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Colours of Autumn Work Wear Capsule

Started by Aussie28, May 06, 2019, 04:13:30 am

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Colours of Autumn Work Wear Capsule

Inspiration piece - Fabric that has been marinating in my stash - includes rust red, orange, black, cream, brown and Camel.

Neutrals Colours - Black and Camel
 
Accent Colours - Rust, Cream, Leopard Print, Brown

Core pieces - Black Pants, Black Top, Camel Pants, Camel Skirt

Accent Pieces - Rust Top, Cream Top, Leopard Print Skirt & Top, Top from Inspiration Fabric

Wild Cards - Ready to Wear Orange Cardigan and Brown Jacket (B5928)

Patterns Used:-

Jacket
Butterick Fast & Easy B5928   - Slinky Snakeskin Brown knit

Pants
Style Arc - Barb's Stretch Pant - Bengaline Fabric - Black & Camel

Skirts
Pattern Emporium - Friday Feels Tube Skirt - Leopard Print - Rayon Spandex
Pattern Emporium - Friday Feels Tube Skirt - Camel - Bengaline Fabric

Tops
Pattern Emporium - Like a Boss Batwing Top - Black Double Brushed Poly
Pattern Emporium - Starstruck Side Tie Top - Rust Jersey
Made for Mermaids - Bree Tank Top - Cream Ponti de Roma
Patterns for Pirates - Brunch Blouse - Inspiration Fabric (unknown type)
Ellie & Mac - Twist it up Top


My thoughts for this Year's SWAP

I decided early in the piece that this year I would create a work wear capsule. My workplace is smart casual and I am most comfortable in stretch type fabrics. I hate being restricted by clothing especially in the arms. I chose the colours of Autumn as that is the season we would be in at the end of SWAP. Our Autumn and winter are very mild and I mostly just add a light layer like a cardi or three quarter sleeve jacket. I have no need for Coats or heavier jumpers and jackets. I also wanted to challenge myself to use mostly fabrics that were already in my stash and at the same time restricting the number of prints used.