I have already blogged about one of the SewLiberated schoolhouse tunic I have made way back when in the blog. I have added some more (nicer) photos of this make to this post, as a little bonus.
One thing I could not get out of my mind was the gorgeous striped version that sew liberated had photographed it in. I couldn’t find the exact materiel so i settled on a beige-ish grey stripe that was thinner than the photo, in an extremely light seersucker.
So How did it Sew?
Completed: 8th July 2016
The reason why I am now writing about this is because I have worn it so much over the summer and coming up to autumn. It was one of my go to dresses of this year. The seersucker is perfect for this make, its so light and easy to wear. The make is so simple, and i even went for elasticated cuffs to add a bit more structure to it.
I still love the denim rose one and now it is colder I can wear it to my hearts content:
completed: 28th June
I have considered adding rivets and cord to the front to give it a more hippy/boho/gypsy feel. But as not to ruin this one I will probably make another, maybe in an acid wash black denim.
If you haven’t already got this, get it! It will become your casual throw on basic.