Since no pictures of floss-bracelets have appeared on my blog recently, I have a new set for you today 🙂
I have a couple of ideas how to wear tartan elements and today I’m presenting one of them. Tartan is definitely the main part of this outfit, but I hope I didn’t emphasized it too much. Here you go – a tartan coat, which I’ve been wearing for 8 years (really :)) and it is still in a good condition, a tartan skirt, elements of tartan inside the boots and modified tartan on a floss-bracelet (made by me :)). I added the black colour on a hat, bag and polo neck, and, so the combination doesn’t look too dark, light elements – warm sweater and gaiters (which you know from this post). I wish you a good week! 😀
Coat and polo neck: Zara;
Sweater and gaiters: Bershka;
Skirt and bag: Stradivarius;
Ear-rings: I have them that long (over 10 years) that I can’t remember where I bought them
Floss-bracelet: Aldaneldor 🙂
I sygnalized in my previous posts that I make floss-bracelets. They stand original accesories and look great individually as well as set with other jewellery. I really enjoy making them; this activity is, next to watering big amounts of trees and shrubs in the garden ;), one of the most relaxing I know. The best part is that each one of those bracelets can be unique, because there are so many possibilities in choosing patterns and colours.
Today I’m showing you some of the bracelets I made recently. If you like any of them, I shall be delighted 😀
I will upload pictures of the other floss-bracelets patterns very soon. I say ‘good night’ to you now, as it is 11.30 pm here in Poland 🙂
I feel that autumn is my favourite season of a year every time October comes. I am enchanted by the blaze of beautiful colours, fresh and chill air, gossamer and morning mists. October is a really exquisite month, with its days full of sun and leaves swirling in the wind, when you know that the spectre of heavy November rains is still remote and vague. If you manage to wake up early in the morning, you might come across very interesting phenomenoms, worth taking picture of 😀 I am going to show you some examples of my “early morning” photos in the next post, but now I have another “fashion” note for you – the set is very simple and referring to autumn a bit, especially with the boots pattern. The sweater with a hood (I adore hoods 🙂 ), brought from Copenhagen, is also autumnal, as well as floss-bracelet. I imagined this composition that simple, without any unnecessary accesories.
In the following post I will show you also pictures of the accesories I added to this set, taken in the autumnal nature, and I hope you will like my idea 🙂 let’s hope that the beautiful, sunny October weather will last at least a little longer.
Enjoy the pictures 🙂
October is a mix of late summer and early autumn 🙂
A butterfly, lost in the autumn 🙂
Autumn grasses and Canadian goldenrot (Solidago canadensis)
A new floss-bracelet pattern
By posting this note I would like to say goodbye to the summer, which is gone for a week now. You can feel the autumn in nature on the photos below, though it was sunny last Saturday, when we took the pictures. However, the combination of white and mint, which I adore, is perfectly summer. By the way, I present you another floss bracelet, made by myself 🙂
The pictures were taken by the Polish sea, in Międzyzdroje. Enjoy! 🙂
I’m very fond of grey colour – especially lighter shades of it. It is one of the “safe” hues and when combined with white or black, there comes a classic and neat union. Grey blouse and white trousers look really nice together, and the addition of brown – the belt and the bag – beefs up the whole. I added the dragonfly necklace and some bracelets (the floss bracelet I made by myself). Today it is a dark day with no sun, so I’m adding these pictures to remind myself one of the sunny August days 🙂
Trousers: Zara, blouse: Mohito, bag: Reserved, belt: Bershka, shoes: Lasocki, necklace: Iloko, bracelets: present, floss bracelet: made by aldaneldor :), rings: I am
And here are some inspirations for this combination of colours: