Black coat, Part II

It took me so long my dear readers, but I am still here and as promised the modeling pics of the finished coat are also here now. .-)
I used the same pattern (Burda, 9/2007, Mod. 104) as for the pink coat only I did modified few things like the length, made the coat a more rounded (egg form) and added some details: contrast stitching, leather trimming and snaps covered with fabric.
The material I used is very softy virgin wool, for the lining I opted for violet rayon in satin quality.

What do you think yay or nay?

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Black coat Made by me (virgin wool)

Detail of the  contrast stitching and  golden leather trimming, purse Chanel Jumbo, orange gloves Escada

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Detail of the golden leather trimming, purse and brooch Chanel , orange gloves Escada

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Black coat Made by me, purse and brooch Chanel , orange gloves Escada, orange scarf Hermès

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Black coat Made by me, brooch Chanel , orange gloves Escada, orange scarf Hermès Literature, scarf ring Hermès

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Inside the coat: contrast lining and detail of the snaps covered with fabric

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Close up, Brooch Chanel,  scarf Hermès, black caot Made by me

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Sort of happy with my last addition to my wardrobe Made by me! .-)

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9 thoughts on “Black coat, Part II

  1. Kabat je naprosto uzasny…na pohled i na dotek;) a ty oranzove detaily jsou proste paradni!!!
    Tak jaka je pristi vyzva…zluty kabatek ve stylu Audrey H.???Uz se tesiiiim!!!

    • Diky Jani. Jo, jo asi zluty kabatek, ale nevim nevim, jak prekonat sama sebe a najit 30 – 40 hodin casu na tak velkolepy ukol. Ovsem, clovek nikdy nevi. Nechme se prekvapit!:-)

  2. Love, love, love it!!! 😀 – chic, stylish and special just like you and at the same time classic and elegant, so you’ll definitely have fun with it for a long time. Sure hope to “borrow” it soon. Thehe, kisses me 😀

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    7. Le moment o ils se prcipitent vers nous pour nous faire des clins et des bisous quand on leur rend visite, et qu’ils ont plein de choses nous montrer et nous dire.
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    FAMILLE La septime Journe de la Tante a eu lieu le dimanche 26 juillet aux Etats Unis. J’ai lanc cette initiative en 2009 afin de rendre hommage toutes les tantes: tantes par le sang, tantes adoptives pour les enfants de leurs amies, marraines, bref, toutes les femmes qui jouent un rle actif dans la vie d’un autre enfant que le leur. J’ai proclam cette journe parce que j’estimais qu’il tait temps de reconnatre la gnrosit des femmes l’gard des enfants qui font partie de leur entourage. Une tante est l pour prter une oreille attentive, partager des moments privilgis et prendre soin avec amour de ses nices et neveux, ds leur naissance et au fur et mesure qu’ils grandissent. Bien des femmes sans enfants ne mnagent pas non plus leurs efforts envers les enfants du monde entier. Ces bonnes fes mritaient bien une journe en leur honneur!
    20. Les questions qu’ils posent sur la vie, qui nous font nous demander combien d’autres questions gniales ils ont encore en rserve, et penser toutes celles qui ne nous taient jamais venues l’esprit.
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    The third and final myth that I really want to bust is that going raw has to be all or nothing. No, not at all. Over the years I have been at all places on the dietary spectrum, from eating all junk and lots of meat to all raw vegan and everywhere in between. Nowadays I eat pretty much 100% raw vegan all the time (there are a few occasional exceptions, but these are a very rare event), but that’s simply because I feel and look my best when I do but I don’t treat eating raw as a religion. When eating raw becomes a “must do” rather than a “want to”, that’s when it starts to become unhealthy. So being clear on your values and having your Big Why at the core of your eating habits ensures that you keep your emotional energy high which will greatly assist you in eating more raw and feeling happy about it but what level you choose to go to is entirely personal to you and can and most likely will change ongoingly as you and your diet evolve. The key criteria for all of this has to be that you are happy with what you’re doing, and are consistently feeling better for it in every way, otherwise why would you do it?
    Since then my, how things have changed! There’s more books, resources, foods, theories, promoters, restaurants you name it, there’s more of it! And yes, ultimately this is a great thing. the only thing that frustrates me just a little are the myths that are created out of thin air and then get passed around like Chinese whispers and are taken as gospel! So because I’m keen for people NOT to sign up to a “truth” that’s not true, here’s my contribution to blowing these myths out of the water!Myth 1: Talking about “THE” Raw Food Diet
    And so for me to say “I eat a raw food diet” is equally unhelpful. I could major on greens, salads and sprouted foods (which is, loosely speaking, the ideal in my opinion), or I could eat predominantly complicated raw gourmet dishes mostly made in the dehydrator followed by raw chocolate cake every night. Again, very different foods which will definitely result in differing levels of health and vitality but all raw foods nonetheless.
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