I promise that this is the last 40s style blouse that I’m making for a while, but I just needed to get it out of my system. I’m going to try a different pattern next time, but even if I don’t, I think I’m ready to attend the next rockabilly festival without fear of not having anything to wear. In fact, it’s nice to dress like this for half an hour on Saturdays just to take the pictures for the blog. I almost feel I’m attending a party!
This time the blouse is made with Japanese cotton, and it’s such an easy fabric and I already know this pattern so well, that I could have the blouse done in two days, but I ran out of interfacing (I had everything except for a front facing) and then I had to wait for new snaps from Snapclic.
After checking red, two shades of green, orange and yellow, I finally went for choral (Koen agreed); and when I was installing the snaps on Saturday morning, I remembered this choral lipstick I barely used. It’s not a color I’m very used to, but it feels very summery.
The tiki bobby pins are from a local shop (Shopper Monster), the necklace from Luxulite, and earrings and brooch from Desperate Beatnik.
you wear them so chic, I think you can continue to post your fabulous ’40 blouse, I will not be bored, I promise 😀 ! say hi to Gerry for me!
Gerry says hi back! Thank you for your kind comment. I’m sure I’ll make more of this blouses, but I also want to try a different pattern to see how it goes 🙂
So cute! I love how your bird always appears in your pictures, looking so sweet sitting on your shoulder. 🙂
Thank you, Carolyn! He spends hours perched on my shoulder, and he’s cute whenever he’s not screaming, stealing my pins or breaking something 😉
Another shirt that looks great with Gerry ;o)
Thank you! I’m in love with this shirt, and Gerry appreciates them all. Somehow all colors seem to flatter him.
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