There is nothing more classic in women’s footwear than a good pair of Mary Jane shoes, best known in Spanish as Merceditas. I think all of us have or have had a pair in our life. Flat or heeled, black or colored.. this shoe is a good classic.
Today I decided to do a DIY to my old pair that I had forgotten in the bottom of my closet. They are ideal for this season, that is not extreme cold or extreme warm. Make a bow for your shoes and wear a great classic in a different way.
When I think of the styles in fashion that were used years ago and now are coming back again, the clothes of our grandmothers and our mothers that now come back as a super MUST, it’s amazing how fashion repeats. In particular I’ve always liked this, the Ruana. Very In years ago, and now is coming back. It’s a kind of a poncho-shawl that we can use over our coats or directly on our clothes to keep warm… It’s a very simple piece that adds a special touch to create a chic look. If you are always freezing like me, this is your style-DIY-solution! This DIYRuana is very easy to make, and it can also be for a special gift.
Let’s be honest, this season we have to make practical things that keeps us warm, because this cold is just unforgiving… This time I will show you how you can make a Fur tube scarf (fake fur obviously) that will go well with any of your coats and it will keep warm this winter… Get inspired with this tutorial and make your own DIY Fur tube scarf with this easy tut.
Hello DIY’er! Have you already bought all the shop on sales? I found this basic black knit skirt for only 3€. I was unable to resist making a lingerie skirt that is so IN this season. It can also be made on a dress or top. It looks great combined with a thick knit sweater, as it balances the ” fine” and “fragile” lace with the thickness of the sweater… I love this contrast!. In this post you will see how easy it is to make a DIY Lingerie skirt! Do not let this season pass without wearing a garment inspired by lingerie 😉
Hello DIY‘ers! I have been wanting to make a brief summary of the blazers and jackets we did last year, and here it is!… I’m personally addicted to blazers and I love combining different styles with them. In this overview, you will see the different DIY’s we did, from updating with a little paint, to making a blazer from scratch with free download pattern! If you missed this tutorials here you can see them all! 🙂