1. bruised-chanel:

    fashion blog that follows back & makes banners:)

    (via thegirlandthebeach)

  2. fashiongeometry:

    These stunning shoe designs are by Dutch fashion designer Winde Rienstra…they are but a small part of her extensive and breathtaking portfolio. I’m sure I’ll be posting more of her work sono.

  3. fashiongeometry:

    This collection by Irina Shaposhnikova is inspired by geological formation of crystals and mineral. The Crystallographica collection consists of garments with strong geometrical folds and sharp facets which accentuate the anatomy of a female body.  Delicate fabrics of wool, silk organza and cotton are fused with plastic and high-tech fabrics to further create striking, powerful silhouettes.

  4. fashiongeometry:

    Georgia Hardinge A/W11

  5. fashiongeometry:

    Gareth Pugh at Paris Fashion Week Spring 2009

  6. Classic White Shirt With a Difference

    So for a lot of us, a white shirt is a staple piece in our wardrobe, a basic necessity. But it can be a little bit dull on its own so why not spice it up? Shown above are examples of how to add a splash of colour to a simple shirt and have it make all the difference!

    Whichever colour your wearing with your white shirt continue it through your outfit with matching jewellery or a handbag. Really bring a modern twist to a minimalist piece.

  7. Upcycling - the New Vintage? So lovelies, of course the styles in this post aren’t for everyday but I love them! I like that no matter what the item is it can be upcycled and turned into something new that wouldn’t look out of place on a catwalk! Hope this post inspires you, or maybe it even reminds you of something you’ve created? Either way then let me know, would love to see your creations.


  8. Think Outside the Blog: Upcycling

    Continuing the Lady Gaga theme here, I’ve collected some photos which are a little different but are fashion nonetheless! If there was ever an opportunity to think outside the blog it’s this. Take some inspiration from the next few photos and make something of your own! Jewellery, clothing, a bag? What could you make out of items lying around the house?

    Be inspired! Happy upcycling:)

  9. More Than a Fashion Statement.

    Lady Gaga perfectly demonstrates how to make a statement and look good at the same time. Why not team your favourite skirt or jeans with a slogan top to publicise an important cause? You could even make the top yourself with some spray paint and a stencil.

    Look good, give some attention to a good cause at the same time.

  10. Favourite Statement Dress

    Okay lovelies, so I know that a short prom dress isn’t for everyone and I’ve always had my heart set on a floor length gown but for this beauty I’d make an exception! The black and white contrast especially around the hips slims and defines your shape. The white strip down the middle adds something unusual to the outfit and really shows a bold choice.

    Definitely my favourite of all the prom dresses I’ve seen! If only it were longer. Pair this with a bold red lip and pearls. Or pink lips and link heels if you’re really feeling outrageous.