The Montrose Top is an incredibly versatile pattern and we’re sure it will become a wardrobe workhorse for you! Here are some styling and fabric ideas for you Montrose Top.
The Montrose looks lovely in a solid; dress it up in silk or down in a cotton eyelet for a classic pairing piece.
Go bold in a fun flowy print! Rayon or silk prints really shine in the Montrose, but a light cotton lawn or double gauze is great for a more casual option.
Pair a lace or sheer Montrose with a high-waisted skirt for a fabulous day to night look!
When it comes to fabric, the world is your oyster with the Montrose Top! Depending on what you choose, you can create a perfect daytime top or a stunning special occasion blouse!
Printed lawns and rayons are some of our favorites! We even found a cotton lawn version of the scuba we used on the Rivermont cover!
A special lace makes for a stunning statement Montrose Top; I like laces with a little something different like geometric lines or embroidery.
Here are some extra fun and different fabrics — overprinted guipere lace, unique eyelet, and printed silk mesh.
And, the mega trendy embroidered tulle. Emma One Sock has an incredible variety of these embroidered meshes available right now; these are a few of our favorites, including the one Jenny used in the sample.
Are you planning on making a Montrose Top? What fabrics are you looking at? Make sure you share your tops with us using #MontroseTop on social media so we can see your amazing work!