These are the monthly guidelines:
“January – Find your core style and explore shapes
February – Clean out your closet and take inventory
March – Review and finalize your spring/summer sewing projects
April – Plan colors and shop for spring fabric
May & June – Sew for your spring/summer capsule wardrobe
July – Review and finalize your autumn/winter sewing projects
August – Plan colors and shop for autumn fabric
September & October – Sewing for your autumn/winter capsule wardrobe
November – Review and refine
December – Show off your wardrobe!”
I’ll likely start sewing far before they do here, mainly because I already have all my fabric.
It will be fun to follow along with this! Although, I would like to have my spring/summer wardrobe done by early May at the latest and fall/winter by early September. That way I can actually use them.
Here are the goals for January:
“Get a notebook, sketchbook, or binder
Read through the Wardrobe Architect weeks 1-4
Complete exercises and projects for Wardrobe Architect weeks 1-4
Design or collect 20 pattern ideas that reflect your core style and preferred silhouettes. We’ll pare these down later.
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I found last year’s WA series not all that long ago and fiddled about with it and came up with these ideas
For a color scheme, all colors I look good in that also look good together I decided on:
For the words to describe how you want to look I came up with: Feminine, polished, modest, timeless, graceful
They also ask for basic silhouettes and I decided on these
I’m planning to move away from sky high heels, though I will keep a pair or two on reserve for date night. I love shoes though. I’ve been drawn lately to kitten heels and ballet flats. I feel they are both more suited to day to day life and my current status as mom.
Anyway that’s where I stand right now! I’m gonna fiddle about with patterns this week and decide what I want to sew. They suggest starting with 20 patterns, but since I already identified my first capsule goal of ten pieces, see previous post, I’m going to decide precisely which ten I’d like to make.
Until next week!