Off the Shoulder Top and Maxi Skirt. Top: Missguided Off-the-Shoulder Lace TopSkirt: Topshop Floral Maxi SkirtBag: Pietro Olivia Fringe Bag c/o (similar here)Shoes: Aldo Aceidia Pump on sale!
(similar here)Watch: Daniel Wellington c/o Summer is almost over, and I had to make sure I rocked this off the shoulder top and maxi skirt outfit before the season officially ends! I’m so obsessed with this Missguided off the shoulder top (or any off the shoulder top/dress for a matter of fact). It’s flirty and sexy with super pretty and delicate lace crochet details. Just note that only the front of the top is lined so the back is semi-sheer. I love how crop tops look with high-waisted bottoms so it was a match made in heaven when I found this Topshop floral maxi skirt. The final touch to this summer outfit is this gorgeous Pietro Olivia fringe bag.
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Spring is in the air and I finally got myself a kimono after the longest time!
I actually made it and I will be sharing with you how to DIY your own kimono in this tutorial! So, kimonos in Singapore are quite expensive. Cotton On sells them for $19.95 but I don't fancy their cutting and print. Blogshops sell them for around 20-30 bucks and forever21 carries them for 30-50 :( In the US, kimonos only cost half that price. Plus, these kimonos are made of chiffon, not silk, so I don't see why they need to be so pricey. The crafter in me then scoured the Internet for a tutorial on how to make a kimono! I used a scarf from forever 21, which you can get in US stores for 8-10 bucks. The good thing about these forever21 scarves is that they are square shaped, and quite huge, so they are in quite a perfect size. 1. 2. 3. 4. 7. Easy DIY: scarf to kimono-esque cardigan. Whenever I’m out shopping, I find it extremely difficult to resist the allure of a scarf with a particularly beautiful colorway and print.
The result? A scarf drawer crammed to capacity, with many a silken or sheer square buried and forgotten beneath the ever-growing collection. I always knew that these lovely, neglected pieces of fabric presented a prime DIY upcycling opportunity — I simply needed to figure out what that opportunity was. DIY Kimono Cardigan. Kimonos are THE piece to wear during the hot days.
They’re perfect for the summer, being light and flowy while chic all at the same time. Pair them with skinnies or a crop top and denim shorts and you’ve got a super cute yet comfy outfit. And guess what? You can easily DIY them so I’m going to teach you how you can make your own! It’s super simple and easy so you can make it in a lazy afternoon. All Free Sewing - Free Sewing Patterns, Sewing Projects, Tips, Video, How-To Sew and More. Inserting an invisible zipper: the definitive tutorial. I’ll be the first to admit that invisible zippers have been the bane of my life for a long while now.
Having taught myself to sew, I was never showed how to insert a zipper, invisible or otherwise, so my first attempts were blind stabs in the dark. Hell, I didn’t even have an invisible zipper foot! Needless to say, I ruined many a zipper and many a garment; and my sewing machine barely walked away with its life. Now that I have tamed the snake and realised how straighforward this technique can be, I thought I’d put together the definitive tutorial on invisible zipper insertion – for your sewing pleasure, and my point of reference if I ever feel daunted again! You will need: an invisible zippergarment needing zipper (completely open at seam where you will be inserting the zip)pinsan invisible zipper foota regular foot/standard zipper footmatching threada sewing machine Step 1 Open your zipper as far as it will go. Step 2 Step 3 Attach the invisible zipper foot to your sewing machine. Step 4. Flowy tunic with french seams. We’ve mentioned that Jord’s wardrobe requirements in the Middleeast are, well, different from what she wears in the States.
So while Jord was Stateside last month, we did a little tunic sewing- tunics that are long, flowy and best of all, super simple to put together. Want to make one too? Cut out your pieces- 42” across at the top (52” for longer sleeves), 28” tall, 24” across the bottom and 14” up on the outer edges. Leave an inch of margin around the edges if you are planning on French seams. First, make a curved neckline on the front piece- 6” from the folded half, curve down slightly. Pin with the wrong sides facing each other and sew along both shoulder seams (stop at the curved neckline) and along both of the sides. Pinking shear the edges and turn inside out (yep, you read that right, inside out). Hem the bottom edge and the sleeves. Dolman Top Pattern. Free sewing pattern - reversible shift dress. The dress can be worn 2 ways: pleated crewneck or v-neck! Nähen on Pinterest.