It is the last day of May 2015 which means that this year's #mmmay challenge is drawing to a close, but I still have a few documentation photos left to post...
I'm sorry for the awful photograph! You can tell I'm getting lazy at the documentation as the month draws to a close, but at least I have given my Me-Mades the love they deserve, which is really what this challenge is all about. This was just worn for a trip into town with my mum, where I picked up some fabric for a By Hand London Holly Jumpsuit...more on that tomorrow ;)
Day 27: Sewaholic Belcarra
Yes, I'm wearing my Belcarra blouse again! Sorry not sorry. It's so easy to just throw on with jeans but still feel nice in. Inspired by the beautiful Klara from The Robot That Had a Heart, I also bought a denim jacket this week...thoughts? I wasn't sure of how to style it at first, but the look is definitely growing on me. This outfit was worn out to Shrewsbury for a great day out shopping with my mum and a family friend.
Day 28: Sewaholic Belcarra and Self Drafted Skirt
I really love this skirt; even though it was one of my earliest makes, it does still get worn. Nothing new to say on the Belcarra, these blouses are becoming my wardrobe staples. I wore this outfit to see a friend and go into town.
Day 29: Sewaholic Belcarra
...ok, nothing new to say here, I'll admit. I wore this to go out and pick up some paint for brightening up our garden ornaments with my dad, then to go food shopping with him as well.
Day 30: Lisette 1419
I call this my Mustard Sunflowers dress...the skirt is unbelievably gathered, I think there's about two metres of fabric tied up in there. Obviously it is FANTASTICALLY swing-y, which is great. I spent all this day sewing on my lovely new digital machine...more on that soon so stay posted!
An outfit which is quickly becoming a favourite of mine, I always feel great and well turned out in this. Today was spent sewing, cooking a bean chilli and spending time with my boyfriend.
Wooooop! Challenge complete!
Have you enjoyed Me-Made-May? Did you manage to complete your pledge? It's lovely seeing handmade garments getting all this attention, isn't it?
I'll be back soon with some concluding thoughts on this year's challenge. Until then, thank you so much for reading, and have a brilliant week.