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Sobetto with a collar

I was too fussed about my original sobetto. I should have really thought about my fabric  choice, but Rachel from house of pinheiro suggested either I add a collar to the sobetto, or maybe use it as a pyjama top?

Not giving away to much information, but to be honest I don't really wear pyjamas ;) so I opted to add the collar instead.


Truthfully I'm still not convinced with the fabric choice for this sobetto top but with the collar added to it I think I might just wear it! (Thanks Rachel for the suggestion). It's odd to think that I can be full of suggestions and ideas for other people but come my own stuff I just haven't a clue. Left to me this sobetto would have just been dumped in the corner, but with collar I think it will be fine to wear to work.


One thing I really like about adding the collar is that it high lights the scoop at the back more. Which is nice because I actually like exposing that part of my back. It always looks quite toned and tanned even if I do say so myself ;)


The down side of the collar on the sobetto is that it can't really be worn with a cardigan. I've tried but it just doesn't look right. It's the scoop! It's sits much lower than the neck-line of the cardi so the collar can't be worn over the top of it and for that reason I'm just not liking the combination.

So I guess I'll just have to wait for warmer weather. (that could be a while...........)

Comments

  1. Ohh, I really like the added collar... It's looking much better... If you need more details , two cute buttons bellow the colar.. I love details as you can tell lol.. I'm glad my suggestion worked x

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    1. Thank you Rachel!! I have been thinking about the buttons lol! I'm undecided yet though!!

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  2. Looks super - I add buttons on a few I made, just to break the front up and they made the world of difference...J

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  3. It looks great! It fits you really well, and the collar looks great! Maybe if you wear it with something high-waisted and tuck it in it will feel less pajama-y to you.

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  4. Thanks for the tips girls x

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