Handmade Travel outfit 1

13 Apr

The “easiest skirt in the world” from a couple of weeks ago turns out to be a comfortable thing to wear on a plane (over leggings, for leaving the house in cold weather, which are easily removed to convert the outfit for warmer weather once I arrive.)

 

Paired with the  black cowl-neck short-sleeved top I made before one of my other trips, it makes a versatile outfit for the flight, as well as for wandering around, and even venturing into some arts and culture.

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3 Responses to “Handmade Travel outfit 1”

  1. Amy K. April 13, 2012 at 3:35 pm #

    I love the way you use the belt over the top like that. And the tip about the leggings was good. All your posts make me wonder how much warmer it must be in Philly than than it is up in Massachusetts. We’re still in sweaters some days (it’s sunny, bit chilly). 🙂

  2. prttynpnk April 14, 2012 at 6:58 am #

    I see this and think ‘I need more skirts! ‘ you look so put together and comfortable- effortless. Yes, I need more skirts- pretty ones like yours!

    • handmadejulie April 15, 2012 at 7:58 am #

      They really are convenient, both for making up quickly and easily, as well as for multi-purpose wearing. (And it seems non-sewers are impressed by them, too–“you made that?!”–while all along, I’m thinking it’s “cheating” as a project, because it’s just three straight seams!

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