All in Slow Fashion Outfits
Just to be clear, these are not trousers that I wear in case of an emergency, these are trousers that were made on very short notice because I realized I didn’t own any nice-ish slacks and had an imminently starting job.
How can this happen to an almost-thirty year old woman? Well….
These two dresses are made from the same pattern using different fabric types and made about a year and a half apart from each other. I have grown a lot as a sewist since the first dress. Also, I had some fitting issues in the first dress which I tried to solve in the second…
My favorite fall outfit made with slow fashion pieces. Every item is broken down with it’s story, lessons learned, and whether it follows my rules for clothes. The outfit includes hand knit, hand spun, sewn, mended, thrifted, and ready-to-wear items.
I’m going through separation from my husband. This is a making blog, so I won’t dwell on it too much. But what do I do with my handmade dress made by my grandmother and worn by my mother at her wedding? Also, this is a tribute to my amazing grandmother who just turned 100 years old.