Now, I on the other hand, have gone out with tall guys, short guys, skinny guys, fat guys, smart guys, dumb guys, rich guys, poor guys; but believe it or not, all of these guys have had something in common: they are all a**holes. This could also be a symptom of falling into the same pattern over and over without realizing there is a way out. So, let’s say you’re like me and you discover that you like confidence (not a**hole-ness); your pattern, like mine, is that you get the two confused at times and end up falling for the latter.
We often fall for the same things because we already know how to work with it. Here’s what I do: While out meeting other people, I ask myself questions about potential partners.
I have been accepted to the University of Gloucestershire for the fall semester.
Vintage 40's Pattern Long and Lean Nipped Waist Suit with Scalloped Jacket Accent B34 2655Vintage 40's Pattern Swing WW2 Era Nipped Waist Suit B34 963 Hollywood Vintage 50's Pattern Rockabilly Pointed Yoke Blouse Shirt Top B29 4373Vintage 50's Pattern Scooped Neckline Blouse Top capped or Kimono sleeves B29 2799Vintage 50's Pattern Shirtwaist Dress Tucked Bodice Tie Collar Puff Sleeves B32 8483Vintage 50's Pattern Slim Skirt Pencil with Side Tuck W24 3657Vintage 50's Shawl Collar Shirtwaist Dress Pattern B40 4260Vintage 60's Pattern Mod Sheath Dress with Yoke B43 9206from the 1920's to the 80's.
Vintage Vogue, Simplicity, Hollywood, Advance, Butterick, and Mc Call/Mc Call's Patterns..will find them all here.
I wore this dress to my third interview for my new job! There aren’t any copyright details anywhere on this.) I’ve started a Pinterest board for 1950s coat patterns, but I haven’t found anything quite like my black beauty. A more ‘day’ version of this coat may be joining my sewing queue.
I’m wearing it with the Simplicity 4934 I made with Beth of Sunny Gal Studios.
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