I've been on a road trip down the west coast of the US, from Seattle to LA. My boyfriend went on tour with a band and I joined for the last week. It was cool getting to see the amazing landscapes of the coast and mountains, but I got hardly any time to spend in the cities! It was pretty hard sitting in a car all day without the reward of getting to explore some of America's most iconic cities.
Anyway, I had done some sewing in advance of the vacation in the hopes that I could get some great pics! They didn't turn out exactly as I had hoped but that's life, no?
While in Portland, I wore this gorgeous new silk skirt that I made!
I wish I had gotten to see more of Portland! We basically hung around the neighbourhood where the show was, which was pretty rough. We did get dinner at some delicious food trucks, though. Yum!
This skirt though, amiright? I've wanted a striped skirt for ages so when I saw this fabric on emmaonesock.com I knew I had to have it. It was quite sheer so I underlined it with white bemberg which also gave it a little extra body and movement. Because nothing says road trip like a very fancy skirt.
Wheeeeeeeeee! So float-y. I just wish I had been able to get photos in a nicer location!
Oh, also pockets! I used the same pattern as this skirt (tutorial here). Only this time, I had the inverted box pleats open up right at the waistband, whereas with previous versions I had stitched them down for a couple of inches from the top.
Found my light. And my cheekbones. Thanks Tyra! If only it was the golden hour all the time.