When it comes to summer dressing, looking good and keeping cool need not be mutually exclusive.
When it's hot as Hades outside, and stripping down to shorts, tank tops, or bathing suits is not an option, we have the perfect solution!
We are loving this new line of wovens from Warp & Weft, designed by Alexia Marcelle Abegg of Ruby Star Society.
The beautiful collection of fabrics is soft, drapey, and made to mix and match effortlessly to create a gorgeous summer wardrobe:
Sew Liberated's Matcha Top. This easy-to-sew, elbow-length top with beautifully angled sleeves hits at the hip. It's flowy, swingy, and won't cling to your body, making it perfect for covering up in the sun, or cooler evenings.
Sew Liberated's Gypsum Skirt. This crazy comfortable skirt is the perfect antidote to the dog days of summer. We love the pockets and forgiving waistband!
Sew Liberated's Arenite Pants. If you must wear pants in summer, nothing beats slouchy pants. Like the Gypsum skirt, we love these pant's easy-breezy waistband, deep pockets, and dress them up/dress them down flexibility.
Friday Pattern Co.'s The Wilder Gown. Loose, flowy, and romantic. This tiered dress features raglan sleeves and ties up at the neck and can be sewn several ways -- as a top or dress, long or short-sleeved, with one skirt tier or two!
Forget expensive capsule collections made by someone else! With mix and match fabric and patterns, you've got summer dressing nailed!