Slightly Marni inspired look


As you might have assumed right I was sewing yesterday… Those who follow me on Instagram are mostly able to gather that from my pictures, as I often post the fabric and some special ingredients to get a little idea of what will arise…

So here you are my “blue-almost-black” pure blouse (you will get more details in a few days when I will have completed the whole look) and my quickly accomplished sweater of this morning with chain embellishment (Though I am a bit angry about it. I already lost at least 10 pearls although I squeezed every single one to be sure I would not…I see myself gluing the whole pearls again 🙁 …)

On Pinterest I created a board called Marni looks. One of them was my inspiration for this sweater and my look of today – please have a look here.
I am already sure that this sweater will be a very preferred garment for this winter. It is very versatile and I am sure it will match all my recently sewed blouses to complete them when it is too cold to wear them only.

The pattern for the sweater ideally is to sew a sixties jacket. I changed it so that the – again too little – fabric (by Anita Pavani) was sufficient for it… If you are curious how the jacket normally would look like please click here to get a glance into the new Burda vintage magazine “The sixties” – a great sample!

Trousers by Marc Cain (I found them on Best Secret short time ago. They were so cheap I wouldn’t even have got the fabric for sewing them myself for that little money. I revised them a little bit and now they’re perfect for my Marni look 🙂

Boots: Alberto ZagoIMG_0660 IMG_0659 IMG_0669 IMG_0668IMG_0667