I think though I need to find more options for how to style it for now. I've been doing a basic pin curl set and comb out, but that's it. So, I guess it's off to youtube, lol.
One thing that definitely comes with a middy haircut is that it commits you to a more vintage look even in modern clothes. So, it's actually better for your vintage wardrobe. At the same time, you do look more vintage or possibly costumey. Which I'm okay with, lol.
I realize I haven't posted any new sewing for a long time, but I promise I am still sewing and have lots of sewing plans for the new year in store for the blog. Up till Christmas, I was doing a lot of sewing for my kids and others and just didn't feel like posting and didn't have time to post much of it. (If that's something you'd like to see in the future, let me know.) Since Christmas I decided to tackle my mending/repair sewing pile, again nothing postworthy. But I'm hoping that will all change with a big announcement coming on the blog in February.
Skirt-made by me
Blouse-from Cato's years ago
Skirt-navy circle skirt made by me
Burgandy tights-Not sure
Necklace-vintage pearl necklace, wedding gift from my grandma
Earrings-vintage matching pearl earrings, wedding gift from my grandma
Shoes-black round-toe, Tommy Hilfiger pumps (sorry, not pictured)
All in all, I'm excited about what's in store for this year and I hope to jump back in with more sewing posts very soon.
Do you want to see all sewing I do, or just the vintage sewing?