Kristen Wiig looks absolutely UNBELIEVABLE in this Stella McCarthy jumpsuit which she chose to pair with a crisp white blazer, T-strap peep-toe pumps, and a black clutch! Ohhhhh I just LOVE lace, LOVE Kristen Wiig, and love, love, LOVE Stella McCarthy! This look = perfection!
I've admired 'galaxy' inspired fashion for quite some time and as of yet, the print hasn't been mass-produced. With that being said... I've always wanted something 'galaxy'esque and I stumbled upon this amazing DIY guide from Studs and Pearls !! Soooo, I thought I would share it with you all!
- Bag (or item) of your choice (leather/pleather/vinyl will work best)
- Clear gloss glazelike DecoArt's Triple Thick Gloss Glaze
- Ultra fine glitter, choose your colors
- Foam paintbrush
- Small plastic cups, one for each color of glitter
-Old newspaper/magazine pages to cover your work surface
-Popsicle sticks or old paintbrushes/pens/etc. to mix glitter and glaze
Pour some glaze into a plastic cup.
Start off with a fairly small amount, because glitter is a lot more concentrated than it may seem. You can always add more later.
Add the glitter to the glaze and mix thoroughly.
Using the foam paintbrush, start applying the glaze to your bag. Try not to overdo it - a little glaze will go a long way. Repeat Step #1 for the next color.
Tip: Don't change or wash your foam paintbrush in between colors...you WANT the differenet colors of glitter to blend! It'll look more like a galaxy this way.
Another tip: Make sure your brush strokes are all going in one general direction.
Continue with each new color. Again, don't be afraid to blend and mix.
It'd be a weird looking galaxy if the colors were perfectly separated from each other.
You can't mess this up!
While the glaze is still wet, try swirling around the colors to create a more galaxy-like look.
& Let it dry over night!!
Did you have any left over glaze & glitter??
Try the same steps on an old pair of heels!
Flowers are perfect for Spring!!
Oh I know, I know... Florals + Spring? ORIGINAL
You can make it original and make it 'you' by simply inserting a floral piece of clothing or a flowery accessory into one of your favorite outfits!
This season’s designers took a dive into the deep blue and came up with pearlized shell clutches at Chanel, coral embellishments at Alexander McQueen, and shark-tooth necklaces at Givenchy.
Designers used hummingbirds, swans, and pheasants in their bold creations this season—from abstract, graceful lines to three-dimensional birds perched on the chest and shoulders.
On April 15 Hearst and YouTube are set to launch the Hello Style channel, a collaboration of five of its women’s magazines... Cosmopolitan,Marie Claire, Seventeen, Real Beauty, and Harper’s Bazaar! The channel will feature how to tutorials, fashion advice, and features from their latest magazine issues! It should be interesting to see how they pull it all together!
Oh, I love PS I Made This!! Look at this fab-u-lous DIY featherFRINGE skirt!!
Fringe is making a comeback and in a big way... I just love how it moves with your body and how versatile it can be! I mean... it amazes me that in the same thought, I'm reminded of the roaring 20's and native American culture! Fringe looks fabulous on a t-shirt and it makes such a statement when worn on a cocktail dress!
It's is one of those things that you can buy and sew onto a piece of clothing/accessory for little to nothing and the madeover product will look phenom!! Try it out! xo-A brunette
You can add sequins to any collar by simply buying up some super sequiny fabric and adding a few stiches to attach it!
Stay true to you! By adding an accessory or two you can incorporate trends into your everyday outfits!