Ask me to dress in all black and here is the result!. I always need at least a bit of color or some prints onto what I’m wearing. Getting both simultaneously is obviously the top of the point.
Last weekend I’ve finally ended the “2 in 1″ chiffon shirt: I removed the colorful sleeves of the vintage blouse and sew them on the basic shirt. I have to say, this might be one of my favorite shirt. Really love the hints of those primary colors that contrasts a lot with the rest. So here is what I wore yesterday, with those old but still chic low boots and my boyfriend’s bag!
Flower patterns issue- This colorful blouse has been hanging in my closet for some years and I never worn it… The material is extremely voluminous and emphasize the shape too much. Very 90′s! But I like the print & the colors a lot, so I keep thinking that there’s potential in it.
While finding the perfect flower print seems to be a difficult task enough, I’m feeling as much bored of this basic chiffon shirt (seen everywhere last year) than Bryan boy of floral prints.
Vintage chiffon shirt/ American Apparel basic chiffon shirt (2011)
Get the right dose of flowers, DIY… Will show you the result soon. Have a nice day!
This oversized hoody dress/ sweater has a very symbolic link to my Berlin life about 3 years ago. I’ve been loving this cosy shape and material so much, often wearing it with converse sneakers and colorful tights… Oh my, i should have seen that!
But somewhere i’ve been feeling like wearing it differently now, in a more feminine way but the whole piece has to be trendy so i didn’t change the egg shape.
The hood alone makes it sportive that i thought i’d just need to remove it and add a silk bow and design a deep V line in the back.
That’s today’s outfit & DIY!