today i want to show you something i made. I bought a plain pink collar shirt last week and to prep it up i worked on some surface embellishment around the edges of the collar that has an Indian kiss to it. i used my broken earring as a huge leaf motif and along with it i’ve used small pearls, golden flower sequins and pink, silver and gold beads.
You could prep yourself up, this shirt along with a pastel shade high waist-ed skirt or trousers or even shorts. This would be perfect for a summer lawn party or even for a lunch out with your friends. Try it yourself, its easy and very pretty when done.
Hope your having a good start to a new month? I haven’t been up to much still working on my project. Well as i was doing a research for it i came upon this street style of Japan which i couldnt resist myself from blogging it. I love Colors, anything that talk about colors! And this one is all about Pastels when you talk about ‘FAIRY KEI’ (kei means Style). This is one of my favorite Japanese street fashion, more subtle, colorful, cute and makes me very happy!!! 😀
There are lots of combinations of the pastel colors, pink and red, pink and white and pink and black, with pink being the most abundant. It’s so bright and loud and makes you stand out! From the color of the clothes to the accessories, it makes you feel so right and out of a “happily-ever-after” fairytale. There’s a lot use of pretty ribbons : big and small, lots of dolly hair clips, rubber bands , cute pins, cartoon inspired hand bags etc. They’re all layered together and its just comes out so distinct and unique.
The pioneer of fairy style is fashion producer Sebastian Masudea who opened the fairy cloth shop “6% DOKI DOKI” in 1996. He is coordinating everything by himself from the make up of shop clerks to exterior and interior according to his themes, which are “sensational and lovely”, “not only cute but also happy” and “feeling of unreality”.