Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Where Am I ?



I'm not in a temple, not in a museum, and not in any other public places.
So... Where am I? 
Okay, scroll down and I'll tell you


Last friday I visited my aunt's house. There were some beautiful reliefs on the wall. Really amazing! 


And I wore my sweet pinky dress that I designed.
By the way, I always wear dresses for my blog's photos, but in real life, I usually wear pants and T-shirt, bcoz they're comfortable to wear. 

 

Really feminine dress 


I believe I can fly....... 





BONUS PICTS  


The tart is very yummy!!



Make some wishes and blow the candles 


Officially 15!! 

I'm looking forward to your comments 
Thanks 
See yaaaa....




Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Zippers Zippers

Normally there is one zipper on a clothing, right? 
True, but...... Can you imagine a dress with a lot of zippers? 
Yeah! FULL OF ZIPPERS!!! 


Here is!! There are about 50 zippers on that dress. The length of one zipper is about 20 inches.


Are you curious about how i made this dress? 
Okay, here is the story

Flashback 1 year ago....
  I had a school project to make DIY black dress. I was really really confused at that time. When I looked at my jacket zipper and...... Horraaayy!!! I suddenly got an idea! As soon as possible I looked for my old black shirt and skirt.

THE STEPS : 
    1. Crop the shirt into strapless top 
    2. Use shirt's collar for the necklace
    3. Prepare a large number of zippers
    4. Arrange the zippers on the dress into a unique model 
    5. Sew the arranged zippers
    6. It's done! A fully zippers dress

I also made the zipper bracelet too *Is it cool?* 


I took these photos yesterday, at the corner of my house *No lighting kit, no external flash*. 
So, photos aren't as good as they are at photo studio. 
Please be sorry and enjoy my others.... 












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Love you all and see yaaaaa.... 



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