2024 Inspiration for the Stephanie Skirt

2024 Inspiration for the Stephanie Skirt

Dear readers,


Today I'm doing something I haven't done in a while, an inspiration for one of my favorite patterns ever – the Stephanie Skirt. Can you believe it's been 7 years since  Stephanie was released? As spring is approaching and I start seeing pleated skirts everywhere, let me share with you some 2024 inspiration for your next Stephanie.


First off, let's talk about length. The Stephanie Skirt was designed to hit just below the knee but these days I feel like adding 4" (10cm) to the hem to all my versions! It's all about cool and effortless silhouette that adds a little drama to your outfit. Whether you're pairing it with comfy flats for a day out or dressing it up, it will work for every occasion.

Bold or Neutral?

Whether you're someone who loves bold colors or prefers neutral tones, the Stephanie Skirt has got you covered. It’s time to cut into that precious piece of fabric that defines your personal style. Do you love vibrant, eye-catching colors? Or are you more inclined towards subtle, earthy tones? Regardless of your preference, the Stephanie Skirt is a canvas for you to express your style.


Another fantastic feature of the Stephanie Skirt is its capacity to carry texture. Lace, embroidery, jacquard, etc., a textured fabric can add depth and personality to any outfit. The texture not only enhances the aesthetics of the skirt but also adds a unique tactile experience, adding to the overall luxury of the garment.


Lastly, for those who love to make a statement, the Stephanie Skirt can be made to shine. Pair metallic fabric with a casual sweater for a day look or embellish it onto classic suiting for a night out. The shine factor gives the Stephanie Skirt a glamorous edge, making it a versatile piece that can transition from day to night seamlessly.


So, are you feeling inspired? For me, the Stephanie Skirt is proving being a timeless design that can lend itself to personal style and sewing experiments. Let me know which look is your favorite!

Happy sewing,


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1 comment

Thanks, j’ai toujours aimé les jupes longues très longues et cela m’a donné envie de m’en refaire une et même deux : one for the summer in coton with personnal embroidery and one for the winter in Jacquard.


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