I've found some street style pictures of what the Parisians themselves
These are just all so chic and European its beautiful.
The silk boxer shorts give a nod to the lingerie trend, but worn like this it doesn't look like they belong in the bedroom. The rich teal hued shirt cinched at the waist gives the outfit a light, summery feel. While the knotted pearls and the black heals add and touch of elegance.
The sheer lace cami is very sensual but completely wearable when its business chic. The black and grays of the outfit look very professional while the pop of colour and the caged heels take the look from boring to spectacular.
And that was my extremely fun and interesting shoot!
Let me know what you think.
This is Maegan, she was working on her headband :)
This is me, and I apologize for my sorry state.
At this point I was assembling the dress out of the white cotton jersey.
I didn't use a pattern, instead I copied one of my mothers basic t-shirt dress,
and then made some small adjustments like the 3/4 sleeves, and a scoop neck because my mum doesn't like boat necks on herself.
This is the sweater dress complete! :)
The dying process was a lot of fun and probably my favourite part of making this dress. We got dye from Micheal's that was in a spray bottle. Then to create the tie dye effect we twisted and scrunched the fabric. And to keep some areas really white we used strips of fabric to cover them. We also layered pink over orange to give it a richer hue.
Ironing on the crystals was also fun, they are soo pretty. We bought Swarovski iron on crystal from Micheal's and then applied them along the white pieces.
All done! My beautiful mum tried it on right away and then wore it out for dinner that night :)