Hot! Make This Look Archives

Mtl-archive-small Just a reminder: If you want to view past Make This Looks, I've collected them all over here. If you're a Tumblr user, you can follow MTL and it will appear in your dashboard.

Also, if you like a look, be sure to favorite it on Tumblr. It helps me learn what sort of looks people are drawn to and want to see more of.

Also: Want The Sew Weekly to figure out how to make a particular look? Drop us a line with a link to the original garment as well as a little explanation of why you'd like to make the dress (it can be very short).

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Mena Trott

Mena Trott started The Sew Weekly to document her attempt to sew all of her own clothes in 2010. Since then, she's made over 125 outfits and has way more clothes than she needs.

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  1. Make This Look is one of my absolute favorite features of the blog now!! I want to try so many of them. Thank you!

  2. I love your MTL posts! They’ve already been responsible for adding several projects to my lengthy to-do list of sewing projects – sadly on hiatus until after I take the GRE next month.

  3. I also posted this on gertie’s blog post, but I doubt she’ll pick it for some reason. It doesn’t seem her style. Anyway, I would love some pointers on how to make something akin to this:
    Front
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v21/Angelina79/cocktailculture.jpg
    Back
    http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v21/Angelina79/CocktailCultureback.jpg
    Evening dress by Philip Hulitar ca. 1950 from the Cocktail Culture exhibit at the Rhode Island School of Design’s Museum of Art.

  4. Oh, I forgot to say why I’d want to make something like that dress. The simple reason is that I think it’s absolutely stunning. One of the most striking dresses I’ve ever seen. I can see myself making something in a simple cotton voile with a shorter hemline for more every day wear and then a fancier version for a wedding or special occasion. Help me out, please!