I rarely ever post anything about fashion, but I love this one so much I can’t help it. I think Leanne Marshall is the next best thing in fashion. Oh well, I might not be a fashion expert but she just simply amazed me. Her designs are simple, structural, contemporary and most of the time feminine. She mentioned at her blog that she is mostly inspired by architectures and natures. Pleats, ruffles, flowy lines, beautifuuul colors… my oh my!
And here’s a few of her recent collection
And to reminisce a bit, here’s her winning collection on Project Runway:
Last weekend, the husband and I went to Oklahoma for our niece’s birthday. We have two nieces and we have bought a present for the birthday girl but we wanted to also give a little something for the other sister so she doesn’t get jealous of all her sister’s birthday attentions :) So… I made a little something for her.
I have the plastic headband in stock and I picked the ribbon color to wrap it out of my wedding ribbon leftovers. The green tulle was also a wedding leftover and I bought the pearl on eBay and had them for a while. So last week, I just had to purchase the matching fabric for the flower petals.
We went to Philbrook Museum for the MyMuseum Family Day where kids will receive art activity cards, an art supply, and an art kit toolbox to put everything in. My sister put on my cutie niece a pretty blue dress that match perfectly to the headband. I love it on her!
My super talented and crafty friend, Dian, has just opened an etsy shop for her fascinator collection. If you are someone who dares to be unique and different but also look girly and glam at the same time, you will definitely like these fascinators.
Look at the white-pink Peony. It would look so lovely as a bridal hair accessories!
It seems like fabric flowers are everywhere. I was smitten by fabric flowers from J Crew earlier this year. Now, you can pretty much see them everywhere, including your neighborhood’s Target, the stores at Etsy, and even MarthaStewart.com. This trend almost bored me actually, just because it’s everywhere. I don’t usually like things that has been done and used over and over again, but I just can’t help to love this one. It’s irresistable!
This is a fabric flower hair pin that I made about 3 months ago to match my dress at a friend’s wedding.