My dental hygenist resembled Perez Hilton

Another rainy day. Yay? I'm getting used to these days. I decided to dress bright to pretend that it was sunny and summery. Even though it wasn't. At all.

(Necklace - Forever 21 $12, Floral Dress - Thrifted $5, Purple Blouse - Value Village/ Vintage $6, Tights - H&M $6, Shoes - Aldo $10)

^ This necklace is so much fun! I love Forever 21 if not only for this piece.

For any body who actually reads what I write (you guys are the best!!), here are some of my DIY/ Sewing I've done the past two, rainy, dreary days that I promised to post..

The classic puffy skirt.. but with embellishments!

^ Details - the skirt looks really awkward on the hanger. And the pictures kind of suck. Whoops. But you get the idea!

DIY Shirts - Taken from plain, white Hanes Ts.

Shirt 1)

^ See the second black, lighter line? Not supposed to be there, but it's washable marker so it'll come off!

Shirt 2)

^Skeleton fun!

These shirts were so much fun to make! Definitely something worth a try. Um, except, you may want to actually follow the direction for the dye and wear gloves. Otherwise your hands change race. After thorough washing..

The song "Bruises" is running through my head whenever I look at them.. I'm permanently black and blue, I'm permanently black and blue for youuuuu. Moral of the story: wear gloves!

Once again, for any of my readers who actually read my monsterous and, admittedly, awkward posts (once again, you all rock!), I am going to Peru for 3 weeks! Therefore, there will be no updates until July 20th-ish. Anyways, I am doing volunteer work for Peru's Challenge - I'm really excited to be emerged in a new country with a totally different culture from mine. I will post pictures and updates when I get home! Leaving tomorrow - Happy Canada's Day all fellow Canadians!

Quite proud - everything for three weeks in a little suitcase! :)

Anyways, thank you SO much for coming. Please comment and I will definitely get back to you all as soon as I come back. Have a lovely summer (or at least a few weeks in July)! Sending sunny days and happiness your way with my super powers. Hopefully. :)


FASHIONconfectionairy said...

Ah, great finds. That necklace is so playful and that skirt is so indie and cute, have fun in Peru!

Anonymous said...

Wow those shirts are fantastic (really love the skeleton ones) and the skirt is so cute! You are very good at making clothes! Hope you have a great time in Peru, I'm sure it'll be a fantastic adventure. =]. Oh, and that necklace is just beautifully fun.

getting-freaky said...

you're cute and i love your style

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Stephanie Kim said...

the skeleton fun shirt looks great! have fun on your trip!!

suzie said...

that skeleton shirt and your skirt are sooooo cute! i love it! good luck and have fun in peru :).

patricia said...

oh my gosh that skeleton shirt is beyond fantasmagorical. and i totes don't use that word lightly.

have fun in Peru, and stay safe. x

Anonymous said...

i love your outfit so much! and that diy skirt is just so cute and those shirts are very cool too!


Anonymous said...

I love this outfit so much! it is SOOO chic and playful I love everything about it... you have a great sense of style :0)

Beki said...

Wow, that's a really good shirt!!! Your talented.


Carina the Blogarina said...

Such beautiful colors!!

I love this trend with the belt over the open cardiagan! If my tumy wasn't so big, I would wear my clothes like that.. :O)

Emma said...

Those shirts and the skirt are awesome! I love you entire outfit! The necklace...there are no words
Have fun in Peru and Happy Canada Day!!

I'll miss your posts!


Sam said...

I adore your outfit! I wish it was raining more here, but I don't think the warmth here won't stop...

Harmony said...

love your outfitttt

and the shirts you made
wish i was as creative as youu

Carrie said...

Hi there! Im a friend of Magpie girls, found your blog thru hers! love your stuff, your very creative, and i adore your use of colour. look forward to seeing more!
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Marian said...

love yoru skirts, well done on the bird one. the t-shirts are so good. well done!
muah x

Isabel said...

Happy Canada Day!

Your DIY skills are seriously the best. That bird skirt is soooo adorable and the shirt are just badass. You are amazing, mmkay?

DaisyChain said...

I NEED that necklace. Damn not having F21 over here.

mikaela said...

so pretty!

love the vintage finds, i'm gonna go to value village more often now!

there's so many in Vancouver, i've gotta get to them :)

and i love H&M too

Malena said...

i love all your diys, especially the shirt! i love tie dye.

deep_in_vogue said...

Such a fun outfit, you look so beautiful! And wow I love that skeleton shirt!

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Chloe said...

I love how you put everything. I love your necklace!


Marmelindela said...

I love the skirt, very cute. Did you draw the skeletons on the second shirt as well? They look amazing. Hop you are having a great vacation.

Stacy said...

that necklace and your drawn-on tshirts are awesome!

hope you're having fun in peru


Vik said...

oh no i didnt realize you were away on holiday! Ive just given you a blog award on my blog :) check it out when you get back. tagged you too!
Much love from Ireland

TheSleekGeek said...

nice outfit!!
i love your DIY T!! they're beautiful and really great!

Anonymous said...

I'm one of those readers who reads everything ;) *silent shouts of pride*
yes I would love to exchange links of course :)
I love those D.I.Y shirts and that adorable skirt!
nicky x

Jess said...

i like the purple blouse and the way it seems to drape :)

Folu said...

woah! those diy shirts are absolutely amazing! I am defintely going to try that with one of the millions of tote bags I have. Great blog!


Nancy said...

Awesome DIY projects! Hope you have a good time in Peru :)

Zarna said...

great necklace and amazing DIYS!

have fun in peru :)


Jowy said...



Style Bird said...

I love your DIY.

Alanna said...

love the DIY, im sorry your dentist looked like perez hilton, I hate that guy, gossip although juicy is just so gross to me, live and let live!

sarah said...

i love the bright floral dress!
it's great.
and i am astonished that u fit everything for 3 weeks into that suitcase! well done.
i went away for 6 days and took a wayy bigger suitcase! haha
but i am a guilty overpacker.

-style on the rocks

Suzanne said...

love your use of color so much! and the necklace is absolutely great!

nicola ticola said...

that skirt is so cute!! I absolutely love it! Excellent DIYing!

nicola xx


Andie said...

omg i love your dress! and you seriously made all that stuff?!?! seriously jealz, must copy.... MWAHAHA!

The Socialite said...

Great post, love your pictures! ;)

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