It is important for almost everyone to receive feedback about his/her work or product. The limited collections being one of a kind also deserve a word of praise or of disapproval. I decided to start a series of my “limited” favorites. Having already reviewed my everyday go-to DIOR palette, I will show you my favorite glam palette today.
His birth was pretty painfull! And LONG! Ladies and gents, please, welcome my newborn top.
I decided to take part in a sewing competition organized by Burda Style. The winner of this competition will go to Berlin Fashion Week in July. If you are on Facebook, please, vote for me and this dress:
Several weeks ago Sunny posted a very interesting review of the palette DIOR Kingdom of Colours Nr.001. The majority of the commenting people were puzzled about the purpose of this palette. Some of them said that it was ridiculous to mix different textures in the same box, the others complained about the size of the powder/blush/highlighter/etc. Guys, I mean, really, who buys SUCH an expensive palette because of the powder? It’s definitely not a traveler’s kit, but rather a luxurious thingy that you’d like to add to your collection.
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Long before SATC the movie II, we got married twice. Not like Pamela Anderson repeatedly married her husbands, but first, we got married at the city hall and second (two years later), in a church. I was rather a non-bridal bride back in 2008, wearing a black dress, which is why I decided to be a real bride the second time around and wear something gorgeous. We are talking about me, right? So, buying a dress never seemed to be an option. My mother insisted on having it sewn rather than sewing it myself. “It’s an omen,” she said “to sew your own wedding dress.” Well, I thought that I’d already been married for two years and went for creating it myself. And I was right!
After a couple of weeks brooding over the pattern I came upon this Carolina Herrera dress.
The whole crochet dress was a little bit too much for me, but a skirt having similar “scales” felt like a right and pretty extraordinary choice. I tried different patterns and materials and finally chose silk organza (6 meters), satin and organza ribbons (about one kilometer) and pearls (no idea, how many). First, I made several samples of a “scale” using simple stitching, embroidering, ribbon stitching. Then, out of several samples I chose the one that looked best and required the minimum of effort (relatively, of course). Finally, I made a sample of the skirt, cut it into “scales” and calculated the time it would take me to make them. Three months. Well, it took me four months to make them. And it was worth it! My husband loved my outfit and was telling EVERYBODY that I made it myself. I will stop talking about it right now. I’ll just show it.
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