This is my second version of the Rebecca Taylor top from Vogue 1412, this time in crepe de chine. The trousers are Burda 12/2011 #133 in a polyester crepe from very deep stash, and fully lined in bemberg.This is the inside of the blouse front once the buttonholes and buttons have been finished. This shows the true colours of the silk.
It’s a rather spring-coloured outfit, but I thought I’d share the makes even if it’s autumn.
I really like this top pattern, having made it twice. (The trousers are comfy, too. I made another pair in linen, which I’ll share later.)
12 thoughts on “Another Vogue 1412”
I’ve made two muslins/toils of this pattern. Having a hard time understanding the front closure. I’m used to more instruction with indie patterns. To say that the instructions for this blouse (version B) are minimalistic is an understatement. I really like your blouse. Looks great on you
Thanks, Christina! Whenever I have difficulty understanding how pieces go together I always practice! That said, I don’t really have much experience with indie pattern instructions, so cannot compare their instructions with Vogue. Good luck! This really is a pretty blouse to make and wear.
Oh, what gorgeous fabric – those colours together are some of my favourites! Love how it turned out 🙂
Vogue 1412 is always a winner. I’ve lost count of how many skirts and tops I’ve made from this one pattern. You have a great eye for fabrics.
Lovely top, and gorgeous colours.
Stunning outfit no matter what the season…well maybe not the dead of winter but the colors really compliment you!
This is gorgeous! I love everything about it!
That print is wonderful, and the pants complement it perfectly.
Gorgeous outfit! Long sleeves, long pants….fall enough, right? I especially like the backline on the blouse.
Stunning, Tia! Love the spring colours. Let’s delay fall a bit…