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Announcing New Vogue Patterns!By DianeSev on 5/4/12 12:58 PM

New Vogue patterns are here!

These patterns just jumped out at Noelle so we picked them for you to preview. What do you think? Would you wear them? Would you sew them? Let us know!

PatternReview Vogue 1305

Vogue Patterns 1305 Misses' Dress
Lialia by Julia Alarcon
Sizes 6-14, 14-22

Wow! Is this glamorous or what?! You won't be heading out for fast food in this body-hugging beauty of a gown. This dress calls for an elegant candlelight dinner!

This semi-fitted, lined, pullover dress (fitted through the hips) has a draped right side extending into the sleeve, a left side slit, a shoulder opening, and a back opening with button/loop. Note: the shoulder opening can be worn as a neck opening.


Fabrics: Moderate Stretch Knits: Matte Jersey, Silk Jersey, Lightweight Wool Jersey. Lining: Stretch Chiffon, Stretch Charmeuse.

 

PatternReview Vogue 1308
Vogue Patterns 1308 Misses Jumpsuit
Donna Karan New York
Sizes 4-12, 12-20

More one-shoulder accents with this fun but elegant jumpsuit! Wear it with flats during the day and dress it up at night with heels and pearls.

This jumpsuit has a loose-fitting, blouson bodice, applied flounces (wrong side shows), bias neck facing and armhole binding, waist casing, elastic/tie ends, tapered pants (semi-fitted through the hips), side front pockets, and an invisible back zipper.


Fabrics: Washed Silk, Crepe de Chine and Lightweight Jersey.

 

PatternReview Vogue 1307 Vogue Patterns 1307 Misses' Pants
Today's Fit by Sandra Betzina
One Size Fits All

Noelle thinks the waist yoke on these pants are new and different features in the world of pants. This model is wearing these pants in bold colors, but you can also sew them up in a quieter solid to show off style features like the yoke and the pleats. Or make them in this year's color, Tangerine Tango!

These wide-legged pants (very loose-fitting through hips) have fitted yokes, front pleats, and a button/self loop/invisible side zipper. A: side front pockets, lined yokes, and front pleated into cuffs with optional topstitching. B: self-lined yokes.

Fabrics: Drapey Rayons, Drapey Knits.

So...what do you think?  Which one will look good on you? Which one will you make?

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sergette said...
Good collection, once you can see the front view. I'm wondering why they led with the back view of several of these designs.
5/4/12 2:54 PM
JoanneB said...
I might try 1307 pants without the ankle band and NOT in tangerine orange! I really like the new Chado Ralph Rucci pattern too, very elegant
5/4/12 2:59 PM
pterion said...
Wow, that Julia Alarcon number certainly would be for a private dinner with dim lighting. It is very sexy indeed but I can't imagine what undergarments one might wear underneath it. The DK jumpsuit is very cute on the model! I'd love to try the Betzina pants in a bold print like that.
5/4/12 4:08 PM
chelsy21 said...
I love the 1310 top & skirt, although I'd shorten the skirt to a wearable length, not evening length.
5/4/12 6:15 PM
GeriT said...
The woman in the white dress has a perfect body .. and on her it looks good.. but on the average person .. ( eh .. not me) don't think it would cut it...
5/4/12 8:39 PM
GeriT said...
The woman in the white dress has a perfect body .. and on her it looks good.. but on the average person .. ( eh .. not me) don't think it would cut it...
5/4/12 8:39 PM
beauturbo said...
Vouge 1305, the Lialia by Julia Alarcon one, looks really sharp as a more a knee length dress too. I found it on her website here: http://www.lialiacollection.com/spring2011a.htm I believe third row down, gray short dress photo's # 3-6. If the slit was not so deep in the back, ans maybe not the "cold shoulder" it would make also a nice office dress. You could also do some things by using just right or left parts of the garment, as both sides too. I really like all her stuff. I hope Vouge has more patterns of her line!
5/5/12 1:36 AM
said...
I like the third one
5/5/12 3:28 AM
LizJaneB said...
I love 1310 too. Very simple and chic. Would try to flatten the tie though, it spoils the line with its bulk.
5/7/12 8:37 AM
QuikSew said...
Why do we only see the back?
5/10/12 6:40 PM
2 Airedales n Me said...
I picked this pattern up because it does look different but still wearable. I once bought a pair of similar pants as part of an East Indian "suit" and thought I would try to copy the pattern. Never did...so "thank you Sandra" for this pattern.
5/15/12 12:23 PM
zoe said...
I don't like 1308 at all. Isn't that thetapered leg look that is known to be a big no no on most body shapes? It really isn't flattering; even on that model's body. I also think the body revealing white dress isn't going to work on most bodies ( in fact even on the best of svelte bodies, I think it's too revealing; you'd need to be fairly bold and very confident to even want to wear it I think.
5/16/12 8:14 PM
valkyrie01 said...
LOVE the Jalia alcaron white number, and the new tunic by Issey Miyake! The rest are not my cup f tea. Might try the white dress in red.... hmmmmmmm
5/24/12 11:45 PM

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