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Top – Step Boldly – Cotton by Seamstress Philosophy

$125.00

To move forward with confidence is to walk with a clear mind of understanding one’s true self.

The fabric, a statement within itself. The fabric set in an era past and yet sits well in the modern world. The style of the top inspired by garments from the 1970s. With the bold fabric, it only seemed right to use a sharp cut.

The cut brings class to this garment were as the pattern brings a bond presence. The 100% cotton is a naturally breathable fabric suitable for such a fitted piece.

The cotton fabric was named, ‘Gradi Flora’, designed by ‘Phillip Jacobs’, for Rowan Fabrics and Westminster Fibres. Phillip has been designing fabric since 1976 and is inspired by the natural world.

The fabric came from a patchworker who was, through the process of recovering, re-evaluating their future and deciding what to hold on to and what to let go of.

 

.: Fabric

.: 100% cotton

.: Dimensions

.: Bust 92cm

.: Waist 77cm

.: Length 56cm (measured from shoulder seam)

.: Care & Maintenance

Hang item when not in use. Hand wash in cold water.

Air dry near an open window or on a balcony away from direct sunlight.

 

Handcrafted by Seamstress Philosophy in Melbourne Australia

https://www.seamstressphilosophy.com/

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To move forward with confidence is to walk with a clear mind of understanding one’s true self.

The fabric, a statement within itself. The fabric set in an era past and yet sits well in the modern world. The style of the top inspired by garments from the 1970s. With the bold fabric, it only seemed right to use a sharp cut.

The cut brings class to this garment were as the pattern brings a bond presence. The 100% cotton is a naturally breathable fabric suitable for such a fitted piece.

The cotton fabric was named, ‘Gradi Flora’, designed by ‘Phillip Jacobs’, for Rowan Fabrics and Westminster Fibres. Phillip has been designing fabric since 1976 and is inspired by the natural world.

The fabric came from a patchworker who was, through the process of recovering, re-evaluating their future and deciding what to hold on to and what to let go of.

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