The Rumpled Pants edition...I am attributing the bagginess to the end-of-the-day factor and static electricity; sitting at my desk all day has obviously bagged them out. I didn't notice the baggy until I looked at the photo. Sigh. La Fred's Daphne pants, made from a fairly light (for pants, anyway) cotton/lycra sateen.
But this is another 'I never put this together' moment. The top is Butterick 4387, which is assuredly out of print, made from a 'slinky' knit I got from Emma Seabrooke about a hundred years ago at the Atlanta sewing Expo. It really isn't what I'd call 'slinky'; it's kind of a crepe-y poly knit. I loved the colors but, you know, circle prints are really difficult to wear due to the 'bulls eye effect'. I did the best I could when I was cutting it out, but clothes do shift somewhat as they're worn and I just didn't want to end up with circles where I didn't want 'em. So the top hung in the closet long enough that I was beginning to consider putting it in the donate bag.
Then, this morning, I had a flash of inspiration. I could put a vest on...and then who cares where the circles happen to be at any given moment?
I declare, that Burda WOF vest is probably my single most worn wardrobe item...