A Parisian designer for you today. I really like this designer's collections especially his couture shows. He uses a lot of texture which I like and his garments are all very sculptured. What do you think?
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I'm so glad it's got warmer (as in no longer freezing) recently. It means I no longer have to wrap up in loads of layers and I only wore one pair of tights today - record! Anyway, I'm wearing my favourite jacket of all time - I've practically lived in it this winter. It's from Vero Moda and was about £60, a real bargain I thought. The top was my Dad's and the skirt I bought on ebay for around about £5.
Firstly, I'd like to say thank you to all of the followers and readers of my blog! I recently found out I'd reached 100 GFC followers - something I never thought I'd do when I started out my blog a few months ago - so thank you for the support!
Secondly, today I gave myself a break from homework (this seems to happen alot!) to create this post for you. As you can probably tell from the title, I managed to create a dress out of an old shirt and a pair of tights. The shirt (My Dad's old one), although the pattern and fabric doesn't exactly appeal to me, I used as the base for the dress. I think mixed with another fabric such as the lace I used, the pattern is toned down a bit and actually looks really good. The white lace tights were too big for me so decided I had to use them for this.
1. First, I cut off the sleeves from the shirt and made any adjustments needed to the size, length etc.
2. Then I cut the tights. All I had to do was cut off the ends and simply attach this to the sleeves.
3. I then used the left over lace from the waistband of the tights to add to the collar. I like how it's slightly gathered here.
4. I could also die or bleach the bottom of the shirt If I wanted to add some more colour to it.
I'm a regular user of websites such as Pinterest and SocialBliss which I use to collect images that inspire me in some way. I find it a lot easier to have everything in one place where I can organise photos into groups and also find new images. I've got loads and loads stored up and these are just a few of them (hopefully they'll inspire you too!).
Hello! I hope those of you who have it, are enjoying the snow at the moment and the days off school/work (I've been using the time productively - not). As many other bloggers have done, I decided the snow was the perfect background for my latest outfit shoot. I do love the way the snow looks - it's so pretty! Anyway, I 'm wearing my plain white shirt (everyone needs one of these) that was one of my Dad's, my spike necklace again (it's now my favourite as it makes every outfit better), a skirt I got on eBay (originally from Miss Selfridge, I think I bought it for around £5). I made the cropped jumper myself. I saw the fabric in the shop and couldn't resist it - I just love the print so much! My shoes are a new purchase from ebay (£25). I'm still not sure about them (I think everyone goes through that stage where they're unsure whether they actually like what they bought). I think it's the pointed toes - I'm not used to wearing this shape but I guess I'll get used to them over time!
Although Zeynep Tosun is another designer I hadn't heard of before today, when I looked up her latest collections I found I actually really liked them and I'm sure you will too! They're all rather unique in their own way and there's just something about them that makes me think 'wow!' when I see them. I've picked out some of my favourites from her collections (you can see the rest here- it's the best website ever!) so you can see her designs for yourself.