One more pair. I promise to put the pattern away for a rest now. Tessuti Suzy pants are my go to casual woven pants. Lately our local Spotlight store seems to have had some really nice rayons in stock and I have gone a little crazy making these pants. However they suit my summer lifestyle. I only work part time and when I am not working I really like this style as my go-to casual look.
Nothing much to say. I think the only alteration I have made is to shorten the leg length slightly. I have gone up a size since I made my first pair out of khaki green silk, to a medium and if t helps you I am pretty much a size 12 in Aus RTW.
My only other comment to make would be that I prefer the small prints to larger ones as I look a lot more "hippy" in the larger prints. However I am too vain to show you the direct front-on shot to prove this.
That won't stop me from wearing these pants though... pyjama comfort, cool for a warm day, too many pluses that win over that minus.
My four photographed iterations so far. I do have one other pair which were my "muslin" that I wear at home but have really the wrong print for me and are the least flattering in that way. They still get worn though.
As a follow up, for those interested. The skort I showed previously (here) had the issue of the shorts leg rolling up and shifting. I did add the gripper elastic as per Jen L's comment (thanks Jen L!). I took the measurement of the elastic length from where the pants hit across my thigh and sewed them in a circle, ensured they were comfortable and then unpicked the hem on the shorts, cut the hem allowance off and then sewed the elastic to the hem so that when flipped to the inside the "grippy" was facing in to the leg and sewed a 3 step zig zag on the top of the elastic as my new hem. This is what they ended up looking like.
...and most importantly they worked. I have never been a big fan of the gripper elastic but as these are custom sized for me, I found them comfortable to work out in and the shorts didn't shift about so much... total win! If you are looking for gripper elastic search on that or silicone backed elastic.
And my first photo above has been taken in my backyard in front of the Jacaranda Tree which is in all it's purple glory at the moment so I leave with a full shot of the tree, taken against a grey stormy sky (which we have a lot of at this time of the year). Ciao kittens...