This might sound like a complicated project, but Dixon didn’t sew a completely new blazer. Instead she trimmed and snipped the adult version and turned it into a relaxed, comfortable fit for her son.
“I searched from one end of the internet to the other, and I only found one, incredibly expensive, designer blazer that I couldn’t rationalize, no matter how cute it was. And I couldn’t really stomach the thought of making a blazer from scratch with all those time consuming tailored details, only to have Atti grow out of it in a few months. So a wardrobe refashion was my only option.”
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