The skirt party was such a blast. The mix of women was outstanding and Lisa did such a great job. She really knows how to encourage you to step outside of your comfort zone and try something new. I ordered a pencil skirt (crazy, I know) but she talked me into it and by saying it is a perfect shape to figure flatter. She talked me into a shirt…no idea how that’ll look, but I love the shimmery fabric we chose and it matches my Fatbaby boots perfectly. I also have the A line skirt on order with some cute trim that she’s going to chose for me. Here is a photo of the fabric for the a line skirt.
Even little Aida ordered a skirt. I also really want the jacket I showed you last post. So, I’ll be owing her a million dollars once this is all said and done, but I can’t wait to see the finished projects.
I loved that Lisa wasn’t pushy at all, in fact she asked me to tell the gals who didn’t order anything not to feel bad. So VERY cute of her. I can’t wait to hear how she’s going to roll this all out. We had such a nice chat about tailored clothes, sewing as a community connection and multi-generational relationships. I really like this woman. I forsee a spring/summer skirt party when we bring out the dresses!!!!! Here is her Pintrest board with tons of amazing fabrics and patterns. I couldn’t see Aida’s skirt fabric or my shirt fabric. Will post photos when she has them.