Wednesday, 7 December 2016

DIY BRIAN ATWOOD FLOWER SANDALS


When I saw these Brian Atwood Flower Sandals {on sale in white for $860} I fell head over heels and then immediately thought about my DIY Flower Hair Clips I made specifically as decorations for my Christmas tree last year. I couldn’t resist whipping up my own pair because it was just too easy! Even if you’re starting from scratch, this project is simple and really offers so much bang for your buck. I think these would be the perfect wedding shoes in white or color coordinating with your maids… and finding a pair of satin ankle strap sandals is a cinch right now! {this pair already has a bedazzled heel!}

Since I already had my flower clips made and hanging on my cow skull above my mantel, I simply pulled a few off and clipped them on the straps of my Jean-Michel Cazabat sandals. You could also simply use self-adhesive velcro, elastic and/or ribbons or strings to tie the flowers on to achieve this look. If you’re not worried about being able to wear your sandals without your flowers, like I am, you can simply glue your flowers directly to your shoes using a hot glue gun or mod podge.

Simply clip them on the outer ankle straps… or glue, tie, elastic, however you choose to. So simple and so pretty! Embellish the heel with mod podge and glitter or with tiny crystals for pretty wedding shoes!

VOILA!


Tuesday, 6 December 2016

8 Shoes To Get You in a Festive Mood This Season

It’s official: Christmas season is here. And that means, you can start thinking about what to wear to all those holiday parties lined up on your calendar. So since it’s time to put on your party shoes, we scoured some of our favorite high street brands and found the perfect holiday pairs to get you in a festive mood this season. Whether you’re looking for a classic red pump, glittery flats you can wear all night, or a furry heel that you can wear on Christmas and beyond, check out these statement shoes that will make even the simplest outfit look more festive.
Take your pick below:
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Strappy High Heeled ShoesPhp1990Bershka
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Sandrine Glitterati in PyritePhp3995Yosi Samra
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Faux Fur Vamp SandalsPhp2995ZARA
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Double Decker Glitter SneakersPhp3095Keds
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Blue Velvet Sandals, Php6450, Massimo Dutti
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Metallised Court Shoes with Ankle BraceletPhp2290Stradivarius
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Jewel SandalsPhp2795Mango
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Ankle BootsPhp2290H&M

Thursday, 1 December 2016

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Wednesday, 30 November 2016

10 Lazy Girl Outfits That Look Polished AF

With everything that happens during a week, the last thing we girls need to be worrying about is coordinating our outfits. For me, the key to looking “put-together” is owning a couple statement accessories (like a favorite watch, belt, or pair of shoes) to spruce up a look. It’s all about finding a balance between style and comfort. Girls like to be lazy sometimes, but that doesn’t mean your wardrobe needs to suffer for it! Here are 10 lazy girl outfits that actually look polished AF!

1. A Jumpsuit + Benhil Trav

Jumpsuits are fun, flirty, and effortlessly stylish. You don’t have to worry about mixing pieces together – just slip it on and you’re ready to face the day 


2. A Romper + Lene Sling

Rompers are like mini jumpsuits. They’re perfect for the warmer seasons and easy to accessorize with a bomber jacket or strappy sandals.

3. Overalls + Grandy Draw

Denim will never go out of style, and overalls are the perfect alternativeto squeezing into uncomfortable skinny jeans! You can pair this piece with anything from a loose sweater to a crop top!


4. T-Shirt and Shorts + Lucifor Sling

If you’re anything like me, you basically live in this outfit combo. It’s easy to switch up this look by alternating the colors and fabrics of both pieces! I usually aim for a frocket on the shirt and distressed detailing on my shorts!


5. Shirt dress + Sherina SLing

The shirt dress definitely is one of my go-to lazy girl outfits. I can dress it up with a statement necklace or a fancy pair of wedges, but play it down by adding a cardigan or a pair of sneakers for added comfort.

6. Oversized Sweater and Leggings + Aneke Tote

I believe leggings are God’s gift to the world of fashion. Plus, over-sized sweaters may be the comfiest article of clothing a lazy girl could wear. To polish up this look, try adding a belt or a scarf.

7. Activewear + Benhill Trav

“Athleisure” is becoming a trend simply because of the comfort it brings us lazy girls. This look is sporty yet chic, and you can run from the gym to class in style!


8. Maxi Skirt + Moreno Sling

Maxi skirts provide the ease of the t-shirt dress, but also act as a cover up when you haven’t shaved in a couple days… Just throw on your favorite black tank top and you’re good to go!


9. Jogger Pants + Maggie Sling

Jogger pants are a step up from sweatpants, but just as comfortable. They offer a more feminine and elegant (almost bohemian) look that requires minimal effort.


10. Jeans and Cardigan + Maggie Sling

For those days when you’d like to look a little extra polished, a loose cardiganis really all you need. You can layer items or add a detailed top underneath.


DIY VELVET AND PEARL RIBBON HAIR ACCESSORY, NECKLACE, BELT, TIEBACK

DIY pearl velvet ribbon

I’m so excited to be DIYing again! Though I’ve done a few here and there, it feels like it’s been SO LONG since I’ve had time to be open for new inspiration and creativity AND THEN have time to make it too. So fun!

I love a good accessory that works for so many different things. I saw this as an accent on a Chloe dress {scroll down for my inspiration photo} and thought it would look so pretty not only as a dress embellishment, but as a belt, necklace, a curtain tieback, and mostly, as a pretty hair accessory worn so many different ways. I made another use-for-everything pretty accessory a few months ago that’s much simpler and quicker to do, but different. You can find here: DIY Looping Circles Accessory Ribbon.

WHAT YOU’LL NEED…

DIY pearl velvet ribbon

* Velvet ribbon. I used a flat Velvet Band 1-1/2 Inch Wide because that’s what I had. If you can find a heavy/drapy rope style velvet ribbon, you can skip a few of my steps below {& maybe get a better/heavier result}
* Pearls. I used white plastic craft pearls {medium} and tiny seed bead pearls
* Needle, thread, scissors.

STEPS…

DIY pearl velvet ribbon

1. Cut your ribbon between 40-50″ long {depending on what you want to use this for, and or, depending on your height and size} For instance, if you want to wear it as a belt, measure it to fit your waist with at least 6 inches at each end for pearls, and enough room to tie it as well.

2. Fold the edge of your velvet over, then in half, and stitch the edge together go give it a nice finished end.
3. Hiding the end of your knotted thread inside the ribbon folds {with the needle coming out through the top}, thread your large pearl through the needle then your seed bead on top…
4. Now thread your needle BACK through your large bead AGAIN and down into the velvet to secure it. I threaded my needled directly into the spot where my next pearl would go and continued with each, pulling the them tightly into place. You may knot each pearl separately, but I did it after setting three into place.
5. You will have 3 rows of pearls; one at the edge and one on either side. It will begin by looking like the last photo above… and continue looking something like the photo below. Try to keep your pearls in straight lines.
DIY pearl velvet ribbon

I wanted my ribbon the same width and thickness throughout, so I hem-stitched the edges until I reached about 7 inches away from the opposite end when I began hand-beading my pearls on again. I spaced out the last 4 pearls nearest the center, a little more than the others for gradation effect. You can place them as close or as far apart as you like. You can also measure and mark it if it will help.

DIY pearl velvet ribbon

MY INSPIRATION…

chloe dress

Chloe dress $2,695 | Editorial from Elle Magazine, June 2013 | Photo from My Fashion Database

VOILA… VOILA! SO MANY USES!

* Think about the coming holidays!
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DIY pearl velvet ribbon
DIY pearl velvet ribbon
DIY pearl velvet ribbon
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low twisted ponytail, hair accessory DIY
DIY pearl velvet ribbon curtain tieback


Tuesday, 29 November 2016