Good Morning Everyone!! I'm back from a wonderful weekend in Nashville, Tennessee. You may remember that Helen Haughey asked me to help teach a weekend workshop on making the perfect sheath dress. Along with the class, we were treated to a private tour of the new exhibit at the Frist Museum, "Italian Style Since 1945." I'll share a little more about the exhibit in an upcoming post as it was such a treat and of course, I came home with the book!!
Last week I came across a number of collar examples that I thought were especially interesting, so I thought I would share them today. We've had other collar inspiration posts in the past. It seems that when it comes to collars, the possibilities are endless!
Here's a mandarin collar with what looks to be a detachable convertible collar.
I think I've shared this collar in a previous post, but I think it's worth a second look. A shaped mandarin collar with a cut out detail and the added accent of the tie. Beautiful!
A simple convertible collar made a little more interesting with the staggering detail.
I may have shown this collar in the past, but again, worth another look as it is simply sensational.
So, the next time you pull out that pattern to make a blouse, shirt, or jacket, don't just make the boring collar that's shown, spice it up a bit with a little something unexpected!