Fash of the month: pomponizing gloves

Customizing obsession

 

Getting proper winter now, it’s time to get the gloves out.  Biking, not punching, even though the temptations are there.  See work meeting 2 days ago.

Anywayz, the gloves were bought in a Spanish market long long ago. They are warm, they grab the bike handles well, but they were very boring.  Until #pomponizing got to them.

 

Coming soon to a blog near you, don’t miss the
pom-ponized tops and jumpers I’m working on 

 

Fash: pomponizing presents

Pomponizing presents and cards

 

 

Pomponizing everywhere, everything.

It’s not just me,  it’s becoming a thing.

 

 

Fash of the month: customizing skirt

Customizing obsession

 

And the newest customizing job, a  plain simple H&M stretch cotton miniskirt, so up-to-date once it is

pomponized.

Ta dah!

 

Still thinking about getting a pom pon machine maker for Xmass.   I just think I would end up adding pom-pons to all my clothes; or, as I call it, pomponizing them.  Which is fine.  But I don’t know if George would appreciate sudden burst of colors on his jumpers.  

 

Fash of the month: customizing t-shirt

Customizing obsession

 

My newest attempt at customizing, which didn’t take much time at all.

spikes

Just a couple of silver spikes sewed onto my
GRUNGE 
t-shirt, so it reads

GRÜNGE,

in a nordic kind of way.

Coming soon to a blog near you, don’t miss the
pom-pon 
miniskirt I’ll be working on next week.

 

Fash of the month: customizing

Customizing obsession

 

Since this summer I have been obsessed with pompons and the likes.  So, when I went past, by total chance, past a haberdashery,  I followed an impulse and grabbed stuff, not really clear about what I was going to do with it.  This is a woman that uses glue to amend the trousers length, let’s be frank about capabilities.

I spent hours playing with the pom pons, since they are so beautiful. And, Gosh, I have seen a pom pon machine maker in Amazon.  Could I get it as a Xmas present anyone?  Do I still get those?

Here is the first batch:
a transformed H&M cap, with a bird and leather tassels,
silk tassel earrings, attached to existing silver spikes,
and a plain grey t-shirt with a little owl and pom-pons.

This is so going to become a winter hobby, and a great way to update old stuff.

More to come, I hope.

Fash of the Month: red dress

red dress

Having acquired the same dress in black when I came across it at 70% reduction, I can say that, although I probably wear the black one for years to come and in absolutely any occasion, this red dress, much less wearable, shows curves in all the right places, cheers up any room and saves time as no accessories or makeup are necessary except matching lipstick.

Anyway,  black should be for work and funerals and red for everything else.