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one month to go – The Self-Made Wardrobe Week 48

The Self-Made Wardrobe is a project where I only wear garments I’ve made.
It’s a year long experiment in getting dressed without clothing labels –
it’s a year about noticing patterns, trying things, and observing what happens.


Day-330

Day 330 – Friday, June 26th
archer button up shirt // black tank top // black maxi skirt
robot necklace // bracelets // rings // flip flops

Day-331

Day 331 – Saturday, June 27th
archer button up shirt // black tank top // jeans
necklace // bracelets // rings // flip flops

Day-332

Day 332 – Sunday, June 28th
easiest vest ever // black tank top // black maxi skirt
robot clock necklace // rings // flip flops

Day-333

Day 333 – Monday, June 29th
archer button up shirt // black tank top // black maxi skirt
pocket watch necklace // various rings // flip flops

Day-334

Day 334 – Tuesday, June 30th
blue kimono // black tank top // grey maxi skirt
princess necklace // rings // flip flops

Day-335

Day 335 – Wednesday, July 1st
2nd archer button up // black tank top // black maxi skirt
robot clock necklace // various rings // flip flops

Day-336

Day 336 – Thursday, July 2nd
archer button up shirt // black tank top // grey maxi skirt
robot necklace // bracelets // various rings // flip flops

Hello July!!! Welcome to the last month of the self-made wardrobe!! Wooo!

Remember Month 1?

2 Responses

  1. Amazing Holly! Sometimes I get the urge to take the baton when your year is over–but then I remember I don’t even have one item of clothing I have made–ha! But . . . that doesn’t stop me from fantasizing.

    Maybe you have addressed it on your site somewhere, but what would you recommend for a good starting sewing machine (I def. don’t knit)? I have been looking at the Janome.

    Thanks and can’t wait to see what you will wear the first day the challenge over.

    Jane

    1. Holly

      Thanks Jane!! I love that you’re interested in making your own clothes! Having a handmade wardrobe at the beginning of this project definitely helps this sort of project succeed. 😀

      All of the major brands have pretty good starter sewing machines – you don’t need something fancy. If you can, I’d suggest going to a store that carries a couple brands and try some out.

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