Iris Bralette: This bralette combines four different fabrics all in shades of light pink, and all from the same source: Spandex World. The cradle is milliskin, the cups are matte glissenette, the back band is powernet, and the lining is a stretch mesh.
Tanja Boyshort: This is a super soft rayon/spandex print from Girl Charlee.
Iris Bralette: Lace is from Cindy Lace Show on Etsy, pink piping elastic along the neckline and underarm edge is from Sew Sassy, pink 1/2" strap elastic and plush picot elastic are from Tailor Made Shoppe.
Tanja Boyshort: 3/8" plain picot elastic is from saleandbargain on Ebay.
Iris Bralette: I wanted to play with having sheer cups (and back extension) with lace overlays. The only difficult part is finding all the fabrics in matching colors. I took a chance and ordered the fabrics from the same source, and luckily they match decently well. The lace is more of a lavender than pink, but I think it still goes well with the other fabrics.
Tanja Boyshort: Along with the floating gusset, my other pet peeve about most boyshorts is that the leg openings are usually finished with a plain folded back hem. I feel like this gets stretched out during the day and then too much of my bum cheek hangs out the back. I prefer to feel secure, so I created an option for the boyshort that has an elastic finish on the leg.
Is this set looking familiar? After yesterday's post about creating the strappy pattern hack for the Elodie Briefs, I decided to make this my set of the week. This also uses the same lace fabric as last week's set, aqua lace.
Even though my valentine is far away this year, I made myself a pretty (and comfortable!) magenta lace set for Valentine's Day!
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