I’m here with a special invite that I hope you’re as excited about as I am….
I’ve been working with my friend Julianne Bramson of Bias Cut Blueprints, and she showed me basic bias tunic designs from 30’s fashion! I love it and we were able to make it a little more current and wearable.
Let’s take a look back at what 30’s fashion was all about … to shop, run errands, attend a tea, or see a matinee, a woman would need a day dress. Often referred to as “city,” “metropolitan,” or “town tailored,” these dresses were usually silk or rayon crepe, not cotton. They stuck with the standard silhouette and classic ’30s features: puff sleeves, belted waists, and large yokes and collars.
Taking this for inspiration – let’s create something beautiful!
It can be a tunic, a dress, a coverup – whatever you want it to be! We are sharing this with YOU on an upcoming live webinar. Join us Tuesday, September 7 at 11:00 am MT.
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