27 Jun 2012

My DIY Shorts

T-shirt: V&A museum -£15
Shorts: DIY
Tights: H&M- £3.99
Shoes: Ebay-£29

Hello lovely people,
so I've been really into DIY recently, It could be that I've been staying at the studio more than usual, all these design work at the studio is inspiring me a lot to create something simple at home too. So I started with something so simple which is my first DIY shorts. These use to be my Levi jeans and since I don't wear it much I decided to turn it into shorts and this has become my current obsession and one of my favourite piece for summer. I paired my shorts with my V&A t-shirt and since my outfit is edgy I used these black pumps to keep it balanced. I also added sheer tights just incase because you can never trust english weather. 
                                                                           Suzi x

15 Jun 2012

This is how I see it.

Hello beautiful people,
I personally think creativity is part of imagination, seeing through your eyes and giving the world the vision of your imagination, expressions. This outfit is one my many creation. I based my theme on punk movement and also depicts poverty. The main part that represents these two theme is the safety pins around the neckline. Safely pins were huge around 1970s when the punk subculture started, ripped clothes were held together with safety pins to show their individual fashion expression as well as representing poverty. Most of the things I used on the outfit are recycled for example the zip to make flower on the shoulder pads, chains, old belts, threads, butterfly pins and studs. Enjoy the pictures.
                                                           Suzi x

14 Jun 2012

Keep your eyes on stars and your feet on the ground.

                                         Trench vest Jacket: Forever 21- £19.99
                                          Leggings: Primark-£6.00
                                          Shoes: Carvela- £150

Hello lovlies,
So who says work has to be professional only? personally I don't think so, I don't think it always has to be the same old professional shirt, trousers, skirt and blazer. I like to add my personal taste at work too. I think a bit of edge can make an outfit less boring. Here I added this funky leggings and my favourite carvela boots with my shirt to give it a little bit of edge. I added this trench vest jacket and this bag to keep my level on the professional side too. A little belt might be small but makes a big difference on the outfit. So I used this belt to emphasise my waist. Enjoy the pictures.
                                                               Suzi x

11 Jun 2012

Royal Blue is the Colour I am looking for.

                                    Trousers: New Look-£19.99
                                    Bandeau: H&M- £3.99
                                    Cardigan: Pull &Bear- £15.00
                                    Bag: Ebay-£12.99

Hi lovelies,
This summer I've been craving for bright colours. Bright colours instantly lights up my mood. I've been on a hunt for royal blue trouser for such a long time now. so when I saw these trouser in New Look I knew I need this in my life. The colour is so rich and deep and has become one of my statement piece. I added this pop of colour with white cardigan and stripe bandeau top and also added a black bag to keep the outfit balanced.  Enjoy the pictures.
                                                                                   Suzi x