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Seamwork Style


Explore your personal style with the Quince day robe.

Seamwork Style


Over the years, I have noticed that sewing helps us to unlock new layers of our personal style. Having more control over the silhouettes, colors, textures, and prints we dress ourselves in, brings us in touch with our style and the way we present ourselves to the world. To me, personal style is the way we introduce ourselves without words; it is a visual language that only becomes richer when you have control over your medium.

With Seamwork Style, we want to inspire you to see the creative potential behind each pattern, because your me-mades should work for your life and your style.

When we were working on the Quince day robe design, we wanted to create an effortless layering piece that could be sewn in a sumptuous silk for an elegant effect, a slubby linen for a casual look, or even something super cozy to wear around the house. In this edition of Seamwork Style, I’ll be sharing how you can style Qunice for three different occasions from lounge to date night.

Cozy Loungewear

Just because Quince looks great layered over jeans or a dress doesn’t mean you can’t wear it around the house for an extra dose of glamour—even if you are just wearing leggings and a henley!

Simple Daytime

Have you ever thrown on a pair of jeans and a top and just felt like your outfit was missing something? Quince is the perfect outer layer that will help to pull a look together. Even paired with a simple camisole and jeans, Quince instantly elevates a look.


Quince, Savannah, Tessa, Booties

Chic Date Night

Quince can also help you add a layer to a date-night look. We love the way this metallic linen complements the Sky jumpsuit with its high-contrast texture and monochromatic palette.


Quince, Sky, Earrings, Heels

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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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