I have a friend who copies me even to the point of ordering the same food at a restaurant. Every. Single. Time. I find myself purposely not showing her things or telling her where I get things from for fear that moments later she’ll be Googling and adding to basket. I don’t feel flattered, I feel irritated. She’s a chronic copy cat, infringing on my self expression, it’s a form of identity theft but without the consequences.
The monochromatic look featured heavily in Madeit Fashion Week 2016, but there was no shortage of bold and colourful too. Continue reading
Welcome to Day 5 of Madeit Fashion Week
Sadly this is the our last day of shows for 2016, but there will be a dramatic round-up on Monday, so please drop by.
Thank you so much for tuning in on Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, and Day 4, I hope you have enjoyed the shows even half as much as I have. Everyone finally got to present their interpretation of Drop and it has been a privilege to see.
But it’s not over yet, so grab a drink and enjoy todays sensational shows. Which incidentally and unintentionally all have a monochrome theme going on.
Hi, I’m Ajaire from Call Ajaire and I’m excited to participate in this series, but first a brief introduction. I’ve always loved making. At an early age I started cross stitching and sewing and I taught myself to knit and crochet during college. When our now three and a half year old daughter Bean was born I was filled with all sorts of inspiration, so now I find ways to manage my crafty time and treasure those moments. Okay, I won’t hold out any longer…. I just can’t wait for you to see more of the Florence I made for my girl!
Hey all, it’s Ashley from Sewing Sober. I am so excited to be on the Florence tour with all these amazing bloggers, and was floored when Olu asked me to participate! I am a mommy of two little girls ages 5 and 10mo, 25 years old and living in Tampa, Florida with my fiancé Ryan. I hope you enjoy my “non-traditional” holiday Florence 🙂
Bonnie & Lottie
Hi I’m Sam from Bonnie & Lottie. When Olu contacted me about the Florence I was so flattered to be included and immediately intimidated. Although I have sewn many outfits for my 2 daughter’s, I have been able to avoid the blouse. It took me ages to find the right fabric but when I did, it all came together! Head on over to my adventures in blouse making with a festive spin. Thanks Olu!
And don’t forget to head over to the Florence Competition page and tell us your favourite Florence so far.