Every year I make resolutions about the same things; being more active, staying creative and changing the course of my career. This year, I feel like 2 out of those 3 things are already underway and being more active is always a challenge for me…. So I thought my 2013 resolutions should revolve around fashion.
1. Find new in the old- I resolve to keep my shopping to a minimum while putting new looks together from my overflowing closet of already purchased apparel and accessories.
(this look was from Christmas day, comfy chic – tom scott sweater /gar-de long sleeve tee / t by alexander wang skirt / h&m tights /LD Tuttle Boots / Christmas gifted watch, thanks Mom!)
2. Fill in the holes- I resolve to fill the holes of my wardrobe by handcrafting pieces of my own designs from my fabric archive. In 2011 I made 1 garment a month for the entire year – Project de.- and I am bringing it back for 2013.
(my 1920’s inspired dress I made yesterday and wore last night to ring in the new year)
3. Play with prints- I resolve to take more risks with wearing prints this year. Adding more prints to my wardrobe will be inevitable if I keep up resolution #2 because my arsenal of fabrics consists mostly of quirky vintage patterns.
Wishing you all a very Happy and Fashionable New Year!!
Season after season he never fails to inspire me. Dries Van Noten’s Spring 2013 show is edgy, a bit grunge, full of plaids, prints and textures in muted colors. The styling also looked young and street style appropriate.
I need these pants!
Lauren Moffatt’s Spring 2013 collection made me wish summer wasn’t over. Inspired by 1960’s tennis outfits, the collection was full of easy dresses with simple cutouts, matching separates in a bright retro palette. My favorite were the crochet pieces, they had the usual hint of whimsy that I love most about Lauren’s work.
I went to the art store last week to restock our markers and pencils and thought it was ironic that the very supplies you use to create art can inspire art as well. I love the lines and repetition of simple geometric shapes in natural colors. Some of these images create amazing transitional color palettes, and others would make fantastic prints!
The only way to travel is in style, and if I were going to Mars I would have no choice but to wear a fashionable space suit to get there. Once there I would enjoy an icy swim and take in the breath-taking scenery, all the while wearing Pedro Lorenco’s Pre-Fall 12 collection.
(all images via my pinterest)