Here are some of the shirts and dresses that have been inspiring us:
Katherine made View B of our Waikerie Shirt with our short, band sleeves. She added on a pocket and played with the stripe direction on the pocket!
We love this bold tiger print from Annemarie! She used View A of the Waikerie Shirt with short-sleeve bands and Ruby Star Society fabric.
Janet did an incredible job pattern matching this gorgeous linen. She made View A of our Waikerie Shirt
Sara used a vintage linen bedsheet to make this gorgeous shirt! This is View A of our Waikerie Shirt with our unique sleeve bands.
We love this View A of the Waikerie Shirt on Eleanor. This soft print vintage fabric reminds us of a Liberty print fabric.
How gorgeous is this bold printed rayon on Destinee? This is View A of the Waikerie Shirt
Melizza made a gorgeous bold blue Waikerie Shirt with short sleeves. This colour is so gorgeous, and reminds us of Leila's Waikerie Dress
Jenna's Nani Iro double gauze View B of the Waikerie Shirt is a winner! Swipe to see some close-up details of the cuff and back pleat.
Leila and I love some monochrome, and this black and white check on Chantel is great! We love how the fabric accentuates the boxy fit of this View B Waikerie Shirt!
Charlie made a gorgeous View A of the Waikerie Shirt in this great floral print fabric.
If you zoom in you can see that Emily's Waikerie Shirt is covered in lightning bolts!
How great does this View A of the Waikerie Shirt look?
Megan tested our Waikerie Shirt and we love this View B in gorgeous seafoam-coloured linen.
Harriet made a glorious View B of our Waikerie Shirt - check out the gorgeous embroidered Nullarbor Cami getting a cameo in the background!
Last, but certainly not least is Lydia in View A of our Waikerie Dress (which is currently available as an expansion to our Waikerie Shirt pattern). We love the totally on-brand blush-coloured dress, but are also blown away by the bright blue.
Your favourite Waikerie?
We're seeing lots of Waikerie shirts and dresses that we love! Some are subtle prints, bold prints, gentle plain fabrics and bold plain fabrics- they all look great! What would you make?