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Category: Brume

Camille | May 31 2016

Tomorrow will be the start of Indie Pattern Month 2016, a celebration of the sewing community and independent sewing patterns! This year, Deer&Doe is a sponsor for the Hack It! contest, which will take place June 15th to 21st and encourages you to mix and tweak your favorite patterns. You have a chance to win […]

Eléonore | May 18 2016

The sun is finally shining and we are planning our dream spring wardrobe! Here is a small selection of what has been inspiring us lately 🙂 Sureau (modified) – Anémone (modified) – Mélilot – Chardon Centaurée – Brume – Arum Tell us, what’s in your spring wardrobe? Do you have any favorite Deer&Doe patterns for […]

Eléonore | May 11 2016

I love to sew garments that fit with the rest of my wardrobe. Once I’ve picked the fabric, I like to imagine the different combinations I’m going to bring to life! Today I’m focusing on my long navy Brume skirt, one of the most versatile pieces in my dressing despite its pronounced style lines! Here […]

Camille | March 23 2016

Key piece for spring 2016, the button-down shirt is worn this year in all kinds of variations! Here are a few ideas to style Mélilot 😉 Urban or retro? With Mélilot, it’s your pick: depending of what details and fabric you choose, you can give this shirt a completely different look! It can be worn […]

Camille | March 21 2016

You might have wondered if the princess-seamed bodice of the Zéphyr dress was compatible with the Brume skirt. Indeed it is! We named this very femme fatale pairing the “Zébrume” dress 🙂 When we updated the Brume skirt pattern to the new packaging, we also slightly narrowed the front panel so that its lines match […]