A coffee-colored Mia!

When we propose fabrics, we choose which pattern will be the one to sew to represent the fabrics well. For the Jazz cotton jacquard, we chose the nice duo Manhattan jacket and Brooklyn pants. But it would be a shame to limit ourselves to this type of garment for this fabric which is very soft, very pleasant to wear and has a nice fall. And as the workshop Maison Fauve doesn't take vacations for Christmas, in addition to continuing to assure your orders we made a pretty coffee-colored sewing, and of course, it's the occasion to make some pictures and to tell you about it ;)

A little mid-season blouse

I chose to sew the Jazz cappuccino fabric with the Mia sewing pattern. As beautiful as a dress or a blouse, Mia has the advantage of being very quick to sew because it has few pieces, and for a guaranteed waouhhhh effect thanks to its nice back neckline. On this version, I chose to sew the "small back neckline", but the pattern also offers a second version with a deeper neckline.

How to wear my coffee blouse

For this pretty fall color, I adopted a medium blue jean, in a slim version to be able to wear it with my maxi chelsea boots (I love them, my husband hates them, I'm a fashion victim :) ). I wear my Mia blouse tucked into the pants (you can't do it again), with a belt with a nice buckle (a Sézane model that I love).

The Jazz fabric will be perfect to sew a dress with a little bit of outfit, a little winter shorts worn with thick wool tights or thick socks and a big knit sweater like an Irish sweater (the cappuccino sweater foot associated with a nice camel, bottle green or mottled grey knit would be really hot!) but also a shirt with a false masculine look. If I had the time I would sew myself a nice Skyline in this fabric, its straight cut would be well highlighted and its nice pleats very easy to make in this cotton fabric which marks well with the iron.

It's your turn to imagine how to transform our jacquard, and see you soon for a new sewing with soooo Coco Chanel accents ;)

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