Tuesday, 30 December 2014

See Stars in Marsala, Pantone’s 2015 Color of the Year

Well, 2015 certainly is going to have some flavor to it!Pantone just announced that Marsala, a rich reddish brown hue, is next year’s must-have color. “It’s a color that’s equally as versatile on the body, in cosmetics or in the home, and that really makes it universal,” says Pantone Color Institute’s executive director, Leatrice Eiseman.
A warming blend of red and brown with pink and caramel undertones, Marsala has the same depth and complexity as the Sicilian cooking vino of the same name. “It is such a deliciously warm shade, you can almost taste it just by looking at it,” Eiseman, says. “It’s often associated with elegance and sophistication, yet has down-to-earth roots so it’s easy to embrace.” And as it turns out, stars and designers—including Blake Lively (pictured above, in Gucci), Christopher Kane, Olivia Palermo (inNina Ricci), and Jenny Packham—have already fallen for it. Stylist Kate Young, who works with Emilia Clarke, Rachel Weisz, andMichelle Williams, is also a fan: “It’s a great anecdote to all the neons we’ve been seeing,” she says. So how can you wear it? Pair it with a neutral tone, like navy or black, or try a complementary color, like mustard. Another way to indulge: Swipe it on your lips. “This color flatters the mouth’s natural pigments, so it works for everyone,” says beauty guruBobbi Brown.
If you’re not sure the hue is for you, Eiseman has a solution. “The best way to get accustomed to a color is to use it in a print with other colors you really really love,” she suggests. “So if you’re just trying to introduce it to yourself, do it with small accents that are less expensive.”

Monday, 29 December 2014


Hi there, sorry for the missed post yesterday! It's been a long day of studying for exams. Anyway, today I'd like to share a little DIY project I made over the weekend. I really love the geometric trend going on, and it inspired me to make this geometric diamond necklace. It was super easy and fun to do, cost almost nothing and has already brought me compliments. I hope you'll enjoy it!

You need:

- a chain necklace and a jumpring
- a paintbrush and paint (No paint? Nail polish works fine too!)
- a small scrap piece of leather (genuine or synthethic), approx. 1.5" x 1.5"
- tape and scissors
- an awl or a needle

1. Draw the outline of the diamond shape on the piece of leather. Cut the shape out of the leather with scissors, making sure to cut just inside the pen marks so you don't have any lines showing.

2. Draw the inner lines.

3. Cover with tape, leaving one area exposed.

4. Paint the exposed area. Let dry.

5. When it's completely dry, slowly remove the tape. 

6. Repeat steps 3, 4, 5 until you have painted the whole shape.

7. Make a tiny hole at the top of the pendant, using an awl or a needle. Spread open the jump ring and pass one end through the hole in the pendant. Put a necklace chain inside the jump ring before pinching it closed.

8. VoilĂ , you're done! Wear it proudly.

I hope you will enjoy making your own geometric diamond necklace, in any colors you fancy! Thanks for stopping by, and have a lovely day!

Sunday, 28 December 2014

Misyelle in Color of The Year

Pantone has announced the color of the year : Marsala
And this is it! Misyelle's bag with color of the year. Complete you style with this bags, and you'll look more fashionable, Misyellelovers.

IDR 269.900

IDR 259.900

IDR 249.900

IDR 249.900

IDR 259.900,00

IDR 284.900

Joanne Sling

IDR 219.900

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Saturday, 27 December 2014

How To Wear Color of The Year

Move over, Radiant Orchid! Pantone just crowned Marsala the color of the year for 2015.
“Sensual and appealing, Marsala is a compelling and cordial tone that nurtures; exuding confidence and stability while feeding the body, mind and soul,” the color experts at Pantone said in their announcement.
So, what does all of this mean for you? Heavy pours of this mauve, red wine-like color are about to flow into your closet, makeup bag, and home.
The color is warm, and “the burnished undertones keep it down-to-earth,” says Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of the Pantone Color Institute. Pair it with a neutral (think navy or black) or try a complementary color, such as mustard. Another way to indulge: Swipe it on your lips. “This color flatters the mouth’s natural pigments, so it works for everyone,” says beauty guru Bobbi Brown.
Not sure the hue is for you? “The best way to get accustomed to a color is to use it in a print with other colors you really really love,” Eiseman says. “So if you’re just trying to introduce it to yourself, do it with small accents that are less expensive.”
And there’s no need to wait until 2015 to give it a try. Check out the above Valentino sunglasses ($326, marchon.com ) and Magaschoni sweater ($167, magaschoni.com ), and scroll down for a few more of our top Marsala-hued picks that are available now.
1. PONO by Joan Goodman Resin Necklace

Time Inc. Digital Studios
2. MaxMara Python-Embossed Calfskin Leather Handbag 

Time Inc. Digital Studios
($1,690; MaxMara; (212) 879-6100)
3. Bobbi Brown Lip Color in Raisin 

Time Inc. Digital Studios
4. Vince Camuto Statement Cuff 

Time Inc. Digital Studios
($148; louiseetcie.com )
5. NARS Blush in Unlawful

Time Inc. Digital Studios
6. Longchamp Low Boots

Time Inc. Digital Studios
($630; longchamp.com )

Friday, 26 December 2014

Joyfull Christmas

New Arrivals this week!
happy shooping sista..
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Thursday, 25 December 2014

The 2015 Trends

2015 is not far away, Misyellelovers. And for welcoming next year, we will give you a review about the hottest pattern trends next year. Stay tune!

1. Nature texture
It's all about floral, tropical, nature, and jungle.

2. Geometric Pattern
Aztec, tribal, and geometrical. About line and shape, and more about triangle.

3. The color Trends
Red color : Marsala, an earthy wine red, is the winner.

Merry Christmas Everyone!

Oh jingle bells jingle bells
jingle all the way!
Oh what fun
it is to ride
In a one horse open sleigh, Hey!

Happy Christmas Misyellelovers! Hope this Christmas will give you full of joy and happines. Love you all :)

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Monday, 22 December 2014

Happy Mothers Day

Happy Mother's Day for all mothers in the world! Love ya ever after. Thanks for all you've given us, for you love, caring, and also your live for us.
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Saturday, 20 December 2014

DIY : Fold-Over Framed Clutch

Foldover Framed Clutch

Try This: Fold-Over Framed Clutch

Mark this down as yet another project inspired by a gold and glittery outfit for Alt.  This time, a gold sequined blazer, which calls for a decidedly more subdued handbag.  I thought a nice winter white clutch would be the perfect pairing. 

Read on for the full tutorial.

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Materials: 1/4 yard of Heavyweight Fabric*, Top Channel Purse Frame**, Magnetic Snap, Fabric Glue

*I found this gorgeous, almost tapestry-like Waverly upholstery-weight fabric from JoAnn (similar here). I decided to use the same fabric for both my shell and lining.  If you decide to use a lighter-weight fabric for your lining, you'll likely want to add in some interfacing to give the bag some additional stability.  Just cut the interfacing to the same size as all other pieces, and double it up with the shell pieces for each of the steps below. 

**Most purse frames you come across have side channels, but you can find similar top channel frames hereherehere, and here.  I picked up my charming little frame on my recent trip to Japan.

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ONE:  Begin by cutting 4 identical pieces -- 2 for the shell, 2 for the lining.  My frame is approximately 7.5" wide, so my pieces were each 13" x 10".  To determine the correct width for your fabric cuts, take the width of your purse frame and add 2.5" (e.g. a 6" frame would call for a cut of fabric 13" x 8.5").  Then, cut the top corners off at an angle with the endpoints 1" and 3" from the corner.  These distances will likely also work for your frame, but adjust the 3" as appropriate for the height of your frame.

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TWO: On only one cut of your shell fabric, install the magnetic snap closure.  Install the male end 2" from the top center and the female end 4" from the bottom center as shown.  Stabilize the back of each with a small square of heavy interfacing.

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THREE: With right sides facing (i.e. magnetic snap facing inward), sew the two shell pieces together as shown.  Repeat with the lining fabric, but leave a gap somewhere in your seaming about 2" long so that you can pull the bag through later.

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FOUR: To give the bag some fullness, box each of the bottom two corners.  To do this, form a triangle by matching the side seam with the bottom seam.  Pin into place, and sew perpendicular to the side/bottom seaming approximately 3/4" from the triangle tip.  Trim the excess fabric.  Repeat on the lining. 

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FIVE: Turn the shell right-side-out, and put it inside of the lining.  Pin together along the top edges.  Stitch each set of top flaps together.  On each flap, you'll want to begin and end your needle precisely where you began and ended your stitches in Step Three (i.e. the black dots).  This isn't unlike how you would stitch around the top edge for your standard tote bag, there are just a few more angles to contend with. 

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SIX: Pull the whole bag through the the hole you left in the lining.  Top stitch the hole shut, and tuck the lining into the shell.

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SEVEN (optional): If you have a particularly voluminous fabric, you might want to top stitch along the edge of each opening flap.

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EIGHT: Apply a scant bead of glue to the inside of the frame and the edge of each opening flap.  If you apply too much, it will squish out in the next step and ruin your purse.  Allow to get tacky according to the directions for your particular fabric glue. I highly recommend Gutermann glue, which can be hard to find in the U.S. but is available from some Etsy sellers.

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NINE: Carefully tuck the edges of the purse into the purse frame. If your fabric is particularly thick, you might want to use something like a craft knife to help you push the edges in.  Give the glue a little time to set, and you're ready to go!

What do you think?  A nice understated companion for an over-the-top sequined blazer?

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