Shocking, isn't it? I don't even know why, since when I get the chance to browse, I'm still very much drawn to the usual: stripes, polka-dots, the occasional medium-sized flower print. Navy, white, red, and of course the obligatory off-shades coral and teal.
I guess my style has changed a bit since I started sewing. I wear less of the woven dresses and more knits. The hemlines got slightly shorter and the skirts less full. I finally realized that I think Peter Pan collars are too cute for my taste, and that there's a lot of garments I'd chose over wearing woven blouses. And I don't make skirts with straight waistbands anymore. ;-)
I haven't quite knuckled onto what I'm missing, though. I guess it's time for some Pinterest browsing and people watching? What's your current favorite garment to throw on and feel fantastic?
Anyway, I did wear me-mades on the last couple of weekends. I even (kind of) took Gillians suggestion of matching patterns. :D Kinda.
So, that was May. Remembering my pledge besides doing me-made weekends: I also made a couple of work tops! And yes, they do feature polka dots. I've enjoyed wearing them a lot, but I don't have any pictures yet. I also haven't even started on the trousers, besides cutting out the Sewaholic Thurlow pattern. I think I'll muslin the shorts version first. Soon (ish).