Monday, 25 May 2015

The ’70s-Inspired Summer Pieces We Can’t Get Enough Of

If the ’70s trend isn’t the biggest thing this summer, then we don’t know what is. From runways to fashion editorials, the free-spirit vibe of the hippie era is so palpable, and we are thoroughly obsessed. Flared denims, bell sleeves, suede, fringe, and flowy everything are basically all over every shopping destination these days. And if you are a little overwhelmed and don’t know which piece to pick up first, we’re making it easier for you with our all ’70s-inspired shopping guide. Scroll through to channel your inner Jane Birkin or Stevie Nicks with our on-trend picks.
Zara 2595 x
Bell sleeve dressZara, P2595
stradi 1590
Fringe kimonoStradivarius, P1590
Stradivarius 1290 x
Suede crop topStradivarius, P1290
hm 1690
V-neck blouseH&M, P1690
bershka 1495
Off-shoulder topBershka, P1495
HM 5490
Printed silk dressH&M, P5490
Zara 2595
Flare jeansZara, P2595
Suede culottes, F&F
Denim skirt with pockets, Zara, P2,595
mango 4950
Mules, Mango, P4590
zara 6990
Gladiator sandalZara, P6990
mango 1250
NecklaceMango, P1250
mango 1950
Suede belt, Mango, P1950
Oversized sunglasses, F&F
Stradivarius 995
Fedora hat, Stradivarius, P995

Thursday, 21 May 2015

How To Spice Up Your Wardrobe With 5 Power Pieces

Big shoulder pads are so 80s and power dressing isn’t appropriate only for work. First impressions are made outside the office too, and you might have got your lazy day dressing all figured out but, your white tee, ripped jeans, and sneakers look needs a rest. If you’re going through a wardrobe rut or you simply just can’t be bothered, at least throw on something that shows a bit of personality. Perhaps a pair of printed pants or a classic blazer with a modern feel is all you need. Yes, power dressing is all about confidence, but here are 5 power pieces to help spice up your wardrobe.
Printed PantsStandout pants are a chic way to upgrade any basic outfit. Wear them with a crisp top, a rocker tee, or a halter top, these printed pants are a great alternative to a long skirt. Worn with either flats or heels, it can easily take your look from day to night.
Chunky NecklaceGive your outfit a little oomph with a statement piece and go for a big and chunky neck-piece or simply layer your necklaces for the full glam effect.
BlazerA tailored blazer is the classic way to create a more polished look. Keep it classy in vintage style, fold the sleeves, try an unusual color, or accessorize with pins, a blazer is sure way to exude confidence.
Fedora HatFollow in the footsteps of blogger Chiara Ferragni and supermodel Miranda Kerr, and give your look a little edge with fedora hat. Borrowing from the boys never looked so good. Wear it with a dress or a skirt to keep a stylish balance.
fedora hat street style seconds 3
Bold-Colored BagNothing grabs more attention than a bright accessory. Add a striking bag to your wardrobe for a fun way to sweeten things up.

Friday, 15 May 2015

Misyelle BIP on SALE

Discount up to 30% off at Misyelle BIP
Di long weekend ini, yuk ajak teman - teman atau keluargmu ke Misyelle BIP, karena sampai tanggal 17 Mei 2015 bakalan ada promo discount di Misyelle BIP!
So, buruan ke Misyelle BIP

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Wednesday, 13 May 2015


Today I'll be showing you guys a simple way to create pearl bow adornments for your hair - it can be made as a barrette/clip, or glued to a headband to create a pretty, elegant accessory. I've been trying to make something from pearls for quite a long time (for me) and I've always failed. Thank goodness I created something right today or else I'd go crazy... anyway read on to find out how!

You will ned some basic stuff to make these cute hair bows:
Pearls or faux pearls - about 25-30 pieces
Wire - 10-12 inches of pliable wire
Jewelry pliers 
Hair pin or Barrette base or Headband base
Hot Glue gun

Take your wire and find the center. Fold it to mark where it is. On one side, thread about 10-13 beads (depending on the size of your beads and the size of the loop that you want). 

Make a loop and then secure the wire by twisting the loop once or twice. Do the same on the other side.

If you're planning to make the headband bow, you may stop threading the pearls here. You'll be left with two spokes of wire.
Thread your bead as shown in the photo. Pull the wires taut and twist tightly on the other side.
Cut the excess wire off and stick it to your headband base.

Ta-da! Easy peasy cute headband. Now for that other bow...

Remember you were left with those two wire spokes? Well, thread about 3-4 beads onto one side.

Next, loop the end to secure the beads. Cut off the excess wire and then do the same to the other side.
Glue on the middle bead with hot glue or super-strength glue.
Glue it onto your barrette base or hair clip and you are done!
This is a really cute accessory for those days when you just feel girly and want to dress up or for attending an event. What do you think - loving it or hating it? Share the love and leave me lovely comments! Heehee. I love hearing from you guys - anyway, I hope you guys have a great week! :)

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Misyelle Greatest Sale

Yuk buruan belanja tas Misyelle, karena dari tanggal 13-31 Mei 2015, Misyelle ngadain promo untuk para Misyellelovers!
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