Saturday, 28 February 2015


Confession time: I’m terrified of zippers. Where do they go? How do you sew them properly? How do you hide the ends? I have no idea! If you share my phobia then this easy zipper clutch is just for you. Trust me, if I can do it then you totally can too.
DIY Pom Pom Clutch | Henry HappenedAs a sewing newbie I decided to hand stitch the clutch. And this worked really well because I was able to go slower and have more control over the stitches and zipper placement.
DIY Monogram Clutch | Henry HappenedGive it a go and you’ll have perfect holiday gifts. An you might discover that although zippers have teeth they certainly don’t bite. (Pun. Ha!)


DIY Zipper Clutch | Henry HappenedSUPPLIES NEEDED

  • 7-inch zipper
  • Needle
  • Thread
  • Cutting board
  • Fabric cutter
  • Fabric ruler
  • Two different colored fabrics that are at least 9.5 inches x 14.5 inches
DIY Zipper Clutch | Henry HappenedLay the two pieces of fabric on top of one another and line up the edges. The fabric that goes inside the pouch should be on top.
DIY Zipper Clutch | Henry HappenedUnwrap the zipper and position it across the top of the fabric against a corner. Use the fabric cutter to trim the fabric down to the length of the zipper. As you can see, I folded my fabric in half vertically to save time. If you used a 7-inch zipper then you should now have two pieces of fabric that are around 9.5 inches wide.
DIY Zipper Clutch | Henry HappenedOnce you’ve trimmed the width of the fabric you’ll want to trim the length. This is up to you depending on you deep of a clutch you want but I went with 14 inches long. Again, I folded the fabric in half before cutting to save time.
DIY Zipper Clutch | Henry HappenedYou should now have two pieces of fabric that are roughly 9.5 inches by 14 inches. Take each piece of fabric and fold it in half vertically with the pattern side facing in. Use a sewing machine or a needle and thread to sew the three outer sides, leaving the top edge open.
DIY Zipper Clutch | Henry HappenedNow flip the outside pouch right side out and place the other pouch inside it. Are you beginning to see your pouch come together?
DIY Zipper Clutch | Henry HappenedGo around the top of pouch and fold the ends in towards each other. This can be a little tricky but using an iron really helps the folds stay in place.
DIY Zipper Clutch | Henry HappenedOkay, time for the zipper. Don’t freak out; you can do this! Unzip the zipper and line one end up with the side seam of the two pouches. Slide the zipper half in between the two folds of fabric (teeth side up) and stitch it in place. Go slowly and watch out for unfolding fabric.
DIY Zipper Clutch | Henry HappenedContinue stitching until you’ve reached the other side seam of the pouch. Looking good, right? This zipper stuff isn’t that hard!
DIY Zipper Clutch | Henry HappenedFlip the pouch over and repeat on the other side.
DIY Zipper Clutch | Henry HappenedIf there is any extra zipper left at either end tuck it down in between the fabric folds. For fun, you can add a fuzzy pom pom to the zipper pull or a sparkly applique.
DIY Monogram Clutch | Henry HappenedDIY Pom Pom Clutch | Henry Happened

Friday, 27 February 2015

Thursday, 26 February 2015

Wednesday, 25 February 2015

Misyelle on 2015 Trends

The tribal is now the trend. We all love the shape, the color it plays, and every line which lie on it. Now you can find the cool tribal on Misyelle's newest collection, Misyelle Harstar Tote!

Misyelle Harstar Tote was designed by the fringe on it sides, brings the unique sense for everyone who brings Misyelle Harstar Tote. Also the tribal texture at the middle of the fringe, added for the gorgeous part.

Bring Misyelle Harstar Tote for every occasion, from casual to sweet party. Misyelle Harstar Tote will never disappoint you, Misyellelovers!

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Tuesday, 24 February 2015

20 Black and White Looks To Copy

One of the biggest color trends of this season are black and white (separately), but put them together and it creates a classic color combination. A usual suspect on the red carpet and the streets, this fail-proof combo can sometimes take a boring turn. Let these ladies inspire you a chic way to wear the monochrome trend.
1. White Sweater+ Black Leather Shorts + Black Jacket + Black Accessories
Black and White Looks To Copy
2. Black Top + White Jacket + White Jeans + Black Ankle Heels
Black and White Looks To Copy
3. White Formal Top + Black Slit Skirt + Black Pumps +Black Clutch
Black and White Looks To Copy
4. White A-line Dress + Black Blazer + Black Bag + Black Boots
Black and White Looks To Copy
5. White Tank Top +White Jeans + Black Blazer + Black Slip-Ons + Black Shoulder Bag
Black and White Looks To Copy
6. White Top + White Jacket + White Skirt + Black Lace-Ups
Black and White Looks To Copy
7. White Tee + Black Leather Sweatpants + White Pumps
Black and White Looks To Copy
8. White Crisp Top + Black Mini Skirt + White Platform Heels
Black and White Looks To Copy
9. White Turtleneck Sweater + White Knee-Length Skirt + Black Bag +Black Pumps
Black and White Looks To Copy
10. White Crop Top + Black Pinstriped Skirt + Black Ankle Heels
Black and White Looks To Copy
11. Black Peplum Top + White Pleated Skirt +Black and White Slip-Ons
Black and White Looks To Copy
12. White Fuzzy  Sweater + Black Mini Origami Skirt + Black Ankle Boots
Black and White Looks To Copy
13. Black Furry Top + White Midi Skirt + White Sandals + Black Bag
Black and White Looks To Copy
14. Black Blazer + Black High-Waisted Shorts + Black Clutch + Black and White Heels
Black and White Looks To Copy
15. Little Black Dress + Black and White Blazer + Black Booties
Black and White Looks To Copy
16. White Crisp Top + Black Tailored Pants 
Black and White Looks To Copy
17. White Top + Black Blazer + Black Pants + White Brogues
Black and White Looks To Copy
18. Black Tank Top + White Blazer + White Pants + Black Heels
Black and White Looks To Copy
19. White Jumpsuit + Black Blazer + Black Pumps
Black and White Looks To Copy
20. White Button Down + White Pencil Skirt + Black Lace-Ups + Zebra Printed Clutch
Black and White Looks To Copy

Saturday, 21 February 2015

Thursday, 19 February 2015

Happy Chinese New Year

welcoming the year of the goat, please shopping our newest collection at :
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and may prosperity, luck and happiness full around you!

Sunday, 15 February 2015

DIY Braided Hex Nut Bracelet

We’re nuts for nuts. Is there a more versatile and inexpensive DIY component than a hex nut from the hardware store? You can imagine our excitement when we first discovered Philip Crangi’s Giles & Brother Hex Collection. Honestly, nuts braided into jewelry is WTF genius! With a few items that we always seem to have lying around, we tackled the technique and made our own spine-like braided hex nut wrap bracelet.

You’ll need:

  • 3 strands of cotton butcher’s twine cut into one yard pieces
  • 18 small brass hex nuts
  • a bit of dexterity!
Gather the 3 strands of twine and tie a knot at the top, leaving about 2 inches of slack. Start braiding. At about an inch of the way down, you’ll begin braiding in the nuts. Before you braid the far left strand over the middle strand, thread on a nut, push it against the base of the braid, and crossover. Depending on the thickness of the twine, you can wrap tape around the bottom tips to prevent the twine from fraying. (Click images to enlarge)
Keep your thumb at the base of the braid, holding the nut in its place. Before you braid the far right strand over the middle, thread on another nut, push it against the base of the braid and crossover. Again, hold your thumb tightly against the base of the braid, keeping the nuts in place. Thread another nut onto the far left piece and crossover.
Repeat the steps, by threading the rest of the nuts to the outer pieces of twine before they are crossed over. Thread, cross, thread, cross. Finish the bracelet with another inch of braided twine and a knot.
The bracelet should wrap around your wrist at least two or three times. Trim it to your liking.
Good luck!!