The wedding took place on Martha’s Vineyard last weekend. To say it was a fabulous time would be a huge understatement. Not only was it the most extravagant wedding I’ve ever attended, it was a chance to spend time with my far-flung children. They were truly the “icing on the cake” of the whole affair, and a reminder that being their dad is the best thing in the whole wide world.
So here’s how it all turned out … Suit and shirt fabrics from Elliot Berman Textiles. Neck tie – vintage cotton knit Pierre Cardin, found on Etsy.
I added a pick stitch detail to the lapels, chest pocket and pocket flaps. I love this kind of customized detail. It really makes it MY suit. End result … A slightly rumpled, yet classic, summer suit. I felt like a million bucks wearing it!
At the reception with my son and daughter. (She made her silk kimono dress BTW)
And we can’t leave out Evan, the stylish Westcoast boyfriend!
And lastly, here I am with my Brother in law, father of the groom. (AKA nicest guy in the whole world).
So ends another project. Thanks to all of you who offered words of encouragement as I navigated the world of tailoring. It’s been a journey! The suit is headed off to the cleaners, and I need to plot my next sewing project. Something for fall, my favorite season. Cheers!