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Tuesday, 11 April 2017
2. The Two-Piece
3. The Playsuit.
4. The Jumpsuit
5. The SkirtSuit
6. Flared Pants
7. The Trouser Suit
8. The Full Skirt
9. The Maxi Dress
10. The Kimono
11. The Crop Top
12. The Peplum Top
13. The Straight Skirt
14. The Mixed Print Dress
15. The High Slit.
16. The Shorts Suit
17. The Wrap Dress
18. The Shift Dress
19. The Off Shoulder Dress
20. Playful Shorts
Monday, 10 April 2017
Mine is going pretty fast, I can’t believe it’s still Monday after spending like three more days since Monday started.
I mean its still 10am on Monday, since the day started. At this time last week Monday it was already Friday, but who am I to complain?. (Edit)
Happy Good Friday!!! Really, in my head today is Friday, Monday has stayed too long, we can as well skip Tuesday - Thursday right? I love my Fry-days - days when I get fries for breakfast or dinner, hopefully today will be one of those days. Who am I decieving? nobody will make fries for me, I'm a bloody bachelor! I'll just get home, take a shower and hug my pillow and wait for another Friday to be upon me... So sorry Lydia, I had to edit your words, you talked about Valentines day being like every other day for you, saying since Valentines day is for celebrating love you believe everyday should be valentines day because love should be shared daily. I totally agree with you, totally!!!
Talking about LOVE, I love me this denim bundle of joy I recently thrifted.
I’ve always wanted similar coats or jackets in black, grey and beige because they look so cute and would be very useful. I guess it’s a fashion bloggers thing though, bloggers can you relate…
You can’t imagine the joy I felt when I came across this denim jacket. It’s quite longer than normal denim jackets I see around and looks pretty similar to the jackets/coats I was talking about. I didn’t think twice before purchasing this one, and I have no regrets whatsoever buying this jacket.
What I’m Wearing
Denim jacket – Thrift
Dress – Random Buy
Bag – Preowned
Shoes – Preowned
A very simple way to style up loose-fitted jackets like this is pair it up with a bodycon dress to create a balance.
Although I paired with a pair of nude heels to bring out a very simple but chic look, deep within my heart I know that if I had a pair of white kicks I probably would have preferred to pair it with that for comfort.
There are several ways to style up this denim jacket and this is one, I’d likely be showing you other ways this type of jackets can be styled later on the blog.
I hope you enjoyed this post. Do you have something similar to this jacket? If you had a denim jacket like this how would you rather style yours? Do leave me a reply in the comment section.
Hey I really appreciate your time, but don’t just scroll off without leaving a comment, it’s like a cherry on the sundae you know! I would really love to hear from you.
With love, Lydia.
Source: Lydia's Chronicle
EDITED BY: Adebusoye Ademola.
Saturday, 8 April 2017
Over the weeks I’ve discovered a real simple hack or DIY neckpiece(s) that I really love. I’ve been rocking them lately, and getting compliments as well. I don’t really know if I should call it a DIY or a FASHION HACK since I didn’t really cut or sew or do anything of such.
The amazing thing about this DIY NECKPIECE is that you basically need just two items to make it, and it can serve as 4-5 neckpieces for you.
Now down to what you need…
Here’s What You Need;
- Lace cords (Tennis lacings)
Neckpiece 1: Long Neck-piece
You don’t need to do anything special here, just put your pendant on the tennis lace cord and tie the ends.
Neckpiece 2: Perfect Fit Neckpiece
Over here it’s almost with the first but in this case, rather than tie it at the end, you tie it at the middle and make a bow with the remaining part of the lace cord (or you can as well leave it like that like I do sometimes).
Neckpiece 3: Tie-Front Choker
I think this is my favorite piece. Its super easy, just tie the cord on your neck once (its not likely going to go around twice) and make a bow at the front.
Neckpiece 4: Button Choker
Here, you’d use a button in place of a pendant and tie it on your neck as a choker. Like in “Neckpiece 2” you can either leave the remaining cord like that or you tie a bow at the back.
I hope you enjoyed the post, and now you know several ways to use your tennis lace cords as a neck piece.
Whay do you think of this DIY/Hack? And Which neckpiece is your favorite?
SOURCE: Lydias Chronicle
The first innovative and social footwear brand in Africa, Keexs and South African based Afrikanswiss (Africa's premier denim brand) recently collaborated on a new collection for South African Fashion Week 2017.
The Keexs sneaker collection with art curated by self-taught artist Lemi Ghariokwu, draws inspiration and pays tribute to the legendary Fela Anikulapo – Kuti, a Nigerian multi-instrumentalist, musician, composer, pioneer of the Afrobeat music genre, human rights activist and political maverick who has inspired millions of people all over the world.
The Afrikanswiss collection fused Nigerian traditional wear with pantsula street wear. Pantsula, a highly energetic dance originated in the black townships of South Africa during the Apartheid era. It developed into a form of social commentary for black South Africans and although it has undergone several transformations with the country's changing political tides it still stays relevant till today.