I had the pleasure of testing the new Juliet bodysuit and circle skirt for PSCO the last couple of weeks. The bodysuit has so many options and both that and the circle skirt are flattering on everyone! They’re both still on sale through March 12 at Midnight.
XS – 3X
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Bodysuit:Three height options petite, regular and tall
Two booty coverage cuts full and cheeky
Two front necklines crew and low cut
Two back necklines high and low
Five different sleeve lengths and a flutter sleeve
Two leg closures elastic or bands
Snap crotch option
Circle Skirt: Mini and midi length lines
A knit with at least 50% four way stretch
I made the circle skirt with the red faux suede, which is also stocked in black. Although it doesn’t have 50% stretch each direction it has just enough stretch for the waistband. The skirt features a fold over waistband, which I halved the height of!
I used a few different fabrics for the bodysuit but one of my favorites was supplex lined with techsheen HOLY SUPPORT and then I did a lace overlay. It has so much support I don’t need to wear a bra and it’s like wearing spanx AND I think I could eat a whole cake and no one would know haha.
I also made the bodysuit REVERSIBLE so I only have to bring one shirt on a long weekend. Winning! Haha. I just sewed it as the directions say but used another fabric as the lining. When you’re wearing it one of the ways the leg band seams will be exposed but I’m not walking around wearing just a bodysuit so I didn’t care!
This bodysuit would be peeerfect in circular knit especially for summer since it’s MOISTURE wicking. It’s nice because you can dress it up with the lace, wear it with jeans or any skirt, or even shorts. It is so versatile and would be perfect in so many of the Phee Fabrics. You could even make it in circular knit or nylon spandex lined with swim lining for a bathing suit!
For those of you with daughters there is also a girl’s pattern that is also on sale! I haven’t had a chance to make it yet but I’m sure the drafting is just as superb as it is in the women’s.