This is a shot of the cute litte button I've used. It's another vintage button from the op shop, made from some kind of shell. You can see the colours quite well in this shot.
While I was threaded up in orange I made some shorts as well. These are BWOF 07-09-113 which were cuffed, but I've left the cuff off. The waistband facing is leftover purple denim from my recent skirt and jeans (it's almost all gone now) and the pocket bags are from the same purple lining as the jacket. The zipper was from stash (op shop purchase more than ten years ago) and the button was from a $10 for a kilo bag I bought at the button shop in Newtown a few years ago. I plan to wear this with a white t shirt and an aqua cardigan I saw at the op shop. I like the tacky golf-shorts feel of this garment.
Something screwy is going on with formatting so I apologise for this being all over the place!
Last up is a long forgotten refashion that I discovered in a plastic tub, while doing a bit of a cleanup after being inspired by Peter at Male Pattern Boldness and his stash organisation. I discovered quite a few unfinished things and bits of fabric I had completely forgotten about, so you may see more tomorrow. This is a black, orange, mustard and chartreuse boucle cut down from an oversized 50c skirt op shop skirt. Ironically, it goes perfectly with the chartreuse version of the checked jacket I made last year.