessa drafted this cute cardigan, so many people begged her to make it into a pattern that (fortunately for us!!!) she obliged!  You can get the Aster Cardigan pattern here in the shop.  

Cardigan fabric: This mustard jersey fabric would be perfect weight for fall layering.  And the pop of color makes this outfit really shine!

Alright, here it is all together:



Location & Photography: Vanessa took these photos on a blank white background and it's the perfect choice for letting this outfit pop.  The striped tights are such a fun addition to this look, don't you think?

What else did you notice about this look?

See what the other designers created for the Party Dress Remix theme here.
More details on Vanessa's site here.

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