This summer at the Ranch House:
- The dress code is very casual. But, getting dressed sets the tone for the day.
- I have a large stash of after-retirement clothes.
- Not a fashion statement.
- Worn as a nightgown, pool cover-up, garden dress, work from home uniform.
- Comfortable but still say "dressed and ready for the day".
- Stash busters. Great use for wadders and other low list items.
- Mend, alter, refashion 10 House Dresses. This is #2,
- Focus on fabric/after-retirement clothing stash.
|After: House Dress #2|
*Skirt- worn a lot pre-retirement.
*Sleeveless T-shirt- new but not being worn.
*Short sleeves. Casual House Dress #2.
*Not a fashion statement, but cool and comfortable.
*Sleeve: Cut from t-shirt. Keep t- hem for sleeve hem. Serge raw edges. Leave t- binding in original sleeve cap.
*Skirt: Keep original hem. Remove waist-band, serge raw edges.
|Sleeve: keep hem from t-bottom|
Before: t- and skirt from stash.