Since V-day is around the corner, I thought to do a DIY for all you Valentine lovers out there. Down below you will find my video on how I show you how to take an old sweater and redesign it into this Lip Sequin Sweater. Since lips are trending at the moment, this shirt would be a perfect item to wear for V-day.
I’m a big fan of Marie Forleo YouTube channel. She gives great tips on how to better your business and today I want to share with you her latest video: Change Your Money Beliefs. It gives insight on how to view money on a positive level. Thought its worth sharing since a lot of people have different views on money. Definitely great tips that I’m going to apply. Down below is where you can view the video. Let me know what you think.
Happy Friday Everyone,
I wanted to challenge myself and take my old 8th grade prom dress and turn it into something useful. 1st off I was so surprise that I was able to fit into my dress. It must have been really big for me back then or I didn’t gain much weight since then. Anyway down below are some photos of my prom dress before and a DIY video of me turning the dress into a strapless sequin jumpsuit. Let me know what you guys think!
P.S Come on over to my Redesign Your Clothes Facebook Fanpage where I post behind the scenes of my next DIY.
Last year I felt very uninspired to do a “reflect” post of the high moments of 2013. 2013 for me was different from 2012 where I was dealing with family health issues and pursuing my dreams at the same time. 2013 came with financial set backs. I had a constant battle with myself on having faith when things weren’t going so good. If I gained something positive, I would be strike with something bad. A case of one step forward and two steps back. So… after trying to be strong for so long I broke down and shed my tears of release. I sat in my puddle of tears for sometime thinking about how far I’ve come and even though it’s not where I want to be in the moment, there are lessons to be learned. I remembered a quote I came across by Elizabeth Taylor Photo via Pinterest
and that I did.
As I look back. I’m very proud of myself for taking the leap towards my dream. It amazes me how much I went though to get to this point whether I like it or not I still have to get up, be present and keep pushing. It is very important to acknowledge failures and set backs as part of the learning process. Its part of the success story and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I am very thankful to god for my close family and friends that support me. That support system have really carry me though some tough times.
Lastly I thank you for letting me share my love for fashion. As we begin the New Year I wish you love, happiness and much success in chasing your dreams. I leave you with one of my many favorite quotesPhoto via Pinterest
Happy holidays Everyone!
I hope you had a wonderful Christmas. Down below i’m answering your questions you left me in my previous video. Please bare with the video, it may be long but it is very informative.
-Are you a full time Fashion Designer? If not, what us your other job?(00:15)
-What inspires you?(1:39)
-What inspires your designs and design choices?(1:39)
-Did you always want to be a Designer? What about when you were little?(2:39)
(Update I forgot to mention at age 5 to 10 years old an artist, singer, veterinarian, lawyer, construction worker, and post women. I know Random)
-Who are your favorite Fashion Designers(3:52)
-Did you finish Design school?(5:04) Yes.
-How to get a job(6:02)
-If you could dress a celebrity for the red carpet event, who would be your top 3 picks?(8:01)
-What do you think about fashion shows(9:44)
-Are you only interested in designing/dying clothes and accessories? What about home designing?(11:50)