If you’re going to wear PJ’s in public at least make them with Satin & Sequins. I pushed through and finished the #sewyourview before the deadline. I’m super excited about finishing early because I’m always the last one to get done.
This was a very simple pattern – in fact it’s beginner friendly. If you follow me you know I can take anything simple and turn it into a complicated ordeal. Staying true to form, I did the same thing but this time it turned out perfect.
I had an idea and look in mind for the project. I wanted something similar to the inspiration picture but not an exact duplicate. I also knew I wanted Satin & Sequins to complete the desired look.
It took two – maybe three trips to JoAnn’s to find the perfect color satin & sequins. Let me add that this was my first time sewing sequins 🙁 I learned a lot about myself and while I had an idea in mind for the top, just know that sequins require extra work and effort if you’re going to do it right. Tip, if you’re going to use this pattern the PJ’s they run large. I cut a medium robe and it’s big on me. The pants were okay but I always make a seat adjustment when I’m working with a non-stretch fabric like satin.
I had an absolute blast making this fancy Satin & Sequin street wear PJ’s. They shine so bright that we took pictures at night. 🙂
The shoes were super simple. I was walking through JoAnn’s and saw these gorgeous pom pom’s on the end-cap. They were the perfect color and just the right accessory for my clear sandals which were already in my shoe closet.
You’ll see me wearing my street wear PJ’s as separate pieces, especially in spring and summer.
Well, guys that’s all for now. For those of you who don’t sew, this ensemble would make a fabulous gift for you or for someone you love. I might be persuaded to revisit this project for the right reason. Use the contact form and let’s chat.
Always Stylish ~ Always Fabulous
SewVeStyle by Venita Elaine