DIY, sewing, Thrifting, Wardrobe

Analyzing The Classic Wardrobe One Piece At A Time In 2020

I’ve always wanted my blog to inspire and empower all readers (sewers and non-sewers alike) to dress more stylishly.

In order for this goal to be realized, it’s clear to me that this blog’s content can no longer be limited to just my outfit posts and sewing pattern reviews. To that end, I’ll be shifting the focus a bit, and working to add fresh content type over the course of the year.

I am super excited to announce a new blog series launch 😁. It will be all about deconstructing the classic wardrobe, piece by piece.

Each week, I will publish a blog post featuring a different wardrobe piece. I’ll talk a little bit about the piece’s history, and offer tips on how the piece can be styled and worn by different body shapes.

It’s my hope that the information shared here will enlighten and encourage you to try a new look in 2020.

A Few Other Changes In 2020

Up until this point, the majority of the pieces that I’ve featured on the blog were either made by me or purchased second hand. This won’t be changing in 2020.

Along with my usual DIY and second hand pieces, I’ll also be posting more of the pieces that I’ve purchased from a couple of my favorite local vendors.

Knowing that I need to stretch myself creatively and learn to be more resourceful, I don’t plan on buying myself any more fabric, sewing patterns, purses, shoes, or RTW pieces in 2020.

Final Thoughts

To lay the groundwork for my new blog series, I will soon be posting a guide that will explain the body shapes referenced in future posts.

If there’s anything in particular that you would like to see here on the blog, please let me know by either dropping a line below, or by submitting a message via my contact form.

Thanks so much for dropping by.🤗

Angie H.