Monday, 12 November 2012

DIY Leopard Fur Hat

Hello, dear readers!
Here I am , with another portion of inspiration and DIY ideas!
A couple of weeks ago I spotted a gorgeous fur leopard hat with ears at Zara..but unfortunately it was way too small for my head ( a lot of brains haha).
So I came up with the idea of making the same thing, but of the right size.

Here's the Zara hat)

Sorry for the lack of pictures, but I'll try to explain:)

1. Firstly, make a pattern. For this you should measure your head ( I have 54 sm) and then divide it into 6- this will be the width of each piece. The hight can be anything you like, but you'd better take 17-20 sm.
2. Cut the pattern for the hat itself and for the ears.
3. Cut six equal pieces of fir and of fabric as well- this will be the lining of your hat.
4. Sew together all the fur pieces side by side. Do the same with the fabric pieces.
5. Put the lining into the fur hat, fold the edges and sew them together.
6. Mark the place where you gonna place the ears and attach them to the hat.
7. Enjoy the result!)

How it looks on me

Sunday, 4 November 2012

Parka+ burgundy+ cosmic cat

Hi there!)
In here it's getting colder and colder..and harder and harder to force myself to go outside)
Today I went for a nice walk with my lovely friend and did a little bit of shopping for the coming winter.
Keep yourself warm and stay tuned! <3

Parka: Zara
Burgundy pants: H&M
T-shirt: DIY
Shoes: Centro

Saturday, 27 October 2012

DIY: sweater with leather sleeves

Hi,dear readers!)
Following the latest trends here's another DIY for you.
P.S. Your opinion is very precious for me. Write in comments what DIYs you want me to do and post in my blog)
Have a nice day <3

Saturday, 13 October 2012

DIY Givenchy inspired velvet skirt

Hi, my dear readers!
I've been busy recently, so I didn't manage to make any new posts for you.. but I'm doing my best!)
Here's another easy DIY for you inspired by the Givenchy last season collection.

The Inspiration- Givenchy skirt

Take the dress and cut it like on the picture above. Then carefully trim the edges.

Put on the skirt and measure the chain. Cut it at the desired length.
Then take off the skirt and attach the chain to the middle of the front and the back parts of the skirt.

Monday, 24 September 2012

Just another autumn look

Hi, my dear!
I spent my weekend catching the warm autumn sun)
And, of course, I couldn't miss the opportunity to wear my hand-made velvet skirt that I really adore!
Have a wonderful week and stay tuned! <3

Lace bodysuit: Befree
Velvet skirt: DIY
Leather jacket: Mango
Necklace: Stradivarius

Friday, 14 September 2012

Thursday, 6 September 2012

DIY Studded leather gloves

Hi, how are you, my dear?
Yet it's warm, but the cold days are coming, so here is another nice and easy DIY for you.
How do you like it?:)

The Inspiration

Thursday, 30 August 2012

Batman t-shirt + leather

Hi, my dear readers!)
Just yesterday I decided to make this wonderful Batman t-shirt. It's actually for men, but I still think it looks great, isn't it?:)
I went out for a walk in order to catch the last summer's warmth.
Autumn is coming, but I'm trying not to think about my studies ))
Enjoy the last summer days ! <3

T-shirt: DIY
Leather skirt: H&M
Ear cuff: Diva
Velvet shoes: unknown brand

Sunday, 26 August 2012

DIY project: Transform your boots

Hi,my dear!)
Here is the new diy project for you. 
Summer is coming to an end, so it's high time to get ready for autumn. Give a new life to your old boots! Easy as 1, 2, 3.
Stay tuned )

Monday, 20 August 2012

Moscow in pictures

Finally I'm posting a short overview of my summer trip to Moscow. I was working there for a nice and small jewelry company "Juvalia & You".It was such a great experience! But the best thing of all was visiting the concert of Franz Ferdinand!!! wohuuuuuu))
So, no more words only pictures.

my lovely team <3