10 simple sewing patterns for a classic wardrobe.

With the seasonal change our wardrobes may need a little updating. A wardrobe full of classic staples can solve any dressing dilemmas. Who doesn’t like an easy morning? Here are my picks of sewing patterns for a classic wardrobe.Coco_sewing_pattern_15Breton Top: Coco By Tilly and the Buttons. { as seen on me}MN2204-V3-1Midi Skirt: Brumy Skirt by Megan Nielsen.Screen Shot 2016-06-27 at 18.13.28Smart trousers: Ultimate trousers by Sew Over it. { as seen on me: 1 & 2}Screen Shot 2016-06-27 at 18.35.50Crisp white shirt: Quinn shirt by Named. {similar on me}Screen Shot 2016-06-27 at 18.25.43Silk Camisole: Double layer camisole by Salme Patterns.Screen Shot 2016-06-27 at 18.32.05sw3032-catarina-01-large-a8dc2fbf38b5ae7532a6f3649b91070b619f8c868f9526ffa3444b8e6b957e57LBD dress: Maxi dress  Burda 04/2013 or Catarina by Seamwork.Screen Shot 2016-06-27 at 18.29.56Wrap dress: Rachel wrap dress by Maria Denmark. {as seen on me}Bellatrix1_largeWell cut Blazer: Bellatrix Blazer by Papercut. {as seen on me}


Cropped Jumpsuit:New Look 6446. {similar on me}

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Alterative for a pencil skirt: Adrienne skirt by Style Arc.{ as seen on me}

  • I really like the Ultimate Trousers – your floral one is great. The Cropped Jumpsuit is nice, too. 🙂

  • Louise McDonagh

    Those dresses are lovely. I often forget about Burda, which is really very amiss of me.

    • Burda has so lovely patterns. I love their tall range because they fit me really well.

  • I really want to sew up a storm of brenton tops! I wear the same one over and over!

  • This is a great list. Thanks for sharing, I have the Tilly, SOI and Megan N patterns but am interested in the cami top. I might have to break my self imposed ban on buying patterns…. 😉