A lightweight jacket, practical and comfortable.
A little simple jacket, lightweight, go anywhere, easy and quick to make,
with just what you need in the way of little details to make it pretty and indispensable.
It will be especially useful in the morning and evening to warm little shoulders
left bare by summer dresses.
Frileuse has a little button placket in a contrasting fabric.
Little revers highlight the sides and allow for fabric mixing.
The neckline is slightly scooped.
The jacket is lightly gathered at the back.
A tie means you can tighten it at hip level for a feminine and elegant look.
Frileuse is worn here with Vintage trousers for a little outfit that is both chic and comfortable.
Frileuse is unlined for extra lightness.
Here Frileuse is sewn in:
Double gauze by Nani Iro: Bulle de gum
Plain grey double gauze from my stash
Pois Plumes on the ends of the ties: LeS PoiS PlumeS
Fabrics (width 140cm)
Fabric 1 (jacket):
Cotton, linen: 90(95)100(105)110cm
Fabric 2 (button placket, revers):
Cotton, linen: 40(45)50(55)60cm
Bias binding: 250cm, waist bias binding: 65cm
Bias binding for ties: 100cm