Our Belmore Jacket is designed to slot perfectly into your existing me-made wardrobe, and you can pair it with our existing range of patterns.
We've rounded up a few pictures of us mixing-and-matching our Belmore Jackets with existing M&B pieces in our wardrobes.
Above, I'm wearing my linen Belmore Jacket with a lawn Waikerie Shirt and linen Glebe Pants. I've been wearing this linen layer to keep the sun off at the beach, and to throw over my existing outfit since the pockets fit everything I take with me when I leave the house!
Below, Leila wears her colour-blocked Belmore Jacket with a merino Tarlee T-Shirt and a forthcoming tapered pants pattern. For this version, Leila scrap-busted denim remnants from her recent Noice Jeans making spree! I love how the different coloured fabrics highlight the design lines (and hidden pockets) of the Belmore.
Above, I'm wearing my cropped Belmore Jacket with a Tarlee T-Shirt and Glebe Pants. I didn't have enough of this outrageously expensive and annoyingly narrow jacquard to cut the pattern as intended, so I omitted the pockets and shortened the jacket. I love the look of this cosy outer-layer.
Below, Leila wears a Torrens Box Top and Glebe Pants with her linen Belmore Jacket. You might have spotted this jacket coming together during our free sew-along video on Youtube! We love this relaxed full-linen look, and how comfortable it is for day-to-day wear!
Perfect for throwing on over a dress, I've paired my Huon Dress with my chambray Belmore Jacket above. I've been enjoying experimenting with making this linen jacket look more casual and relaxed or more elevated, depending on what it's paired with.
Below, Leila wears her denim Belmore Jacket with View A of the Waikerie Shirt and wide-leg Noice Jeans. I love how classy this double-denim combo looks here, especially with the cropped Waikerie Shirt!