If you want to read about my wardrobe architect experience, you can read about my first time going through the wardrobe architect series and my wardrobe architect experience after one year.
TOPS – I’m planning on expanding my tried and true top patterns so I use more than two
floral Cheyenne Tunic – Cheyenne tunic (affiliate link)
“treat yo’self” tee – ready to wear, bleached by my sister
light blue striped vneck – ready to wear
coral tee – ready to wear
loose striped tee – Union St Tee pattern (affilliate link)
flamingo tee – Union St Tee pattern (affilliate link)
blue striped vneck – Union St Tee pattern (affilliate link)
gray vneck – ready to wear (currently being replaced by a handmade version)
pink floral vneck – Union St Tee pattern (affilliate link)
white vneck – Union St Tee pattern (affilliate link)
yellow skinny jeans – ready to wear
white linen shorts – ready to wear and altered
cuffed shorts – cuffed shorts tutorial
bootcut dark jeans – ready to wear and altered
denim joggers – Hudson Pants pattern
dark skinny jeans – ready to wear
black leggings (not pictured) – ready to wear
triangle pencil skirt – Pleated Pencil Skirt Pattern
coral floral pencil skirt – Pleated Pencil Skirt Pattern
gray pencil skirt – Pleated Pencil Skirt Pattern
yellow knit pencil skirt – self drafted pattern
striped and floral dress – the Staple Dress pattern
turquoise maxi dress – the Out and About Dress pattern (Here are lots of free maxi dress patterns that can inspire you to sew a maxi dress!)
bodycon dress – ready to wear
baseball henley dress – the Alcoy Dress pattern
periwinkle dress – the Laundry Day Tee (UNBLOGGED)
Learn How to Sew Your Own Clothes
- If you want to learn how to sew your own clothing you need to start somewhere. These are the Things I Wish I Could Tell Myself Before I Started Sewing. They will help any beginner who wants to learn how to sew.
- Then you can read some Tips to Start Sewing Clothing.
- Once you start you’ll get better at using a sewing machine, but you’ll make clothing that you might not wear or love. I made every mistake and this is How to Sew Clothing You’ll Love. (Avoid my mistakes!)
- As you get better and better you’ll need to learn How to Choose Fabric for Sewing Clothes and the Best Fabrics for Sewing Clothing. I recommend fabrics that I love, but you’ll find the fabric you love the best.
- You can use paper patterns which are great to buy on sale or you can use PDF patterns which are great for instant gratification. There are lots of Different Ways to Assemble PDF Patterns so you need to find what works for you.
- Lastly, when you are sewing your own clothing and you are drawn to lots of different printed fabric, you need to learn How to Make a Versatile Handmade Wardrobe + Free Printable so that all the items in your wardrobe can coordinate with another item of clothing and be worn!