So back in December I posted this
post about a photo shoot at my friend Ginger's 125 year old Victorian home.
The photos were taken by my friend and co-worker Marc Espina of Marc Espina Photography
and the model is my best friend Chris aka Ducky.
I posted links to the photos over at our Google+
pages, but now that I've had some spare time I'm posting them here for your viewing pleasure.
|Burgundy Vest - view 2|
|Burgundy Vest - view 1|
|Burgundy Vest - view 3|
|Olive vest - view 1|
|Olive vest - view 2|
|Stripe vest - view 1
|Stripe vest - view 2|
|Stripe vest - view 3|
The vest has the fashion fabric or outer shell fabric for the front and back and then the vests are fully lined with a lining fabric. Some vests also use the lining for the outer back portion of the vest, but most of the time I prefer to have the entire outside of the garment out of the same fabric. There are 6 buttons up the front of each vest and a two part belt with a buckle at the back.
I sold the burgundy vest at HRM Steampunk Symposium last weekend, but the olive and striped vests are now available over in my Etsy Store
. I have only one olive one left in stock right now, however, I do take custom orders if you are looking for a specific color and I currently have patterns drafted for chest sizes 38 through 52.
I also have some other vests cut out and waiting to be sewn. Once those are all done, we'll be getting together for another photo shoot and then listing them vest up for sale as well.
As a teaser here are the fabrics that we currently have vests cut out in. The photos don't do the colors much justice though:
|This piece is a light yellow with black flocking|
|Black with grey flocking|
|Electric blue with black flocking|
|Red with black flocking|
|Dark rust with black flocking|
Thanks for stopping by!
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