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inspired by some shopping outside the US
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Date: 2/27/13 5:30 PM

While on a recent trip, I came across a shop called "Zay_zay", with such cute styles that I had to take a look. Turns out the shop catered to larger women, (maybe starting around a 14, perfect). I ended up buying several things, including a sleeveless tunic similar to this gilet, and made by the same company (Zhenzi, Danish). Also bought a few things from a french company, can't think of name off hand. Anyway, I think this look with leggings and a slim shirt is very cute at about any age. Any ideas for patterns?

And, I also like this "Navabi" site, interesting styles to browse for ideas....

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Date: 2/28/13 8:22 AM

what beautiful and trendy styles! I enjoyed window shopping and getting ideas for projects. Thanks!

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Date: 2/28/13 9:47 AM

ohhh, some great styles and fun combinations. Thanks for the link.

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Date: 3/1/13 4:45 AM

I love that and the site. Thanks for posting. I need inspiration

These pants are great. It is all about finding a great fabric.
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Date: 3/1/13 6:51 AM

Pricey, but good inspiration for sewing--the top with fringe for adding selvedge? strips to a T, use up scraps for the pieced Steilmann top.

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Date: 3/1/13 7:15 AM

Fabulous site Katy. Thanks for directing us to it. I love how the finished garment sizes are listed for everything and their zooms & multiple views make it easy to see those details. Lots of inspiration here!

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