Silver Sparkle Leggings

HELLO, HERE IS ANOTHER POST ABOUT MY HOLIDAY PARTY LEGGINGS. Because they were all covered up by my giant Swan Lake tunic, and because I loved them more than I thought I would, and because things started getting weirder and weirder the more I posed in them, well … here you go …

Silver sparkle glitter leggings on Wardrobe Myself sewing fashion blog

Hey look, it’s my poet blouse! After wearing it practically every time I left my house over the summer, I decided to give it a rest, but when I pulled it out again for today’s shoot, I realized what a fool I’ve been. THIS IS A PERFECT BLOUSE. I WILL NOT APOLOGIZE FOR IT.

Silver glitter leggings by Veronica Sheaffer on Wardrobe Myself sewing blog

Pants are good too. Super high waisted with inserts at the hips – which look a lot like football player pads, and which were very much not intended, but I had to do something when I realized the fabric had almost no stretch, and I had made them extra-tight, and the seams were literally popping apart as I wore them. HAWT.

Silver sparkle glitter leggings on sewing blog Wardrobe Myself

I have legs. And I know how to use legs.

High waisted silver glitter leggings on Wardrobe Myself sewing blog

I do wish they were slightly less cropped, but they were never supposed to be regular pants. Maybe I’ll just put a seam there and add a little more to the length. I mean, what the hell, they already have weird hip gussets and they are GLITTERY AF. An extra seam at the bottom isn’t going to hurt anyone.

High waisted silver leggings on Wardrobe Myself fashion blog

Speaking of, the glitter in this fabric is constantly shedding and leaving little piles on the floor wherever I go. So magical.

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Painted that rug.

Black patent leather booties with silver glitter leggings on Wardrobe Myself fashion blog

Definitely adding like three inches to those hems.

Cropped high waisted silver glitter leggings on Wardrobe Myself fashion blog

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And making like fifty more poet blouses. GOODBYE.

Wardrobe|Myself items completed:

  1. Blue velvet top (+ 1 pincushion)
  2. Green velvet lounge pants
  3. Cropped poet blouse
  4. Crocheted lace top
  5. Crocheted lace skirt
  6. Madras bustier
  7. Madras high-waisted short
  8. Pink granny test panty
  9. Navy scuba knit top
  10. Restyled satin bed jacket
  11. Beaded satin jacket
  12. Embellished pencil skirt
  13. Trellis sweatshirt
  14. Sequined dragon top
  15. Black high-waisted stretch flares
  16. Pleated chiffon bustier
  17. Ten granny panties
  18. Cable-knit mono-leggings
  19. Fringed peephole sweater
  20. Swan Lake leggings, tunic and hat
  21. Silver sparkle leggings

 

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Fringed Peephole Sweater

HELLO, I’M KIND OF SAD TODAY, BUT I REALLY LIKE THIS SWEATER. I can’t believe this year is almost over. I can’t believe I still feel so aimless. I can’t believe we have three more years, and the first third also includes another insufferable royal wedding. I can’t believe this sweater is already my most treasured thing, and that I made it in a day. I can’t believe I made it at all, to be honest.

Chicago sewing blog - wool peephole sweater

Can’t believe I couldn’t do better with the pictures, but I threw out my neck just from going to the hair salon, and I can barely move.

Wardrobe sewing blog - Wool sweater shirt with fringe and peepholes - by Veronica Sheaffer - Wardrobe Myself
I took these photos before I went to the salon.

Can’t believe I have literally four other projects going right now, and I need to finish at least one of them by Saturday, but can’t decide which, so I’m finishing all four and then likely wearing something I already have in my closet. This sweater would look great over an evening gown, I think.

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I LOVE IT. It’s made from ivory wool, which I grabbed for $5/yard at the textile outlet. I think I only used a yard, so this is a FIVE DOLLAR SWEATER. The fabric is felted on the reverse side, and is just the most insanely comfortable thing ever.

Sewing blog - Wool sweater shirt with fringe and peepholes - by Veronica Sheaffer - Wardrobe Myself

I’m terrified of ruining it.

Fringed peephole Sweater on Wardrobe Myself sewing blog - woman sews herself an entire wardrobe copy

The design is not my own – I straight lifted it from this Antonio Berardi heartbreaker, fringing the extra wide piping for a slight change. I don’t usually make literal copies.

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But I don’t feel sad about it.

aquamarine engagement ring - Veronica Sheaffer Chicago designer - My Hands Made It

Peephole sweater - aquamarine ring

I hope you like this sweater too. No, I will not make you one. GOODBYE.

Wardrobe|Myself items completed:

  1. Blue velvet top (+ 1 pincushion)
  2. Green velvet lounge pants
  3. Cropped poet blouse
  4. Crocheted lace top
  5. Crocheted lace skirt
  6. Madras bustier
  7. Madras high-waisted short
  8. Pink granny test panty
  9. Navy scuba knit top
  10. Restyled satin bed jacket
  11. Beaded satin jacket
  12. Embellished pencil skirt
  13. Trellis sweatshirt
  14. Sequined dragon top
  15. Black high-waisted stretch flares
  16. Pleated chiffon bustier
  17. Ten granny panties
  18. Cable-knit mono-leggings
  19. Fringed peephole sweater