ICYMI, the 70’s look is huge this spring. Whether you’re wearing the decade’s looks for the first time or revisiting the fashions of your youth, come hop on the ’70s love train with us. Let’s take a then-and-now look at seventies sewing patterns:
Wear-to-work dresses: Simple lines and a close fit.
Pants and jumpsuits: The wider the leg the better.
Tops: Clingy is best. Bows are big.
Skirts: Wraps are always right.
Will you be adding a little ’70s influence to your spring and summer sewing? I have a pair of culottes all cut out and ready to be sewn. What’s up next on your sewing table?
Question: Are you able to successfully pin images from this blog? Do you end up getting a jpg image that doesn’t link back to the post? Or do you get seemingly dozens of images and have to search high and low for the one you want to pin? Can you please test it and let me know in the comments a) if you were successful or not; and b) what browser you use. Thanks!
Is art-teacher chic your style? I just got back from a long weekend in Woodstock, NY, where this kind of dressing is de rigueur for women of all ages. Tell us more about your look by leaving a comment here. Thanks!