Published on April 10, 2014 by Your Retail Therapist
Never mind the Pollocks, here’s the Arty Farty trend. Did Karl, Miuccia and Phoebe all failed art class and felt the urgent psychological need to make up for it? Or is it coincidence all designers went crazy with splatters and paint in Who’s Afraid Of Red Yellow And Blue colors this Spring?
If you don’t want to be the subject of their frustration and look like a walking painting, but don’t mind a little black and yellow brush stroke accent, this Céline inspired Zara scarf is perfect for spicing up a Five Piece Wardrobe.
Published on April 9, 2014 by Your Retail Therapist
First of all all credits to Zoe Karssen for making these cool Rock ‘n Roll style tees. But when I saw a DIY on bleach painting I couldn’t think of any better design inspiration than her.
You’ll need: a cotton black tee, bleach, cardboard, a cardboard stencil, a cheap paintbrush, a spray bottle.
To paint a design; Protect your shirt on the inside with cardboard. Use some chalk to make a design than dip your brush in the bleach and quickly but carefully write over your design. Let dry and wash as normal.
To spray a design; Protect your shirt on the inside with cardboard. Cut out a stencil (moustache, bat or star) in cardboard, than lightly(!) spray over the area you do want to bleach out. Wait 5 minutes before deciding if more spray is needed. Let dry for 20 minutes before removing the stencil and wash as normal.
Tutorial borrowed from A Beautiful Mess
Published on April 5, 2014 by Your Retail Therapist
Published on April 4, 2014 by Your Retail Therapist
Published on April 3, 2014 by Your Retail Therapist
I don’t understand the huss and fuss about Johnny Depp wearing his chick’s engagement ring, while half the female population on the fashion planet is wearing her boyfriend’s wardrobe. My advice to these guys? Throw away your khakis and college sweater and catch up on some Men’s style. Image borrowed from Popsugar