Trousers you say?! Yes, I chose trousers over all those gorgeous Fever dresses. I was curious and just couldn't get the print out of my head. Based on a tile design these trousers look great for daytime or evening. I wore them with heels and flats, a plain t-shirt and they look best with red nails and lips.
With the weather cooling these trousers feel like a much better option to getting those jeans and tights on just yet.
Love Lemon x
Thank you to Fever for these trousers. Please note as always the thoughts above are my own.
I really love this idea of styling a corner of your home for the season that was introduced by Katy from Apartment Apothecary and Charlotte from Lotts and Lots. This is a sideboard in my kitchen that I like to re organise with the seasons and sometimes when I just fancy a change.
I decided on some darker colours for September with the deep green runner, purple flowers and newly acquired dark blue vintage coffee pot. I often collect a lot more bits on here but its a new chapter for us and a school start for our little boy and it felt like we needed to clear some bits and make space.
Please share your #stylingtheseasons below, I would love to see them.
I completed my 2nd dressmaking course at The Felixstowe Sewing School and chose a vintage inspired dress pattern which was a little more complicated than my first simple shift dress including a gathered skirt, pockets and a lined bodice. I was looking forward to making something different but also excited about trying the pattern by independent pattern designer Christine Haynes. After looking at so many gorgeous patterns I chose the Emery dress.
I absolutely love this dress. I made some alterations to the bodice and decided on a combination of short sleeves and a collar and I just love that it has pockets. I am thrilled with the Liberty fabric and contrasting red collar. I have worn it so much. I really do need to make another. A great dress to wear with tights and a cardigan in the winter too.
What do you think?
Please excuse my poor modelling skills!
I would love to hear about your dressmaking if you want to add a link below.
I hope you all had a great summer, it’s been especially nice
to see some September sun here too. My 4 year old has now started school and we
are all settling into the new routine. It has been a busy summer visiting
friends and family and generally keeping my boys entertained, thank god for the
beach at the end of the road! This has meant the blog posts have been a little
lacking lately. I have missed blogging but it has been nice to just focus on my
family and enjoying some time with the boys.
Here are a few photos from our summer:
I think the highlights for me were an amazing trip to
Ireland to see friends and their new baby girl, some great days at the beach with
the boys and their cousins, a visit from our friends from Manchester, a beer
festival with my brothers and a girly weekend with my friends to Cambridge.