Spring is the definition of floral patterns and pretty dresses…although spring 2020 has not been the prettiest (to say the least) I decided to focus on brightening up my wardrobe either way…….
I wanted to do a little DIY and make myself a feather cuff blouse. I actually saw a very similar top at Anne Taylor for $150 and that’s the SALE PRICE! I made my top for under $20……
So I thought what better way than to share some fashion related DIYs that can easily be done with items you already have or can easily be purchased from Walmart (of course I recommend purchasing it when you’re there for other necessities).
So let’s get to it! Here are 6 fashion DIYs that can easily be done at home….
One of the newest trends that I have been noticing are feathers! After all, we are back in the roaring 20’s, so it seems fitting to have that trend come back around! Whenever a new style starts to show up, I often try not to go crazy and get too many items since it is a TREND, and may not last too many seasons. However, I am totally a fan of a feather purse, or a classic dress with a hint of feathers at the bottom…
In the recent months I started following Blair from @Blaireaidieebee and I have to say, as crazy as her style is, I cant help but notice how her monochrome looks are always done to perfection! Here are some below: She really IS THE QUEEN of monochrome looks, isn’t she? I was totally inspired by her outfits and wanted to try it out myself and of course I had enough pink in my closet to do exactly that! Here is how I started putting my outfit together; first I grabbed the
Winter is always the hardest for putting outfits together. I know its hard to create looks together when its dark and gloomy, so I’m giving you some tips on creating a classic capsule wardrobe that is style proof…
This season, I am really into the darker colours like hunter green, burgundy mixed in with brights like orange, pink and yellow! When I saw these leather green pants, I knew they had to be mine.
When the 70’s inspired bell sleeves became the new trend two years ago, I thought they were cute but so inconvenient haha. Especially as a teacher, they got in the way and being a petite girl, the sleeves would always be too big for me. But when puff shoulder sleeves hit the runways and everyday fashion, I couldn’t be more excited!
After mules, espadrilles are my most loved shoes for spring and summer! I love how they come in a variety of styles (tie up ones, flat ones, wedges, and slip ons).
In the last couple of years, mules have become a hot spring trend, starting from the 70’s vibes from two years ago to the to the 90’s (which is the trend for this spring).