Today, Thursday 29th August 2013.I wore a chambray/ denim polkadots dress, I pared it with white and nude kitten heel.I have Accessorized this whole look with a red waist belt,red briefcase bag, gold chunky chain and gold earrings...
Hope you like this look and get inspired to create your own.
Its my hope that life is treating y'all very well...
Today I wanna share with you my another fashion adventure and this involves makeups...My sister Momo has this unpolished talent of doing make-ups that she hasn't taken it so serious. So yesterday when went for a sleepover at her place and she turned our faces ( mine and my lil sister's ) into her practice zone.
Its not like am complaining...Nooo! cause i really enjoyed getting my face done with all those makeups and looking all cute and different...I was happy to play along.
And the fact that I could learn a thing or two made this little experience even more enjoyable. Cause the truth is,when it comes to makeups am very shallow and most of times I don't put my makeups on because I don't really know who to properly apply them. So apart from being an adventurous experience it was also a learning experience for me.
Its amazing how creative a person can get when they're bored. They say necessity leads to invention...and I very much agree with that cause I have always wanted a perfect African print Clutch but it wasn't until recent that I really needed this African print clutch,So its that kind of necessity that has led to the making of the African print clutch.....
Its not a hard procedure cause I did it in two and a half hours and the results were perfect...
I had a little help from a professional tailor but 99% of work is mine and am proud of myself.
Things I used to make my African print clutch:
1. A piece of African print cloth
2. An old clutch which I no longer use
3. Fabric glue
5 A thread (depending on the color of the cloth) and a needle
6. Standard pin
Hope you get inspired and make your own clutch with kind of print you like.