Do you like roses? Isn’t interesting the meaning a rose takes on in our society today? Whether you’re a fan of roses or not, you can’t deny that it symbolizes love (to some degree). But today, I won’t be talking about just any red rose, I’ll be talking about the enchanted red rose. Yes, the enchanted rose from the film Beauty and the Beast.
This is the last post to my Beauty and the Beast trilogy. If you haven’t seen my previous 2 post about Belle’s Little Town (or Belle’s Provincial Life) you can see it here and Belle’s Yellow Dress, you can read it here too.
This dress is from the Beauty and the Beast Collection from Target. This rose dress, while the silhouette is inspired by Belle, the print is inspired by the enchanted rose.READ MORE
Embroidery is everywhere this season. There are embroidered pants, embroidered skirts, embroidered jackets, embroidered dresses & skirts, embroidered shoes. While the embroidery on a lot of the mass produced clothing pieces are sewn via machinery, I can’t deny the fact that embroidery just looks beautiful. I am, however, more in awe of people that hand sews embroidery. Of course, there are different types of embroidery but nonetheless, the outcome of embroidery is always beautiful. Embroidery is definitely an art.
Growing up I would watch my grandma sit by her sewing machine or on a couch, and hand embroider various Hmong patterns. Once old enough, though I was still in grade school, she taught me how to create the beautiful designs. Eventually I was good enough that she would give me projects to work on, so she can focus on sewing other things. Unfortunately, over the years I became busier and I don’t remember the last time I create a Hmong embroidery piece or embroidered anything.
But I still have admiration for people who embroiders. Similar to the one on my jacket in this outfit. This is actually the top part of a traditional Hmong attire, but I wanted to style it differently for this look. I opt for an embroidered jacket because READ MORE
This is the second post to my Beauty and the Beast trilogy. If you haven’t seen my previous post about Belle’s Little Town (or Belle’s Provincial Life) you can see it here. This outfit is inspired by Belle’s yellow dress. In fact, this outfit is from the Beauty and the Beast collection at Target.
I won’t be talking about my adoration for the Beauty and the Beast film (both animated and live-action) since I did talk about it here. But I will be sharing a few of my favorite Beauty and the Beast Belle inspired dresses. I know Prom is coming, weddings are coming up, spring dances, graduation parties, and the list goes on. Whether you are attending a very formal dance or a casual wedding, you can still channel your inner Belle. Plus, if there is an event that is Beauty and the Beast themed, this would be perfect!
Are you a fan of the fringe-hem jeans? Or do you call it the raw-hem jeans? Maybe the frayed-hem jeans? Whichever way you call your seamless jeans, while they may not have the clean-cut-hem look of a normal pair of jeans, they do pair well with different clothing pieces to create that chic outfit. (Here are a few of my fringe-hem jeans faves: this one & this one).
Here, I’m sharing with you one way to style raw-hem jeans.READ MORE