Challenge: making a becoming pant-suit!
Yes, I found this project to be a little bit of a challenge, I mean there are loads of really cool pant-suits out there.. there are also loads of horrific ones but that’s another story.
The main problem I had is that I wanted to make one that I looked good in.. so self-involved all the time! I wanted to create a pant suit that would enhance the female figure, emphasize the waist, perhaps elongate and /or slim the leg slightly, and create something quite timeless.
This is the finished product that just hit the store today as well as our on-line store.The pant are made of matte material with little stretch but are quite tight fitting on the leg. The side seams have been moved to the middle part of the pant twisting to the inner or outer leg. This gives the pant a slimming effect, elongating the leg and a seam on the front of the leg is always becoming!
Small pockets are at the front and the pants are extremely comfy yet sleek, with their figure hugging high waist band, bringing in and supporting the tummy area.
By having a waistband makes it possible to use the pants with a tight top without the zipper, pocket and button shade to be peeking through.
The Jacket: „Sveigur” means a flection and it comes from the way the jacket bends from higher at the back to a lower cut at the front.
The sleeves are tight with smart seams going across it and a gathering at the top of the shoulder creating a little “leg of mutton” sleeve.
It has a stripe cut of fabric going down the middle of the back emphasising the spine, and there it is slightly taken in at the back making it fitted and fabulous!
Sveigur is a very classic little jacket that we find very timeless, it is fitted with two buttons at the front as well as pockets. We love them as a pair but also matching the jacket with dresses! Sort of a “must have” in that closet don’t you think? :)
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