I am so amazed at the patterns for this Summer. I have looked through the new looks and found that there are several must haves for my stash. I've even got is figured out what fabrics I want to make my Summer picks with or at least think I want for them because I always buy a fabric for a specific pattern, but once I see the two together I change things around until it all makes sense.
Taking a quick look.
V1541- I love the look of this top. It's nicely tailored with an interesting front peplum.
The skirt has some surprising details, too. I think this ensemble would be a definate must for today's fashion forward ladies. The fabric choices are a plus in my book because "DENIM" is on the list.
Yellow, that's one of my favorite colors and V1445 sets the stage with some serious detail work.
Very pretty shaped hemline.
Here, you can see a slight V opening leading to a raised neckline. No side seams, but this pattern uses edgestitching for detail. Perfect for the modest conscious.
An exposed zipper gives the back a lot of detail. This was a must have fall in love moment for me. Great every day, work, or date night dress. Fabric suggestions are Crepe, Stretch Faille, and Double Knit.
Vogue 1448 Is on my list because of it's softness and it has pockets. This dress looks like it was created with soft fabrics in mind. I love how the pattern envelope dress depicts this pattern. It really shows the designer's intentions for the dress. Hopefully, I will get around to putting this one in my closet, but there's still more to view before I put this one on the top of my "ta do" list.
While the dress body is made from a Sateen, Crepe, or Lightweight Twill, the neck collar is made with a knit. I can see many ways to put this lovely together and it goes at the top of must have ta do.
I have mixed feelings about my next pattern. I haven't really figured out what draws me to this pattern, but I have to mention it.
Vogue 1454- I don't know if I am drawn to this or repelled, but this one is very interesting to me for some reason.
The overall look is very modern and "Hip". I like the model in the black and white. It's saying something to me, but I can't quit put my hands on it.
The details are in the skirt about mid thigh and the back of the blouse in the back. This is an interesting pattern for me and most likely would be a challenge sense I'm not sure of my love/ hate relationship with it. However, I seeks a challenge. What about you?
My "Sleeper" pattern is Vogue 9108 by Marcy Tilton.
The center mesh piece on the bodice is so kool. It has pockets and it's made with jersey fabric. I absolutely am looking at this one in solids or some type of matching prints. I think this one is a little busy, but the line drawings are what kept me interested.
Crepe de Chine, Lightweight Jersey, Lightweight Broadcloth, the heat can be cooled down and I actually prefer the Crepe de Chine for evening and Jersey for a day look. Which ever fabric design that you decide to come up with for this one is totally up to you, but play with it and have fun. I'm thinking a Chiffon will make it stand out for a romantic beach wear look ie,,cover-up.
Wow, that was a brain full, but that's all I have for the Vogue Summer 2015 line of patterns. I haven't delved into them as of yet, but I have high hopes and lots of vision for a few of them.
Thank you for joining me today and I look forward to our next post. Until then,
Lot of Love\