Monthly Archives: June 2017

Flower power

POWERFULLY ATTRACTIVE FLOWERS THERE!

Mini Mint

Hiya! It’s me, back at it again with the crazy pictures of myself… A thing most girls think when deciding on an outfit for a night out that they can’t wear floral because they feel it is “too girly” I’ll throw my hands up and admit this as well, cause when you’re out in a nightclub you want to be seen as “sexy” so we all go for the outfits that are black and tight! Admit it, we are all guilty. Nothing to be ashamed about.

I made this post to showcase how versatile floral can be and to INSPIRE you guys to step out of the mainstream way of thinking. I mean fair enough wear a choker and a crop top with jeans on a night out, there is absolutely nothing wrong with it! Just don’t be afraid to switch it up from time to time because that is…

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Summer Days & Tropical Florals

WONDERFUL MODELING OF THIS FLORAL DRESS!

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Once summertime rolls around I always find myself eyeing the racks for the perfect tropical floral piece. There is something about the June heat that really brings forth those tropical floral, pineapple, and flamingo vibes! I recently found this gorgeous dress from Groopdealz and had to get my hands on it!

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This lightweight dress features an intense side slit with a conservative internal layer, halter neckline with exposed back and shoulder straps, self-tying back, a comfortable elastic waist and embroidered cut-out accents.

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Yes, it sounds like a lot is going on, but this dress looks like a simple wrap dress with a beautiful resort-ready tropical print! I decided to pair it with woven tassel accented flip-flops from Stage, and my favorite straw hat. This complete look is perfect for vacation, the beach, or even brunch! Anywhere the sun is out this dress will have you looking your best and ready for…

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Oh sew professional

EXCELLENT WORK HERE! 🙂

Thimble & Threads

new-look-69681At the beginning of July I was New York bound for work.  It was my second trip in as many months and I was really excited but also pretty nervous truth be told. And what do I do when I’m nervous? I fixate on my clothes.

My wardrobe, I feared, lacked that certain something. So over the last few weeks of June I set about to rectify the situation to ensure I would be properly attired: new shoes, new hand bag, new blazer (I’ve yet to find the right pattern to make my own) and of course new dresses.

I decided to go for the tried and tested New Look 6968. I think this is the first dress pattern I sewed as an adult and I’ve done countless versions over the years.

First up was version A in a beautiful  chambray poka-dot print I picked up at the Knitting and Stitching show earlier…

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