After publishing last week's Highlands Wrap Dress pattern hack (step-by-step instructions found here), I realized that I had an entire photoshoot's worth of photos of a similar blouse I sewed last fall!
I don't remember the impetus for sewing this top (I blame 2020) and I haven't worn it much since (nowhere to go), hence all memory of spending an afternoon on a Colorado farm taking photos of it had been erased from my memory.
But now that I've rediscovered both the photos and my love for this top, I'm hoping I have somewhere to wear it soon! In this creamy white Tencel fabric, this blouse has such a light, ethereal feel to it. It's a timeless top that will be in four-season rotation in my closet.
For this Highlands Wrap Blouse, I made the blouse a bit shorter to wear it with high-waist jeans. I flared the sleeve in the same way I did in the hack tutorial. But for this blouse I didn't preserve the slit or mitered hem. I just removed length and hemmed the top!