Every Saturday I focus on a different artist that I admire. From potters to painters, chefs to collectors, seamstress to songwriters, lifestyle to lovers... anyone who set the paintbrush, pastry brush, hands and heart on fire to create.
Those who inspire art to flow where it may.
Today's art.... Fashion style.
Shonmodern describes this look as: "Tank with narrow shoulder straps, long A-line shape with rounded hem, and shirred neckline detail. Everything you need to look hot, but feel cool."
A few years ago I went through my closet, giving up a look I had outgrown, and didn't use. I gave most my clothes away and started anew with a look that I hardly new how to define let alone understood. Luckily, I had a friend, Mimi, who helped me figure it out.
The Look: Goobye to waistline, no to form fitting. Forget hug tight. Rarely collars. Mostly solid- neutral colors. Focused on tiny details and cut. Oversize purses, long necklaces, and boots. Definitely baggy and layers, plenty of layers.
Oversized pants (the top is too busy for my taste, but I like the cut) with hefty pockets to carry every-little thing one could find at the antique market.
The look of these wide leg pants goes well with chunky shoes.
Another favorite are the simple patterns from Japan.
Camisole dress set ... talcum powder.
Perfect layering with loose springy, camisole dress has a summery loose fit.
The front and back of this dress design is exactly the same, a good pattern for beginners.
The set includes: 1.6m about fabric, and pattern.
Style by Mihaela Cretescu
A dress for all seasons, dressed up or down. Casual chic depending on what shoes you wear and where you put your hair i.e. in a curl, hat or teased with the wind.