This week, I am going to share with you one of my favorite trends for spring and I am not talking about leopard that top,
it’s the GINGHAM plaid.
So if you know how to sew,
If you don’t know how to sew, grab a friend that does, a good movie or Friends reruns (thank you Netflix), and make it work!
Pencil skirts can be easy to whip up, once you know what you are doing, and take up very little fabric.
What I love most about the fabric from IKEA, is that it has more weight than your traditional gingham and makes the perfect skirt…
and if you want to be a little conservative, you can buy the smaller print in their fabric section.
Okay… that shirt, I LOVE.
Life’s to short for that and I’ve got babies to feed.
So while I was shopping for diaper rash cream and a zipper for my next fashion obsession,
I also picked up the softest rayon button up under $15 at Walmart.
They have them in other colors but leopard is a neutral in my book and, of course, my favorite color.
So go bold with scissors in one hand and thread in the other,
get daring with 2 or three favorite prints,
and make it work!
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