Riley Blake Paper Daisies is a new fabric line from one of my favorite designers at Riley Blake, Sue Daley. I always fall in love with the colors and prints in Sue’s collections and Paper Daisies is no exception.
My partnership with Riley Blake is such that they send me fabric in exchange for posting and promoting. I love to sit down with my kids and look at the upcoming lines and see what jumps out at them. This pretty geometric print immediately caught my daughter’s eye. She’s always looking for unique designs and prefers anything but florals and this is right up her alley. When it arrived at our house we both fell in love with the tiny scale and gorgeous colors.
Payton on the other hand still loves florals and anything cheerful and fun. This sweet grey floral reads both precious and cute and also kinda vintage 60’s boho too. I was leaning towards a fun midi length version of this skirt to play up that 60’s vibe but she really wanted a shorter version. In the end, she’s the one wearing it so she wins 😉
There are so many adorable prints in this line from the bold main floral to the subtle dandelion. The gorgeous color palette of peach, coral, pinks, and grey is so pretty. They’re colors I’m drawn to again and again.
For my Sophie’s dress, I used the Spencer from Violette Fields Threads. I sewed one up for my cute little niece and have been wanting to make one for my girls ever since. It’s a classic style with a few options to choose from. I did the sleeveless version with a straight skirt (there are puff 3/4 sleeves and an optional tiered skirt). We wanted something classic and simple. Honestly though, before we picked buttons it was looking very much like a nightgown. The style is a little young for her and it was tricky to style it to her liking. I sewed up a size 8 width and added 3 inches to the 9/10 length. It still ended up ‘vintage’ length (also known as pretty darn short). She loves it paired with sneakers but will most likely wear it with tights, boots, and a cardigan as the weather cools off here. I think this style is adorable but will probably not make it again for her. It’s so sweet and I do think I’ll try it for little sis but maybe in a more lightweight fabric.
Payton’s skirt is the Soliel Skirt from Lil Luxe Collection (also in the Project Run and Play Shop). It’s a quick and fun pattern for a faux button front skirt, elastic back waistband in knee, midi, and maxi lengths. There are optional suspender straps and pockets. I will make this pattern over and over again until my kids no longer fit it. It’s such a timeless style and is so easy to wear. I paired it here with a Modkid Perfect Tee in Riley Blake Aqua knit. It’s an outfit she can wear to school, church, or on weekends. She likes things comfortable and this is perfection in her book.
Thanks for stopping by! We hope you love this adorable new line as much as we do!