Soft cotton black-and-white pattern shirt worn with Mexx cardigan, Zara velvet pants, H&M faux suede creepers, eBay sunglasses, Mom's doctor baghelp of the Pamili tailors my vision is realized - despite it being quite dissimilar to what I had in mind - there are a few technical glitches that I simply had to pick out: the too-stiff collars and cuffs, the almost-impossible button holes that nearly made me take a plier to button the shirts, and the overtly pointy collars.
But I'm just paying them a meagre fee so I shouldn't have complained much, should I?
Anyhow, I have turned these fabrics into shirts and pants. They involved two Liberty-esque paisley fabrics and a soft cotton with black-and-white prints which has a quirky flower print at the edge:
Paisley-print fabric worn with Uniqlo pants, Prada shoes, Marius Morel glasses
Case in point: the paisley print with dark blue background that looks almost batik-like, and the simplicity of the tiny black dots on the other cotton fabric were perhaps the points that seduced the Indonesian tailor into buying the surplus of fabrics all to himself…
Brown paisley pattern shirt worn with Zara blazer, Seed ruffle shirt, Topman bracelets, Celine bags, Zara shoes, Marius Morel glassesP/s: I'm planning to have the brown paisley print leftover to be made into a short-sleeved shirt. What say you?