I wore the top

Yesterday I wore the new McCall's top I recently completed.  I could not wait for a skirt to be made so wore it with black pants.  I took these photos before leaving for work.


It past the wearability test!  Actually a very comfortable fabric for cooler weather.You can see the neckline standing away from my neck,  I can live with it.

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  1. It's gorgeous. I wouldn't have been able to wait on the skirt either.

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  2. The neckline standing away - a design element! Looks like a winner from here.

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    1. I really do like the top and can live with the neckline.

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  3. Looking good and as Linda T says...a design element. The print is mesmerizing, my eyes want to keep running across every horizontal line from neckline to hem...maybe I am weird?

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  4. Love it...looks great with the pants, too!

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    1. Thanks, Patty! I do like it with the pants and just not sure if it will work with a skirt!

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  5. Linda, this is gorgeous! Great pairing of fabric and pattern.

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  6. Pretty top. As for the neckline standing away... do you think Debbie's gaposis fix would work...

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    1. I think I am going to leave this one alone. I do want to try this on another top. What a smart idea from Debbie!

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  7. Woah what a beautiful top. I love your fabric choice

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  8. I really like this top. It is very flattering on you. Hope you don't let the cold temps and snow ( yuck) we are having get you down. Spring is on the way. My daffodils had started to come up. before it snowed

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    1. I didn't make it into work on Tuesday because of the snow. DH and I had to dig out the driveway so I could get out the next day. We are at -2 this AM, I feel like I am in Alaska!!! So looking forward to spring !!!

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  9. Love your top, compliments you well!

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