sabato 29 giugno 2013

fashion tutorial from the web

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Whether you’re a Jackson Pollock aficionado or couldn’t get enough of Spin Art as a kid, there’s no denying the positive impact of colorful and energetic splatters of paint. Add an unexpected addition to your outfit with jewelry inspired by designer Tom Binns’ splatter-effect Spring 2013 collection. This artistic wow-factor will makes you want to celebrate and paint the town. So bring out your inner DIY expressionist and turn an old accessory into a fresh work of art!

To create: Select an assortment of paint colors. The more colors, the more layers you’ll have. To keep a tidy space, use newspaper or a drop cloth. Pour a dollop of paint onto a protective surface and dab a paint brush; flick onto a statement necklace, we opted for a chunky rhinestone version. Take your next color and repeat. Try different brushes for an array of speckled effects. Once finished, let completely dry before wearing.FalseFalseFalse
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Did you know that Pantone chips evolved from a solution to help shoppers choose precise shades of pantyhose*? Fifty years later, Pantone’s universe of hues is the standard relied upon by every industry that deals with color; so, it was only a matter of time that they’d start defining trends as well. Pantone declared Emerald as 2013’s Color of the Year…and since we’re also celebrating the Year of The Snake, this week’s DIY links both milestones together and keeps you up-to-date with a tassel necklace that would leave even Queen Medusa herself green with envy. 

To create: Add a wood bead to the top of each tassel. Separate links on theacrylic chain and link tassels on, placing longest tassel in the center of the chain. Knot each end of the chain with metallic rope (or opt for ribbon), and tie to finish off.  

 
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They may as well alter that old saying to “look good from head to heel” because all eyes are on the artsy inches at the back of our shoes. Lucite blocks, metallic spikes and glam glitter have been taking footwear to bold new heights for the past few seasons. Along with WhoWhatWear, we’ve decided these bulbous glam Viktor & Rolf heels are the shoe crush of the season. Other designers that took part in this eye-popping trend include DVF, Hermès and Margiela. Step it up and have a ball with this j’amazing bauble heel!



To create: String silver beads onto wire in descending order; leave approximately 6 extra inches of wire, then use wire cutters to cut. Tightly wrap the extra wire slightly above the tip of the heel. Use a small piece of foil tape to hold wrapped wire in place. Use a heel liner to seal the opposite end of the wire to the inside of the shoe. Aim for a liner with padding to prevent the wire from rubbing against the back of your feet. 
 
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