Summer is well underway and I find myself lacking an essential summer wardrobe dress staple; the French Striped Dress. No one can deny that the French have some serious style and some of their pieces seem to never really go out of style. This French-inspired dress is one of them. When I came up with it, I was thinking of something that a 1960s Brigitte Bardot would have worn. So, to remedy the deficiency in my wardrobe, I’m going to make myself a comfortable French Striped Dress to have to wear in the months (and years) ahead. This tutorial will have instructions on how to first make the pattern, and then make the dress from scratch. Read on for my full tutorial!
I like wearing it open without the self-tie belt as well.
It’s cold where I live, and I want to make something cozy that I can layer on to help keep the chill off. I also want it to be versatile enough where I can wear it out or wear it in while cuddling on the couch. So, today, we will be making a hooded wrap long sleeved shirt with a self-tie belt at the waist. Of course, there will be pockets, so no worries there. Here we go!
Winter is coming, and I’m going to make a nice pair of comfortable sweatpants for my husband to lounge around the house in. These pants will have an elastic waistband, drawstring, inseam pockets, and cargo style patch pockets. We’re looking for handy and comfort here. So, without further ado, read on for my Comfy Sweatpants Tutorial!