Seeing all the new spring colours in stores has me begging for summer to come ASAP! I’ve been craving the sunshine and 20+ degree weather, but sadly winter is here to stay for another five weeks (at least). With the upcoming spring trends I’ve noticed a surge of interest in pearls. Usually when I see pearls it just reminds me of my grandma’s pearls, not really my style. But the modern take by Sophie Bille Brahe
has me craving for some pearl and gold accessories. Definitely in love with the pearl bar earrings, if only my ears were pierced….sigh.
You can buy her pieces here
Images from here and here.
Loving the back detail of this Dion Lee 3D Filter Jacket! It’s taken a year for me to finally gather all the materials and things necessary for this DIY but it is finally done! Keep you eyes out for the tutorial coming up soon!!!
Man…. Australia is definitely an up and coming to watch, so many good things are coming from down under!
Images: Tommy Ton, here and here
Deck the halls with all that holly….I’ve been feeling particularly festive lately with it being December and the holidays right around the corner. Scoping out the blog-o-sphere I came across these bow detail heels and think they could be an awesome DIY addition for holiday style. How cute are they? It’s like your feet are all wrapped up, like a present!
Images from here, here and here
I’ve been lusting after this Alexander Wang Rocco Stud-Bottom bag for quite some time and while wandering through Zara the other day, I found THE perfect DIY solution! The Zara bowler bag from the trf section (here & here) is the perfect candidate for this DIY, made of man-made leather it’ll be a whole lot lighter than the real version (not to mention cheaper) and all you would need is a bit of time and some flat head cone studs. This is definitely a DIY I would love to work on this summer, here’s to hoping I can get all the supplies I need!
Everyone already knows that a plain white tee is a amust have in my closet of basics, but who says it can’t be jazzed up a bit? I love the chevron detailing on the sleeves of this Joe’s Jeans Tee. It make it that much more special and of course, it’s totally DIY-able!
At first glance this 3.1 Phillip Lim T-shirt caught my eye with it’s grungy destroyed look. It somehow draws you in and you see the intricate and smart placement of holes and crystals creating a floral pattern. Definitely a DIY I would love to try out on an old Vintage Tee.