This week we’re featuring two patterns from 2014 that were hot then and just as hot today. First up we’ll take a closer look at Hawt Sands by Teresa Gregorio!
Hawt Sands by Teresa Gregorio
Hawt Sands is for warm-weather fun! A totally cute tunic-length vest, this knit can be paired with shorts or jeans for a casual summertime stroll, or work as a bathing suit coverup for lounging around your favourite swimming locale. Knit flat, this hooded piece is a relaxing knit with flattering shaping and adorable wave and seahorse intarsia detail to adorn your waist. Whether poolside, lakeside, seaside, or streetside, Hawt Sands makes a great addition to your wardrobe!
Super Cute and Flattering!
Hawt Sands is designed to fit with 0” of ease. Please choose the size which is closest to your actual bust measurement.
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Worn as a tee, a vest over a tee or a long sleeved tee, or a bathing suit cover up – however you shake it, Hawt Sands is adorable! Warm weather knitting at it’s best. Teresa and I know you’ll love it!
before their time: 2014
Hawt Sands by Teresa Gregorio and Beech Street by Andrea Sanchez
Hawt Sands & Beech Street
Sure! It was only last year, but things more fast in the fashion world! One day you’re in and the next day you’re out. Not the case for Hawt Sands and Beech Street! To celebrate, snag each pattern for only $4 this week.
Looking so cute!
A hooded tee with a little colorwork and texture perfect for a summer day, Hawt Sands is a flattering tunic length top great for a beach coverup or over patterned shorts.
Brioche has been popping up everywhere lately and it’s celebrated to the max in Beech Street, an all over brioche vest in two colors for a completely reversible look.
Snag each pattern for $4 this week! They are sure to be super fashionable for years to come.
This week we’re featuring two patterns from 2013 that were hot then and just as hot today. Today I’m talking more about one of my absolute favorite designs – El Matador!
It’s hard to pick a favorite design – I’ve got over 90 of them at this point
(crazy!) but El Matador has to be in my top 5 favorite designs of all time. I think it sums up my design style really well – simple shape but fun to get there. Kind of overall weird, but stylish and wearable.
I feel like people are sometimes confused about when to wear a cape, but the answer is any time! You wear it just like a jacket style cardigan. Here I’ve styled El Matador for a summer picnic, with a simple summer dress, tote, and sunhat so you’ll be playing bocce ball like a champ! Bring your El Matador to keep you warm as the party heads into evening.
And when the summer starts turning cooler, throw your El Matador on just like you would a light jacket! Here I’ve styled it with some bold skinny jeans, a striped long sleeved tee, a great cross body bag (that you’d put on before you put on your cape!), and even a hat! For me hat season starts mid September. I’ve got a TON of them so I’ve got to make it count!