I have been looking for a dreamcatcher for a really long time, and I finally found a beautiful white one on Ebay. Hopefully it will take my nightmares away!
Spell designs lookbook for spring/summer 2013. The vision behind this shoot was to create a desert island oasis. Imagine yourself at this location, with the warm spring sunshine on your face.
This collection is a tribute to granny and her perfectly mismatched style, her love of cats, jewels, travels and gardening, her hair that she never cuts, the old mansion she bought in the 90’s with the last of her savings, her big glasses she always wears to brunch, and that grandma spirit we all know and adore.
There is a famous saying that goes something like time flies when you’re having fun. Well, I’ve been pretty busy, and suddenly four months had passed! So much have happened since the last I was in here, and I haven’t been eager to blog at all. I don’t know when I will be back for sure, but hang in there. If you’re impatient please follow me on twitter, instagram or weheartit, I update there more frequently.
Why not cover something in crystals? I’m really liking the thought of that. Take the pictures as inspiration, or maybe I will be doing a DIY.
Wildfox fall 2012, inspired by the classical love story of Romeo and Juliet. So beautiful, both the story and the pictures. Makes me want to watch the whole tragic, but romantic, movie all over again.
Flower crowns have been very popular ever since Lana del Rey wore one on her cover photo. I’ve been searching for the perfect one for ages, but I haven’t found any I fancy. So I decided to make one myself! Its perfect for a special occasion or if you just want to feel pretty. The cost depends on where you get your materials.
You will need:
- Fake flowers(I bought mine at Ikea)
I bought whole flowers with a stem, but you can also buy flowers from any craft store that doesn’t have a stem. It is also possible to use fresh flowers for this, it will not last that long though. Snap the flowerbuds off the stems and cut them with the scissors all the way down. Arrange the flowers on your table the way you would like them to be placed in your hair.
Take an old hairband or buy a new one, the color of your headband have to match the flowers or your intended outfit, because it will show a bit through. Next you just hotglue all the flowers to your headband. Start in the middle and make your way to the edges. Watch out for the glue, it will burn your fingers! Keep on adding flowers until you are satisfied with the look.
Here you have my finished result! Can’t wait to wear it tomorrow at a birthday bash. If you guys like my site on facebook you will get a sneakpeek on upcoming projects before they are published.