African Print two ways!
An awesome friday to you my fellow lovers of all things fashion.
Firstly i must apologise for my lack of blogging, the past few months have been the busiest time for me, and unfortunately i haven't managed my time well enough to fit in a post, and believe it or not, i still find it wired to be consistent in taking pictures when those perfect moments present themselves. I promise to do better from now though.
This past September i found love in this Flared African Print skirt i was called on to make for a friends family event, it was all quite a short notice saga, but eventually this skirt is what was born of that weekends pressure.
Im totally crazy about the bow, it sort of adds a hint of a 60's element to the bold African Print detail of the garment, which i feel keeps the look of it very feminine and whimsical in a very modern kind of way.
And of cause, what is a flared skirt without pockets right?!
Since the first one of these skirts, iv cut almost ten of them, some for clients and others as gifts in an assortment of styles and prints, but keeping the basic concept intact. Its a simple skirt which makes it easy to wear for any occasion but detailed enough to be the focal point of the look. I feel every woman should own an African Print Full skirt, the feeling it gives you when wearing it is just priceless...trust me, I've seen how it makes its recipients react and iv experienced it for myself.
Neck piece: Ruthie. O Collection
Mesh Sweetheart tops: Mr Price
Black Tuxedo Jacket: Mango
Flare Bow Skirt: LMClothing
Metallic sharp Pumps: Truworths
Black ankle strap Sandals: Truworths