For as long as I can remember I have always loved doing crafts. I've tried just about everything over the years Crocheting, Knitting, Sewing (Which I am HORRIBLE at), painting (no good there either) but finally one day I was wandering around a store and found their bead section and thought eh, why not lets see what happens... It's been almost two years now, and I am addicted!
So my DIY hiatus from edgy hardware jewellery was relatively brief, seems like I can't stay away from proper statement pieces because here I am blogging about my latest DIY jewellery obsession. Obviously I don't really need to elaborate the reasons why I love Alexander Mcqueen's style - the heavy metals, skulls, spikes, chains, gemstones...where do I even begin?! One of my favourite & biggest "investment" pieces is a massive bullet necklace by Alexander Mcqueen however, as much as I love it, I simply cannot wear it all the time - it totally weighs me down.
The jean trend I want to discuss is not just distressed denim, although that is a part of it. I'm talking about those slim through the thigh, loose leg, sometimes cuffed, lighter wash, boyfriend jeans everyone seems to be wearing these days.
To give you a better idea, check out these ZARA jeans.
Low crotch, slim fitting through the hips... you know the kind.
My love of accessories covers a very wide range - from heavy metal to the cute girly fun stuff; I simply adore jewelry; if you're reading this blog, you probably already aware of this fact. This particular DIY tutorial is of the latter category - it's a little bit of fun and something different.
What you need:
- 16 small pom poms…
You will need:
- A white t-shirt
- Transfer paper(I bought mine off ebay here)
- A printer
- Sheet of baking paper
You don't need a new t-shirt for this, you can just as easily grab an old one. Cut off the sleves and the bottom half if you want a cropped top like mine.
This is my most essential beauty products, that I mostly use everyday and simply cannot do without.
Water and sleep
The most obvious beauty tip one can give! Staying hydrated and getting enough sleep is crucial.
Smelling good is really a mood lifter. Picking your scent is as personal as finding the right foundation shade for your skin. It has a science behind it along with a touch of personal preference.
A little inspirational collage for my upcoming diy-tutorial. Inspired by the runwaydreamz brand, which are handmade, dyed, frayed and studded. Almost all of the big bloggers own a pair or more of these beauties, but the pricetag is not so beautiful. The procedure is fairly simple to do yourself, and the materials is cheap off ebay.