Fall Florals

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This month over on Pretty Girls Sew (www.prettygirlssew.com) I chose this Cynthia Rowley pattern that I felt was so perfect for transitioning into the Fall season.
septThis dress took me a total of 6 hours to make. It’s not too difficult but I would not recommend it for a beginner.  The instructions were so difficult to follow.  They were all over the place.  The dress however, came out beautifully so I’m pretty happy with the result. Anyhow, sound off below and let me know what you think.
fall-leaves-treeget the lookSunglasses: Marshall’s
Dress Fabric: JoAnn Fabrics
Sam & Libby Booties: Target
Earrings: Thrift Store
Belt: Thrift Store

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DIY Recycled Mother’s Day Peplum Top

Hello Ladies and Gents!

So you may recognize the pattern below. It’s the same pattern that I used for my DIY Mother’s Day OOTD.  If you picked up the pattern you know, that it isn’t a peplum top and pencil skirt separated.  It’s an entire dress.  When I made it originally, I made a slight change to it.  Instead of making it a dress, I wanted to separate it so that I was able to wear this cute peplum top with different bottoms.  I wanted to be able to dress it up or down.  This wouldn’t be Cheap but Chic if I couldn’t make my clothing versatile right?
DSC_0049So I decided to pair my peplum top this time with a pair of polka dot skinny jeans.  I love this top as a separate because no matter what bottoms I wear, I will still look pulled together.  My style is expressed in the this top alone; classy, sophisticated, and feminine.
get the lookWhere I purchased my pattern: JoAnn Fabrics
Fabric Used:
Spring Shimmer Peach Linen
Where to purchase fabric:
JoAnn Fabrics
Jewelry:
Charlotte Russe, Target
Shoes:
Charlotte Russe
DSC_0055edit DSC_0058edit DSC_0063edit DSC_0067editDSC_0070editHave you jumped on the Peplum Top bandwagon this year?  Are you going to?  Will you be making your own?  Please comment below and let me know. I would love to hear from you.  God Bless.
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