I’m not a jewelry maker, but I love making earrings. I often like to match them to my collection, using a combination of stones and fabric. I think they can style and finish a look. They are also great gifts!
This dress combines a lot of things. With it’s open sides it’s very sexy yet practical for a hot summer day. Flowy and breezy, you can wear it as is or over a top (with or without sleeves). Funny thing about the ribbons on top is that they can actually open up. So for those breastfeeding, this might actually be a comfy dress! So sexy yet breastfeeding, what a mix! You can wash this dress on 30C in the machine.
I wanted to make a variation to the popular bomber jacket. One of the things I don’t like about classic bomber jackets is that the tight in on the bottom. I feel it always make you a little muffin top. So.. I designed my own variation with a a-line silhouette. It’s almost a little cape that you can just trow on. There is still the reference to the practicality of the bomber. The silver zipper is almost a piece of jewelry. The jacket is fully lined with a light colored lining. The fabric is a stitched through denim.
A t-shirt with a twist! The top half is an organic cotton, the bottom half is a double-faced sheer purple mesh fabric. The shape of the top is suppose to be worn over-sized. The bottom is not really see through but it does have a see-through feel (does that make sense?). You can wash this top on 30C in the machine.
This is one of my favorite casual dresses. Its so easy to wear. You can dress it up or just wear with flats or sneakers. I also like that it has no waste emphasized but it does have shape with thanks to the side panels. They give definition to your silhouet.The striped hem gives this dress a nice little twist. You can wash this dress on 30C in the machine.