Me Made June – Days 4-6

I’m really really surprised I did quite well through the weekend with Me Made June. Have to admit that Saturday (day 4), I almost didn’t get dressed, but I had made the commitment and now I have photos to prove that I did it too. Just checking in with a little update here, just in case you’re missing out on my daily updates via flickr. This week I am taking a little breather here on the blog to really hit the shop hard. I’ve got lots to do. Next week, I have something extra fun up my sleeve. I’m actually quite excited about it and it will be a series of posts that will go into the Sewing School. There that’s all I’m going to say.

Day 4
Blouse – Target
Skirt – Me Made
Shoes – Miz Mooz

Day 5
brought to you by the color green – a color I’m rather good at sporting.
Dress – Me Made from Anna Maria Horner’s Socialite dress pattern.
Belt – American Eagle
Shoes – Payless (I know, aren’t they great?)

Day 6
brought to you by the monday morning blues. Yeah, it was really hard to get going this morning.
Cardi – Old Navy
Cami – Banana Republic
Pants – Me Made from Burda Style Bella Pattern
Shoes – Cole Haan



  • Karen - So can I have your whole outfit from day four? Please?ReplyCancel

  • Muddled Style - Ooh, lovely outfits, the skirt in the top pic is stunning! Is that a Ginger?ReplyCancel

    • Sunni - Why yes it is! It was my first, an inaugural Ginger to start the Ginger Sewalong! It’s made from thrifted fabric that is a poly/cotton mix. Was totally fun and easy and is just great to wear every single day! Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Andrea - Your clothes are great, and your shoes are simply the bomb. Seriously, love them all.ReplyCancel

  • Justine - Hiya, I really like your day 6 outfit – comfy looking but so nicely put together. I especially like the way you’ve matched your chunky jewellery with your buttons 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Winnie - I love those pants! I am planning to make myself a pair – would you say they are very difficult? Any especially tricky bits? I have signed up for a sewing class where you can make whatever you like – I’m wondering if I should make those my project of choice?


    • Sunni - Totally do it! No they aren’t too bad. Expect them to be quite large though. My muslin was somewhat gigantic. I remember taking in the sides about 2-3 inches. In fact, I daresay, just cut a size smaller than your measurements for your muslin.ReplyCancel

  • Jolene - those pants are fabulous! Where can I find a pattern for them? And what size did you make? I have almost the exact measurements as you. Love your blog!ReplyCancel

    • Sunni - They are the Bella pants from Burda Style. It’s a downloadable pattern and they were fairly easy to construct. I can’t remember the exact size I made, but I cut the size that was closest to my measurements, but remembered having to take them in quite a bit since the fit was enormous. Would definitely try one size down from what your pattern measurements are. I’ve worn these so much since though! I love these pants!ReplyCancel