Whether I’m actually planning to sweat through a workout, or looking for more an athleisure look, nothing gets me more motivated than a cute AF outfit. When I feel amazing, I feel like I can accomplish anything! That HIIT class I’ve been scared of. ALL the errands that need to be tackled. Even just a massive sewing day. Wherever I feel like wearing leggings and a cute top, new and fun will help me get shit done!
Rebecca Page has been adding some super cute options to their workout line. I’m obsessed with all the new stuff. But, I have been wanting to make the Lily Leggings since they came out last year and just haven’t had time! This was the perfect opportunity to throw one of the not-new patterns into the blog tour, and for me to finally make them!! (Bonus, I had the pattern printed and prepped already! Time saver right there!)
Lily has some really beautiful options. Chevron front or back, with a side stripe. Plus some kick ass booty shaping pieces! And a POCKET!! I went pretty simple because I only had 1.5 meters of this STUNNING fabric (I’ll talk about that in a minute). I didn’t want to risk cutting multiple pieces and messing up, so I went basic. But, I couldn’t resist adding the pocket!
This fabric though. WOW!!! This fabric is the yoga stretch from Discovery Fabrics. IT IS AMAZING!! I’ve worked with some pretty kick ass athletic fabrics and this one wins hands down. It is a bit pricier than I usually shell out for fabric, because I’m cheap, but this is worth EVERY PENNY!!! Seriously. If you’re looking to make leggings that you can feel comfortable in as pants, while sweating, chasing kids, having brunch; whatever you do in leggings, this is the fabric from which to make them. I need to order a bunch of black, so I can live in black leggings to match all my crazy shirts. But then I need all the colors, because hell yes!! Look at all those colors!!! This fabric matched with the Lily Leggings are the perfect legging. They don’t move anywhere, I can mix and match some super cute options for non-basic pairs, and never wear any other pants again!!
Now, I made up this Josephine last year, shortly after it released and have been meaning to share it with you because I adore it. It is so damn comfy and I feel really cute in it. The mint/teal color is one of my favorites and it looks amazing with leggings, jeans, even a pencil skirt! Plus, it really is the perfect shirt to throw on over a strappy yoga bra/tank before and after class (or at the grocery store). Next I need to make up a really cute bralette with all kinds of cute straps showing in the front!! This one is made from some sort of mystery knit from Fine Fabrics. It is like a sweater crossed with liverpool. So I’m just going to say a double knit and call it a day. Whatever someone might call it, it is comfy, cute, and easy to wear!
This entire week all these talented bloggers will be sharing all kinds of different patterns and ideas from Rebecca Page. I am SUPER excited to see what everyone came up with, and I hope you are too! Plus, Rebecca Page is giving away prizes, of course! So read all the way to the bottom to link to the giveaway and be sure to check out every blogger all week to see what kind of inspiration comes your way!
Be sure to check out all the bloggers Working Out with Rebecca Page:
Monday 24 – Sarcastic Sewist
Tuesday 25 – Sew Much Charm, Sequoia Lynn Sews, Modestly Dolled Up
Wednesday 26 – The Graham Crafter, La Casa Cactus
Thursday 27 – Sewing and the Trivium, Patchwitch
Friday 28 – Blooming Skies
Saturday 29 – Let’s Go Hobby, Just Sew Something
Sunday 1 – D’coudre, Patchwork and Pastry
Plus, enter to win a prize! Daily drawings and one big winner at the end of the week!! Enter HERE <3
22 thoughts on “Working Out with Rebecca Page”
You look awesome as usual! Great job!
I hadn’t really paid much attention to the Josephine jumper. I really like this one
I love the color of the top and the pants look super comfy.
Your shoes match your top! And I love your sews 🙂
Love the leggings. I’ve been thinking about making them since I saw them as well.
Love those colors
This is so exciting, the leggings look great on you and I feel like my measurements are close to yours!
These are the 4-5x (gotta grade for these curves!). I hope you’ll give the leggings a try! They’re so comfortable!
Very pretty outfit; love the colors! I’ve looked at that top several times, and similar ones. I think I’m going to get it, now that I’ve seen your make. I also like the looks of those leggings as well. I think I’m sold on both. Thanks!
I love Rebecca Page patterns; garment sewing has ALWAYS been very intimidating for me, but these patterns have made it possible to learn how to sew easily! Thank you for the tip for the fabric site – always on the hunt for new online fabric stores…
The Josephine paired with the leggings is just WOW!!! Lovely outfit. Discovery Fabrics seem to have great fabrics…i’m envious!
Well done! Very pretty!