Good news! The customized bell bottom denim i wrote about earlier this week is going to be listed in the Earthia shop tomorrow - yay!
The sizing is small, as i mentioned - one pair is even size 24 - i barely could fit into those for the picture! ;)) (it's the pair that was made with original Seven For All Mankind jeans), someone tiny would look gorgeously hippy in them ;)
Pictures of close-up items will be posted in the shop as well, for proper denim twill presentation and detail shots, plus color ;)
The styling pictures are here, one of each pair!
I hope, there is enough for all who wants a pair for now, granted the bells are small!
I am thinking about offering customizing options for everyone, through the Etsy shop. But first, I will finish my friend's custom order for his bell bottoms - will see how satisfied he be, and yes, it's actually mostly guys, who have approached me asking to make a pair for them ;)
I posted before a photo of myself, wearing this ingenious vest, i call it Unicorn Vest, because I love unicorns, and this is the ultimate patchwork upcycled recycled eco-friendly creation!
I get so many compliments on it ;)
It is the most tailored of all what I make, I think.. I have to put all the pieces one by one, creating a shape, that will, then, wrap the body of a wearer in the most complementing manner. I love to wrap both sides, and tighten them a little, and pin with my favorite Moon, Sun and Star brooch.
Guess what? ;) I've been making some Hooded Unicorn Vests for you too!
Tomorrow will list a few of them, with pictures and all, so, stay tuned!
There are the most yummy vests ever ;)
psss... Also, some deliciously rad bell bottoms will be listed tomorrow!
Much of the creative preset, that accumulates over a lifetime, starts in the childhood, sure - as soon as we start to develop the appreciation for joy, that colors, music, movement, poems and words bring to us.
I won't be surprised, if for you, too, it was the fairytale and adventure world, that books were responsible for, thankfully! ;)
These are illustrations to different Russian fairytales, by I. Bilibin, who has done plenty of similar work, drawing for children's books... I remember spending hours letting my imagination flow with daydreaming about mystical dimension, that a fairytale is ;)