It’s been quiet here for the past 2 months, it seemed a long time ago now but I had a nice long holiday in the Philippines and Cambodia and I had something like LASIK (they call it RELEX here in Singapore) done to my eyes. So no more contact lenses for me ever :)! I’ve done some sewing, mostly basic stuff because after a year of sewing, the chicken in me still avoid anything that involves zippers and buttons and linings. So here are two more Riding peplum tops from April Rhodes, I still used Size S but unlike my Chambray Riding peplum top, the fit is not tight at all, I even had to pinch a bit on the sides of the yellow and blue geometric top. I got the fabric from Spotlight for 16 dollars per meter (I bought 2 meters and made one more shirt out of it), the label said it was linen and rayon. It’s very light and I like the drape, it’s just that a slight breeze can lift the peplum up so I have to remember to hold it when I’m outdoors.
This next top was actually my first Riding peplum top but I only got to take photos of it now. The fabric is Nani Iro Nuance Muji wata double gauze from Miss Matatabi, and I love it! It’s soft and comfortable and the blue and gray colours look amazing, this is one of my most worn handmade tops.