Diy new life for my Trench coat

Last summer, I found a pretty well-cut navy blue trench coat but sadly sober. So, I decided to give it a little sparkles with some nails.

For supplies I used: – My two small hands – 1 pliers – Nails purchased in a haberdashery in Paris

Step 1: Position the nails provisionally on the garment to have the desired pattern before starting Step 2: Move the nail to the desired location and drill the tissue by gently pressing

Step 3: With the pliers, bend the peaks of the the nail on themselves and voila!

And here is the result! What do you think? It’s still simple but with a touch of fun!

Facebook Twitter Email
Leave a reply

Foire de Paris 2012 My purchases

New In! I’m very late but here are what I brought back home after my visits to the Foire de Paris: too cute a little cap, a pink cashmere scarf with polka dot, a pink tote with bow, two silk scarves.

And as you know, I also brought home a sewing machine but I’ll show it when I would finally have my office. Soon …

Facebook Twitter Email
Leave a reply

New in for my little feet ❤

When the sun came back, I went to get some summer shoes to my parents’ where I still store a lot of stuff. And then I remembered that my small collection of shoes suffered terribly understaffed of ballerinas. To solve this situation, I went shopping !

Taking advantage of a discount of 10€ for 2 pairs of ballerinas purchased at Etam’s, I bought four new pairs of colored ballerinas. And passing through one of the shops of La Scarpa, I bought a pair of white lacquer ballerinas and beige python like.

And you girls, are the ballerina is a Must have of summer? Are you also addicted? How many pairs of ballerinas have you in your shoe collection?

From left to right, from top to bottom : 1. Ballerinas beige python like : La Scarpa 2. White ballerinas : La Scarpa 3. Beige ballerinas with pink piping : Etam 4. Green water ballerinas : Etam 5. Beige ballerinas with golden piping :  Etam 6. Dark bleu ballerinas : Etam

Facebook Twitter Email
Leave a reply