“Let us dance in the sun, wearing wild flowers in our hair...”

Happy Halloween!

Thursday, October 31, 2013

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I hope you all have a fun and spooooooky Halloween this evening!

XOXO

Floral Top + Dress For Sale (sold! thank you!!)

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

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SOLD 
Floral Lawn Tucked Dress
Size: S
*sold* $85 (originally $250)

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SOLD! THANK YOU!
Floral Lawn Button Up Shirt
Size: XS
*SOLD* $65 (originally $180)


I'm working on winter items for my shop and need to clean out the last of the summer items. I've further reduced the prices and there is only one of each style available. I'm selling these here on my blog, so please email me with your zip code and PayPal email so I can calculate the total and send you an invoice. Email: gracefullady@gmail.com

Thanks for looking! 

P.S. I was featured on the Frankie Magazine blog today! I am completely thrilled and honored!

xoxo

Frye Oxfords For Sale (sold)

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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Selling my Frye Erin Oxfords over at my yardsale blog if anyone is interested!

Edit: They have sold already! Thank you!


Autumn Sewing: Wool Cape

Wednesday, October 16, 2013


 



 




Autumn is in full swing here in Colorado and the leaves are changing into beautiful golden colors. I have been thinking about adding a wool cape into my personal fall/winter wardrobe for years now. It probably started when I discovered the gorgeous wool capes from my favorite brand A.P.C. Sadly, they were just a bit out of my price range at the time, so I put the whole cape thing on the back burner. A few weeks ago I was enticed by a wool A.P.C. cape on eBay and instead of getting it, I decided I'd just try my hand at making one myself. So after getting a bunch of work done, I decided to carve out a little time for my own sewing. It's actually really fun to do a new challenging project since I don't really get to do that very often. I used the last bit of plaid tartan from my 2012 fall/winter collection for the lining, which really made the cape "pop," at least when you open it up. Recognize the wool I used? I found the same wool I used on the toggle coat I made years ago (and have since sold) and decided to re-purchase for the cape since I remember it being incredibly lovely to work with. I learned how to make bound buttonholes and discovered they aren't half as hard as they look. The pattern I used was a vintage 1960's sewing pattern, but I'm toying with the idea of making my own design to sell in the shop. Something similar, but different. I love the shape of this cape, but thought perhaps I would draft my design a little fuller along the arms. What do you think? Would you be interested if I made a cape design to sell in my shop?

Happy autumn!
xoxo