Fauxionable Outfit – Vintage Scarves Top

A month flew by since my last post and I have been plagued by issues with computers! My personal laptop won’t allow me to log in although I typed in the correct password, so I was using G’s spare laptop until it decided to go crazy on me. G has since fixed my personal laptop thankfully, but most of my pictures were on his laptop. It’s been a fun ordeal but almost everything is sorted now although I no longer have access to Photoshop just as I was getting back into the groove. Harumph! Well, G reckons a new laptop is in the horizon.

On a happier note, I have been practicing my sewing and I have since upcycled a dress into a peplum top, sewed a top out of vintage scarves, and hemmed G’s jeans into shorts. The first two were done with help from my instructors in class, since I’m still a newbie. I have also made some cushion covers as my first sewing project. I recently wore the top I made from vintage scarves out to lunch with G,which is the highlight of this outfit.

Top: DIY (Pattern by Stitchless Tree)

Now that my computer troubles are (almost) resolved, I’m hoping to resume editing pictures from my trip to Barcelona and Menorca. Stay tuned!

2 thoughts on “Fauxionable Outfit – Vintage Scarves Top

  1. katie

    Love everything about this outfit! The top is great and I love how you paired it with those pants too. I wish I could sew. I never excelled at it and just became really frustrated with learning how to do it!

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    1. fauxionista Post author

      Thank you for your kind words, Katie! I’m still working on sewing straight lines that are not wobbly! 😛 I learned how to sew in high school but never did too well and like you, got frustrated. I’ve been thinking about sewing of late and decided to just enroll for a class and give it another go. So far, I’m enjoying it. 😉

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