I've been thinking about a sewing plan.It's made me think of hole in my wardrobe. There is a chance I won't accomplish all of them. My sewing goal is to start using nicer fabrics and do more details. A big gap in my wardrobe is tops. I have so many cute skirts but pairing them is hard. In the shops, it's hard to find a blouse that isn't a tee or one that makes you look like a secretary. I can imagine the first one in a blue or emerald. The second set is really pretty it could look a bit mature on me. The last group is so youthful. I think the halter would be great in a tiny floral or graphic print. I tend to favor sleeveless items because they go from season to season easily. You can pair them with sweaters in the colder months without weird sleeve bulge. McCall's 2206. I picked this up at the thrift store. Of course, I love the sleeveless view. I think it would look wonderful in a nice mustard or bold purple. And the long sleeve in a cool black and white print would look perfectly mod.Another Joan Holloway dress. My last Joan dress wasn't a failure but I haven't worn it out. I think this time I will use a modern pattern and use vintage details like hand picked zippers. The Jenny Lewis romper. I already have the fabric. Well I've had it for three years and I may have enough left to make a cute matching skirt. The print isn't exactly the same but it's a brown floral and that's close enough for me.
What holes are there in your wardrobe?