There are some garments in my wardrobe that are in heavy rotation and this peplum top is one of them. It just looks good with everything. I particularly like it with a cropped jacket or cardigan with the peplum peeking out the bottom.
Pattern: Simplicity 1699
Fabric used: Ponte Di Roma in ivory ( I'm a little disappointed that it has pilled so quickly)
Instructions: So simple!! Especially with no sleeve to set in... raglan sleeve for the win!
Changes I made: I didn't make any changes to the pattern but I did omit the collar. It wasn't my thing....
Oh!... and of course I used an invisible zip instead of a lapped...
Repeat worthy? Yes. I really want to make the longer sleeve version for winter!
|Top: self made Pants:Target Jacket:thrifted Shoes: Franco Sarto|
This was such a quick and easy make and I really love that the peplum isn't too overwhelmingly poofy... it has just the right amount of flounce...
Very cute and versatile!ReplyDelete
Another thing that seems to be drafted just for you! And you wouldn’t think it’s selfmade, too. Perfect in every way! :)ReplyDelete
Looks great and sounds like a quick, satisfying make!ReplyDelete
Quick and satisfying projects are always nice to have once in a while!Delete
That's a perfect go-to top!ReplyDelete
Love your style, Margo :-)ReplyDelete
Thank you Tasha! Back at ya!Delete
What a great staple top! It looks like it would be comfy and super easy to dress up and down. I love how you styled it here - you are such a classy babe!ReplyDelete
Classy and babe in one sentence !!? Wahoo! That made my day Heather!! Thanks chicky.Delete
That's lovely! so chic and elegant, As are all the things you make. I love your whole outfit!ReplyDelete
Thank you Carolyn!Delete
Perfect piece - flattering and versatile.ReplyDelete
The versatility of this piece is what will have me make it again and again! Thanks Gail.Delete
Fantastic looking ensemble!ReplyDelete
Lovely fit and drape. Did you size down since you were using a ponte knit?ReplyDelete