The other day I saw this post on OutsaPop’s page and I thought ‘I must post this!’ If you’re like me and you feel like a kid in a candy store at the hardware store then you know why. She spotted these necklaces made by bondhardware that would be easy to DIY and look great with sheer collard shirts!
door chain lock
thread and needle
What to do:
If you have jump rings and pliers open them and slide them onto one side of the chain lock then slide the chain on and do the same on the other side.
Use thread to sew the elastic to the chain lock.
Okay I know kind of cheesy but I couldn’t help it. Anyway during fashion week I saw this jewelry by Kyle Hopkins and I was really intrigued. His jewelry is not only durable, (silver plated with gold) it is meaningful and unique. It looks modernist while retaining the preciousness of an heirloom. He cast his Autum/Winter 2012 collection from (top to bottom) his mother’s eye , his little sister’s ear, his first kiss’ lips, and his own fingerprints. How cool is that?! Although the jewelry is not cheap you know that the pieces are pretty unique as there is not much out there like this.
So this season’s LFW streetstyle post is quite short I just took some pictures of DIY inspiration. London is known for being the city ‘where anything goes’ but what I like about it is that although people can get rather ‘crazy’ you definitely get inspired. Let me just say there was neon everywhere!
Anyone who has hung out with me in the past two months knows that I am obsessed with neon! Hence why I love this outfit on Julia Lang from Geeks and Fashion. Also Check out her Friends Awesome futuristic shades!
Collar detail: she made it herself. Pop some studs onto the collar of a shirt.
She was wearing a Christopher Kane dress. Think about getting bright lace and sewing it like a skirt.
I love Ashish. I probably wouldn’t have worn all three pieces but I think the neon makes it work.
Two of the biggest trends in one: Neon aan
Not really streetstyle but yup Kanye did walk by!
Hello Ladies! This post came at a very good time (at least for me)! I guess you can consider it semi-valetinesy inspiration post! I was just about hitting that time where I need to buy a new round of underwear (which I can put off for a while), when I got a message from Tezenis asking if I wanted to check out their new collection. I had never really been inside Tezenis before (it’s the one on the corner of Oxford/Regent St. outside Oxford Circus station) but I was really impressed by the price/quality factor. I found so much cute underwear with little bows and hearts but nothing too over the top. I was surprised that you could get a comfortable and cute bra and a pair of panties for under £25!
They let me pick a few pieces and I chose this heart print bra which looks adorable against the skin and this ‘shaping’ set which I fell in love with because it looks like lingerie from a 1940s pin-up and it is also practical because I can wear it when i need to ‘hide’ a few things! They also had lounge wear and robes and ‘sexier lingerie’ so it was really hard to narrow it down!!
Also I thought their look book was adorable because it was a little pink book ( can you tell I’m obsessed with pink at the moment). I thought the two pieces below were also ‘pin-up’ worthy!!!
What do you think about my selections? Make sure to check them out for yourself!