I tend to be one of those people who is always cold. I frequently sleep in flannel pants and a hoodie. Somehow, the allure of the shorts and cami pajama set keeps getting me. At least I can pair them with my parrot robe!
As someone who studies the transition to adulthood, I am acutely aware of how others portray themselves as adults. I see on social media that 20-somethings are frequently proud of themselves for “adulting,” whether that means buying vegetables at the grocery store or getting their oil changed. One signature of being an adult for me is wearing real dedicated pajamas rather than that t-shirt from middle school.
Without further ado, here is my white Archer! I’ve been building up this make for quite a while now, so I’m very pleased to finally blog about it. Since I made and blogged a muslin of this pattern, I don’t have as much to say about this make as some of my others.
Now that I’ve been sewing for almost two years, I finally feel comfortable enough to try a button down shirt and jumped on the Archer bandwagon–almost two years after it came out. The Archer is designed as a casual shirt, described as a “loosely fitting button up shirt.” Why do some people say button down and others say button up? Somebody should do a study on that…