A few of us decided to try sewing bralettes for ourselves this month

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Monserrat and I (Gillian) were the only ones with experience sewing bras before, so this is mostly a journey of beginners, trying to figure out where to start and how to get the desired fit. I hope you enjoy our stories!

https://thesewcialists.com/2020/09/02/allchestswelcome-sewcialists-editors-try-bra-sewing

True to the “house dress” title I’ve bestowed this piece with, I’ve been wearing it a ton at home (in the more comfortable proper way)

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I brought it on a trip to China a few years ago and it was a great travel piece that I got ample use out of, from hiking mountains in insane humidity to having tea with family at home. However, a nagging issue was that the neckline was too low for my preference, which led me to be hyper self-conscious while wearing it. That was, until I came to the simple realization that I could just wear it backwards. And suddenly, I enjoyed the dress a whole lot more. I think it looks a bit more put-together when worn backwards with the high neckline. If I steamed it, put on heels, and threw my hair up, I could even make it fancy, with hardly any effort.

https://someusesomewear.wordpress.com/2020/07/24/42-the-roomy-house-dress