How nice that it’s warm enough again for such photos. For ages I wanted to sew another skirt after the Pencil Skirt pattern. Yesterday it was finally sew and right away it jumped in front of the camera.

The red faux leather here has been in my fabric stash for at least 3 years and just waited for its use. I find it perfect for the skirt, sexy but very comfortable. The inside feels totally soft. Thanks to the fact that the side parts of the skirt are cut in the diagonal grainline, the skirt gets some elasticity and therefore also fits with every movement.

So a round of dancing was completely in it and if I should go to a party again, then the outfit is definitely at the top of my list here. I’ve sewn the crop top for it last summer and ended up to never put it on because it suddenly became autumn. Now all the better that it can finally be used 😀

For me this is a typical ‘festival outfit’, well okay, maybe I wouldn’t be walking around with these shoes on… But the styling had to be made to fit. So I did my favourite hairstyle again, I like the two slightly messy buns totally <3

My summer body isn’t quite in shape yet, even though I’m always told that a bikini body is formed in winter. So today the summer outfit had to be photographed in the ‘winter’ too. Because despite the warm temperatures it is actually still February. How’s it about you, do you already sew for spring/summer or are you still trapped in the snow and like it rather cuddly warm? Mama has already slightly twisted her eyes (yes I’ve seen it!) from my many naked skin in winter. But honestly, it wasn’t really cold!
The Pencil Skirt is now available over the weekend for half the price as #Patternoftheweek – so you can get it until Monday evening for just over 1$ 😉

Love, Carina
:-*

Sewing pattern skirt: Pencil Skirt by Sewera
Sewing pattern Shirt: Simply Raglan Shirt by Sewera – shortened
Photos: by Mama
To be seen at: SewLala, DufürDichamDonnerstag

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