Seamwork
 

Seamwork Style

Mix and match patterns for a unique me-made wardrobe.

Seamwork patterns are a great way to build and add variety to your wardrobe. Each pattern takes no more than 3 hours from cutting to finishing. Mix and match the ever-evolving list of Seamwork patterns for an easy and customizable wardrobe of clothes you love.

This month, we styled the York and Brooklyn three different ways. York and Brooklyn are wardrobe workhorses and can be easily mix and matched with classic wardrobe staples like a great pair of jeans or a crisp button up. These two pattern also work wonderfully together. Style this pair with other Seamwork and Colette patterns to create a look for every occasion of the season.

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Look One

Let the classic simplicity of York and Brooklyn shine by pairing this duo with a simple clutch like the Valencia. Try creating your own custom print using this tutorial.

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Look Two

Keep warm by layering a Lady Grey coat over a wool Brooklyn skirt. The shapely lines of Lady Grey compliment Brooklyn’s full hem. Top the look off with a beanie in your favorite color for a feminine vintage inspired look.

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Look Three

Wembley’s cropped style is perfect for pairing with full skirts like Brooklyn. Try making Wembley in a neutral color, perfect for pairing with jeans and skirts alike.

Model Ching Ching Wong appears courtesy of NW Dance Project.

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Use the techniques and ideas featured in each month’s issue to create these and other quick & lovely projects.

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