Sewing Pattern Reviews DIY Palazzo Pants – McCalls 6515 Pattern: McCalls 6515 (oop) | Fabric: SimilarWide leg pants, especially in prints are really hard to find for taller women. I have always wanted a collection of breezy, printed pants to rock during the spring and summer seasons, so I decided to whip up a pair.I styled this whole look with the 70’s in mind and since the 70’s looks are rolling back around in trend, I thought this look was definitely appropriate.I paired my pants with an old off the shoulder tee from Arden B. that I’ve had for years, black heels, and sunnies.I’ve worn these pants twice already, once with flats and the other with heels, and have gotten so many compliments and inquiries on where I got them from! *blushes*For my non-sewers, I put together these items for you to shop.Photography by Beckley & Co. Posted in:Sewing Pattern ReviewsTagged:Sewing Pattern Reviews Share Previous DIY Sleeveless Coat - Butterick 6244 Next DIY Crop Top and Wide Leg Pants | Simplicity 1283 and Vogue 9075 8 replies on “DIY Palazzo Pants – McCalls 6515” I love the pants and you look great in them. I also like your style of clothes and look forward to following your site.Blessings,Jerilynn Reply So cute! I’ll bet those pants will transition into Fall nicely, too. FWIW, looks like you can still get McCalls 6515 on the McCall’s website, even though it is out of print. Reply Thanks, Faye! Reply Thank you! Reply Great look! Reply Love them! Reply Thank you, Angela! Reply I love these, you’re nicely styled. GORGROUS! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.