Sunday, 29 March 2015

5 Outfit Ideas From the Streets of Prague

Saying good-bye to Tommy Ton’s daily updates was tough, but there’s more street style where that came from. We’ve already covered the scenes in Reykjavík and Tokyo, and Adam Katz Sinding just finished a full weekend in Prague, where chilly temperatures demanded extra-creative styling tricks. Click through our Look of the Day slideshow for our favorite outfits, then check back later this week for our next city: Seoul. 


Two metallics are better than one. We like the idea of mixing different kinds of shine.
Photo: Adam Katz Sinding / Le 21ème


Extend the life of your summer cutoffs by layering them with thick tights and an extra-long coat.

If you've got the guts to go platinum, make it stand out with lots of white clothing.
Photo: Adam Katz Sinding / Le 21ème

Why limit yourself to one ear cuff when you can wear four?
Photo: Adam Katz Sinding / Le 21ème



Thursday, 26 March 2015

Street-Style Shopping: Why You Need a Flight Jacket This Spring


Fall’s top trends ranged from gothic black to sparkling jacquards, but outside the shows it was all about the simple, androgynous flight jacket. Olive toppers lent a utilitarian vibe to jeans and dresses alike, but Ursina Gysi may have worn it best with her mash-up of menswear patterns. Get a similar look with our three picks below.



Yigal Azrouël jacket, $2,701, Buy it now; Saint Laurent sweater, $890, Buy it now; Maison Margiela pants, $675, Buy it now

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

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Monday, 23 March 2015

Saturday, 21 March 2015

DIY: LEATHER FOLD OVER CLUTCH

I’ve been eying leather fold over clutches in bright colors like these beauties below for some time now and thought they would make a really great DIY project. It’s a really simple project and a great way to add a punch of color to your spring outfit. Cause it is all. about. color this season.
For these final product images, I teamed up with photographer Kate Skogen of JetKat Photo who specialized in weddings in the bay area. Check out her beautiful work here.
I found this great looking faux leather in the most fabulous hot pink and knew we were meant to be together. I picked faux leather because it’s easier to find bright colors and it looks exactly like leather to the untrained eye.
Keep reading to see the full tutorial on making this leather fold over clutch
Materials:
Hot pink faux leather (half a yard is more than enough)
Stiff iron on interfacing
Coordinating zipper, 16 inches long
Sewing machine
Cutting board
Matching needle and thread
Pins
Cut two pieces of leather, and two pieces of interfacing each 12 x 13 inches.
Iron the interfacing to the wrong side of each piece of leather. Iron with interfacing side up. The interfacing should adhere to the back of the leather.
Lay the zipper right side up and line up one piece of your leather + interfacing to meet at the bottom edge together. Pin along the bottom edge.
Using your zipper foot, sew along that edge where you pinned.
Now take the second leather + interfacing piece and do the same, matching up the right side of the leather to the right side of the zipper and sewing with your zipper foot along that edge.
With the zipper at the top, pin along those three sides. Open the zipper up half way and sew along those three sides.
Now just trim along the edges, and turn it inside out. Poke in each edge to make it sharper.
You’re done!

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Thursday, 19 March 2015

Tuesday, 17 March 2015

What We Want Now

2015 Trends are announced, now we have a list of what we want nowadays.
Check this out!
Tory Burch tribal handbag


Fringe sling bag with tribal pattern


Tribal heels

We love the bright colors and also the shape, do you like it like us?


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Sunday, 15 March 2015

Friday, 13 March 2015

Shoe Rack Ideas

Hola Misyellelovers! Need more space for your shoes? Unlike T-shirts, sneakers can’t just be folded and dropped neatly into a drawer. Don't worry again Misyellelovers, we have 5 ideas to make your shoes collection organized like a pro!
1. REPURPOSE WALL MOLDINGS
DIY Shoe Rack - Molding Display
Photo: jennamcarthur.com
If you love your high heels, why not show them off? Option one: Take inspiration from Jenna McArthur, who transformed a disassembled picture frame into an array of wall-mounted display racks. Option two: Buy wall moldings from your local home improvement store, cut them to size, paint them and—finally—hang ‘em up.

2. ASSEMBLE PVC PIPE CUBBIES
DIY Shoe Rack - PVC Pipe Cubbies
Photo: cookielovesmilk.wordpress.com
Normally, PVC pipe hides behind drywall, but here it takes center stage as the basis for another creative DIY shoe rack. According to Cookie Loves Milk, the biggest challenge you may encounter in completing this project is persuading the supply store to cut the pieces. Otherwise, it’s only a matter of glue.

3. INSTALL FLOATING SHELVES
DIY Shoe Rack - Floating
Photo: notmartha.org
In tight spaces, such as an entryway nook, this DIY shoe rack provides a compact yet effective storage solution for shoes of any type, from lightweight sneakers to bulky galoshes. Check out not martha to see how Megan built hers from plywood and poplar, and then sanded and stained the rack for a finished look.

4. SUSPEND WIRE HANGERS
DIY Shoe Rack - Hanger
Photo: ohsoprettythediaries.com
Save floor space by storing footwear on the wall, either on the back of your closet or in a bedroom corner. Best for sandals and flat-soled shoes, this DIY shoe rack involves little more than regular wire clothing hangers and string, yarn, or rope. Savannah at OH SO PRETTY the DIARIES shares the easy how-to.

5. BUILD A SHELVING UNIT
DIY Shoe Rack - Shelf
Photo: ana-white.com

If your collection of shoes is so large that it poses a problem, Ana White has the answer: a full-blown piece of wood furniture specially designed to hold shoes for all seasons. The unit features differently proportioned compartments to keep your low-top casual sneakers neatly separate from your tall snow boots.

Thursday, 12 March 2015

21 Helpful Hacks That’ll Make Your Shoes More Comfortable

1. Cover your flip flops straps in fabric.

Cover your flip flops straps in fabric.
Take the “rub” out of rubber flip flops.

2. Sandpaper the soles of unworn shoes for better traction.

Sandpaper the soles of unworn shoes for better traction.
And much less falling down.

3. Tape your third and fourth toe together to hack high heels.

Tape your third and fourth toe together to hack high heels.
Sounds weird? Using medical tape relieves strain on the nerve between toes three and four, preventing pain  in the ball of your foot.

4. Quiet squeaking shoes with baby powder.

Quiet squeaking shoes with baby powder.
Squeaking is usually caused by parts of the shoe rubbing against each other. Just lift the inner sole of the shoe and sprinkle baby powder underneath.

5. Banish your blisters with clear gel deodorant.

Banish your blisters with clear gel deodorant.
Decrease friction and increase your ability to dance all night.

6. Stretch your shoes the professional way.

Stretch your shoes the professional way.
Cut out the cobbler with your very own shoe stretcher. Plus, it’s super weird looking.

7. Widen the shafts of boots with leather stretch spray and newspaper.

Widen the shafts of boots with leather stretch spray and newspaper.
Yolanda Zaragoza Cano/Demand Media / Via ehow.com 
Bonus hack: Use rubbing alcohol  for a cheaper alternative to store-bought stretch spray.

8. Fix worn-down heels with instant heel caps.

Fix worn-down heels with instant heel caps.
Goodbye, rolled ankles.

9. Stop the slip with DIY Innersoles .

Stop the slip with DIY Innersoles .
Be sure to pick a thicker, non-silky fabric for extra grip.

10. Make life better for both toes and nose with unused tea bags.

Make life better for both toes and nose with unused tea bags.
Smelly feet, smelly feet, it’s not your fault.

11. Shorten heels for extra relief.

Shorten heels for extra relief.
Up to an inch can be taken off of most heels without ruining the shoe. For best results, leave the shortening to the professionals.

12. Un-cramp toe boxes in the freezer.

Un-cramp toe boxes in the freezer.
Water + baggie + freezer = finally putting middle school science to good use.

13. Use moleskin to cushion tight shoe straps.

Use moleskin to cushion tight shoe straps.
For longer-lasting results, stick moleskin to the shoe rather than to your skin.

14. Prevent slippage with heel grips.

Prevent slippage with heel grips.
Because there’s enough scar tissue on the back of your heels.

15. Combine wooly socks and a blowdryer for painless breaking in.

Combine wooly socks and a blowdryer for painless breaking in.
Bonus points for warm feet while shoe-hacking.

16. Repair torn and ragged heel linings with denim.

Repair torn and ragged heel linings with denim.
Attach patches with glue, or sew them in for extra hold.

17. Save your soles with gel arch inserts.

Save your soles with gel arch inserts.
No pain, all gain.

18. Make your sneakers extra comfy with this shoelace pattern.



19. Keep feet dry by waterproofing cloth shoes.Keep feet dry by waterproofing cloth shoes.
listotic.com  / Via pinterest.com 
Because wet shoes should be none of your beeswax.

20. To hack before you even buy, try on shoes in the afternoon or evening.To hack before you even buy, try on shoes in the afternoon or evening.
Flickr: rubygoes  / Creative Commons
Feet can swell up to a half size bigger  by the end of the day.

21. But if preventative measures are too late, soak blistered feet in tea.

But if preventative measures are too late, soak blistered feet in tea.