What I'm Wearing: Weekend Wear | The Open-back Shirt!

12:00 AM

Do you ever forget about clothes in your closet?  I do, all of the time.  That's why every season, I shuffle my closet.  I move the previous season's wardrobe further away and the current season forward.  And in doing so a few weeks ago, I rediscovered this top!
This is McCall's 6702 and it's still available!
I love the easy-breeziness of the linen.  And the open-back is what originally sold me on this look.  I mean, I have plenty of shirt patterns.  But this one had that little bit of extra "something-ness" and I had to have it. 
It pairs so well with everything, especially a pair of chino Old Navy shorts that I live in during the summer.  I have these shorts in almost every color!  Which reminds me, I need a new white pair (for $15, I'll buy instead of making)!
And it was cool and comfortable especially for playing in the park!
Isabella is 2 1/2 now.  And she's so big and so smart!

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  1. I was re-reading my own blog and found that I had mentioned a pair of black sandals last summer. I had no recollection of the things and went digging through my closet to find them. I probably would have purchased an identical pair!

    As for shoes, I love Isabella's silver ones she is wearing. Future fashionista?

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    1. It's like finding something brand new! And yes, Isabella is a little diva!

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  2. Great top. Love the open back feature. You wouldn't guess it from the front but it adds a little special something to the top.

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    1. Debbie, that's exactly what I love about it! Thanks!

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  3. Thanks for the reminder about this pattern, I have some fabric that will perfect for it. I too have to rotate closets, a hassle at times but helps me remember what I have and eliminate what I don't wear. Isabella is so cute and getting so grown up.

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  4. This is a great weekend outfit! I love the style of the shirt. Yes, I forget about things that I made. I found a few treasures in a recent closet cleaning.

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  5. I LOVE this top! Def need to get my hands on that pattern. Thanks for the inspo!

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  6. Thanks Cirque Du Bebe!

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