Here are the new Vogue patterns for winter.
And here are my thoughts.
This seems to be the featured pattern. It’s on the main page of the Vogue site. I like it. A lot. Like Madonna from Lucky Star grew up and was attending a cocktail party.
See the layers! I’m not sure where I would wear this but I can see my lace-obsessed self stitching this up.
I love this chic Pilgrim look. Maybe it’s because I love dressing for this season most of all. This has been discussed elsewhere on the interwebs.
Can someone explain this to me? Seriously?! Large ladies, like myself, cannot wear this. And my thin friends, would you? What demographic is looking for sacks in their wardrobe?
I’m mixed on this one. I love a cape. Maybe I prefer the shorter version.
So impractical for the weather here. But who cares about practicality! I could be a superhero, Chic Girl.
I love this! It’s so modern but classic. Can’t you see this in black? You’d never have to take it off! You could wear it to everything! Work, parties, funerals, curling…(only so you didn’t actually have to curl).
It only gets better! I would stitch these wide-legged dress pants up for a wedding. Or trip to Costco. I had something similar sewn up for me years ago. They were forest green because it was the ’90’s and I wore them to every social event for years.
The technical drawing. Sigh.
And now in black. Come on! For me, this is perfection. Of course, I’m 5’8″ so wide-legs work on me. And the high waist would be so flattering.That being said, I could see my petite friends running in fear from this pattern.
And my favourite. I gasped when I first saw this pattern. I want to sew this now!
Where would I wear this? Is this a Field of Dreams dress? If I build it, will they come?
What do you think? Any standouts? Would you wear the sack outfit?
What I’m listening to: Normal Person by Arcade Fire