Winter Wear Designs

Outerwear Blog Tour

YAY!
It’s that time of the month again, Winter Wear Designs Blog Tour!!

The theme outerwear couldn’t be more appropriate for the time of the year and I love jacket season! 😀
Last blog tour I made a Coat Dress using the Provence Pea Coat as a base, but WWD has so many great options that having made an outerwear already was no impediment for this tour.

This time I chose a  newer release, the Women’s Fashionista Jean Jacket.

I love the scoop neck of this jacket, it sets it apart from regular jean jackets and the exterior neck facing gives it the perfect finishing!

I made my jacket without pockets and made 7/8 sleeves instead of adding the placket and cuffs. I just wanted to have an “indoor jacket”, something that I could keep wearing during winter when somewhere indoors but could still fit underneath a winter coat when going outside… does that make sense?

The fabric is from a home decor store 😀 I love the print and it went perfectly with some vintage buttons that belonged to my mother in law.

If you feel intimidated by the idea of making a jean jacket, don’t! This one is intermediate level, but the instructions are great and aside from that pointy yoke, everything else is a breeze!
The yoke isn’t difficult per se, you just have to go very slow and pay extra attention to it.

It’s also a great way to exercise those topstitching skills! 😉

Side fact: My husband and I spent sometime yesterday arguing about the color of the fabric… I say it’s blue/gray and he says it’s “black and white”. So, tell me… he’s wrong isn’t him? lol 😛

WOMEN’S FASHIONISTA JEAN JACKET – Winter Wear Designs

 

Now go on and Fall in love with every stop on the tour<3:
October 22
Ilse of Sew Sew Ilse
October 23
October 24
October 25
Meriel of Elli and Nels
Jessica of Jot Designs USA
October 26
Livia of Liviality
xxx
Livia
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