With two leather collars already designed, I decided to go one better – quite literally. As the leather collar template has been cut from biker trousers I bought from a vintage shop, it is pretty tough material so the best way to attach jewels was to put them onto sheer material first. Once I had done this I simply sewed it together at the back, attached necklace loops and joined it in the middle. VOILA!
This is just a cheap and cheerful cardigan from Tesco my local supermarket. As it is pastel coloured I decided to add pearls rather than edgey studs, controversial decision I know. I’m sure this cardy will come in very handy for chilly summer nights when it seems a good idea to whap the BBQ out.
I came across this Figleaves swimwear one-piece completely by accident. My older sister ordered the wrong size and did not return it in time and it just so happened to be my size. As I look more lay off the chocolate box than Megan Fox in a one piece I decided to cut it up and make a crop top. Also, with a new studs obsession, I decided to stud the bra cups for more detail. This item now encompasses three of my favourite things; crop tops, leopard print and studs.
When I saw this vintage Zara pencil skirt I knew it had so much potential. I had Aztec material which I had previously cut off a dress and thought it would be ideal for this skirt. With so many different colours in the pattern, it can be worn during all of the seasons with different pieces. Here I have teamed it with a crop top and a peter pan collar which I bought in Ibiza over the summer. Most people purchase chlamydia in Ibiza but I never stray far from fashion!
“every summer has a story.”
Although I’ve been working 12 hours a day, I still seem to find time to add to my summer dress collection!
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