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    Caged Bralette D.I.Y & Palazzo Pant (T.B.T)

    Hi everyone! So this is kind of a throwback post because if you look below those 2 picture collages are from 3 years ago when I graduated from college! I made these pants and wore them to my graduation dinner! They actually are probably one of the first pair of pants I ever made. I remember having to take them to the cleaners to get hemmed after I made them because I really didn’t know how to hem rayon at the time! I’ve come a long way in this sewing world but I still have so much further to go!!

    Also, if you haven’t been able to tell already, I keep things I like/love for a very long time. Especially if I’ve made them. I know you may be thinking to yourself like “why are you still wearing pants you had from 3 years ago??” The answer is because I can still fit them, I still like them, and because I simply want to! This is not to say I never throw away something I’ve made because sadly I throw away a lot of projects that don’t turn out how I envision  them, and of course some things do get to small. However, often times I wear things I’ve made once or twice, put them away for a long time, then randomly wear them again when I want to. lol

    Anyway I recently brought these pants back out and paired them with the caged bralette I made, while in college as well. Honestly, college is where I was really inspired to start making clothes. I wanted to go out every other night in college but, I didn’t have money for new outfits all the time, so I started making things! lol This caged bra was actually my first blog post ever, and it’s made out of a regular black bra. If you are interested in making your own you can see the post with instructions, here on the blog!

    I still use this fabric as a headwrap! 🙂
    Out partying in college I wore the caged bralette with this super mini skirt. However, I think pairing it with pants definitely tones it down! lol

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    Another Thrifted Set!!

    Honestly, the vintage sets just find me! lol This set and the floral one (previous post) are my favorites right now. Obviously I love prints and patterns so this set was right up my alley. It’s actually is a size large, but the waist is stretchy so I was able to easily take it in a little and it fit perfectly. I left the shirt as is because I like it over-sized. This set is made out of rayon so its really lightweight, comfortable, and flowy. I think I paid $10-$12 for this set and my shoes are from Public Desire. I like these shoes and love a platform, but even with the platform this heel is very high, and since they only have 2 straps for support you have to be careful walking in them. These are more like a sit down and look cute shoes. lol

    This necklace is one of the first pieces of jewelry I ever made! I remember yeeears ago, taking a jewelry making class at Joanns Fabric, everyone else was making regular boring necklaces and I was making this big tribal-like necklace. lol The teacher kept asking me if I was sure I wanted my necklace like this. I assured her it was exactly what I wanted. lol Although I rarely wear this necklace I still love it and have been randomly making jewelry every since that one class at Joanns! lol

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