When I was given the opportunity to create a line of patterns for McCall Patterns, I knew I wanted to create something that was quintessentially me. Keeping in mind that my style isn’t for everyone, I also wanted patterns that can easily be altered to accommodate your own personal aesthetic. When I decided on this strapless tunic, I thought about the beauty of a woman’s shoulders and the idea of minimal layering. This top makes you feel completely covered and sexy at the same time.
A top like this requires fabric with a lot of movement. I used a polyester crepe from moodfabrics.com that’s unfortunately sold out but here is a collection of polyester crepe at moodfabrics.com that would work just as nicely.
Not familiar with polyester crepe? It’s a thinner fabric that generally provides a great drape, doesn’t pill, shrink or fade and keeps it’s new look. It’s easy to cut, sew and iron all at an economical price.
The pants were previously made here.
Heels- Narciso Rodriguez