Okay so I promised you pictures of how I typically wear some of my made garments when I was in Vancouver (for those who missed it - I realized while unpacking that I'd included two me-made garments without really thinking of them as me-mades - just normal clothing). I took some shoddy mirror pictures of the outfits I'd put together for the last two days of meetings, as I normally wear them. Both involve the same boring grey leggings and my black cowboy boots, but they're difficult to see in these pictures.
Cardboard Cafe cardigan. I'll sometimes pair them with a black or grey t-shirt and jeans, but this is my favourite. In fact, it's my favourite outfit period, and I'm considering replicating this tank dress in black (and other colours?) if I can. It's probably the most wearable garment I own, and I feel awesome in it (especially with this cardigan.
Amethyst Henri at Rendezvous (our winter festival) the last weekend of February, nomming on a bannock doughnut. It was an incredibly mild day, so I rocked the sweater with a long-sleeve t-shirt underneath and my trusty Hampton toque. I wear this sweater probably more often than I should, usually just with jeans and a necklace or black scarf.
Do you have any you-made garments that you don't really think of as anything but normal parts of your wardrobe? I remember when I'd deliberately wearing garments I'd made because I'd made them (no matter how poorly they fit or the suited my tastes. I guess this means that the New Years goal I set last year about only making things I'd love and wear has really paid off!