*Just as a note since you may have noticed there is no link party this week… Linky tools is now charging for the accounts and I have not decided whether or not I want to pay since I told my husband the blog wouldn’t cost me money (besides sewing I do anyway) I love to see projects so you can leave a link to your projects on the challenge page Here 

This week over at Project Run and Play the challenge was adult inspired. I was really happy about this one because I love making adult styles adapted for my little one. Is there anything sweeter than seeing mini adults? I looked through my stash of bookmarked folders and when I saw this look I knew it was the one:

I can’t remember where it came from, But I loved the look.
The military inspirations, the khaki color, the belted waist. I loved it all.

To make it appropriate for my little one I changed the “dress” from the picture to a tunic, I made a comfy pair of skinny pants out of super soft stretch corduroy, in some dusty rose to add some color to the outfit. The cropped Jacket has 3 larger tabs to adjust to her size. I made it out of a light and soft cotton so that it is child friendly and can easily transition from late winter to spring. The pleated sleeves add subtle style as well as making them roomy and comfortable. 

Some of my favorite things from this weeks look was the necklace, I made it to look like she was wearing her “mother’s pearls” since it plays well with the Adult made Children’s look challenge. 
I also love the sweet pleated detail on the tunic and the broad shoulder straps that offer a little more coverage.
Oh and she can totally climb a tree and run around like crazy playing like a little kid should play, she just looks really cute while doing it ūüėČ

Lastly and my favorite piece of the week. I have been in love with the ankle slouch boots that are everywhere right now. So I just had to make my own for my little miss.
Overall it was a really fun challenge to create for.
So head on over and vote at project run and play
Tutorials will come later