Today I mixed two basic colours, black and grey, with different materials: shiny polyester (sorry, not very romantic...),
cotton and leather.
Since my local H&M will probably not have the Fashion against AIDS items, I had a look in my treasure box and found extra colour skulls which I mixed with small pearls. And this bracelet already had its effect this morning. My daughter was eyeing upon it, but soon decided she was too young to wear skulls. Good for me !!
I also took a close-up shot because after a little more than a month blogging I'm ready to unveil. When you're still in your 20's or 30's, your skin begins to change. But it does not matter, you're still in a young age group (according to the media). But when you reach your 40's, then people definitely push you on the other side of the gate. The girl at the Beauty Shop will give you anti-wrinkle cream samples... As for me, I've never felt better in my mind. As I told you in my first post, if I don't dare now, I'll never make anything !
Grey blazer : Zara
Tee-shirt : Marc Jacobs "Protect the skin you're in - Heidi Klum"
this "flu-sorethroat-tiredness" episode - see earlier this week - , the weather is still not ready to improve.
Sun, rain, wind and this two or three times a day...
My kids are beginning to behave like lions in a cage!
But as holidays are also a good way to do something they can't do while at school, my son has developed a special liking for Western films. And we're having many of them programmed in the afternoon on TV.
I know it's having them sitting in front of TV, but when the film is finished they transpose what they just saw into their Playmobil world and that's a very good thing. They can play again for hours !
All this to say that when my son saw me this morning, he said that I looked as if I was going to play in a Western film...
From a 6-year-old boy, I'll take this as a compliment !!!
I'm just back from the polling station, hope for the best...
Today I was inspired by Zara's April Lookbook, without much of Zara's outfit though ! Just a tee-shirt I got last summer, quite in this Spring's neon tendency. And I had ripped these jeans last summer.
Very easy with a pumice stone that I rubbed against the material until the hole looks real (not just a snip with scissors).