For the next few weeks I’ll be sharing the three DIYs we did at the H&M DIY lounge! Sunglasses with flowers are so summer suitable, depending if you have to confidence to wear them! I think they’d look great if you want to dress to impress at a music festival or a fun beach party… They sure are a conversation starter. If you want to be even flashier with them why not try doing a whole line of flowers across the top of the frame? I do love the pink frames above and the corner flowers!
1. You will need : Sunglasses, flower beads (you can make them with fimo or buy some here), and super glue.
2. Glue the back of the bead and place it on the frames of the sunglasses. Hold the bead in place for approximately 30 seconds.
If you don’t want to throw caution to the wind :
And voilà! A swanky freshened up pair of DIY flower embellished sunglasses, and it only took 5 minutes.
We took these photos a week ago between my trip to Canada and London, unfortunately the weather has signifcantly changed since now and then. It is more autumn than spring over here, I feel like the days are getting colder again. A week ago I was ready for summer, wearing these little shorts and a t-shirt, now I’m back in my coat. Oh well. That’s life. So sad though.
The colours on this t-shirt are so vibrant! At first I was all “My eyes my eyes! It’s too bright I’m just not used to it!” Then I was all ”Awesome tropical birdies! Plus they’ll go with my blue shorts” and that, ladies and gentlemen, was my extremely captivating thought process. The sunglasses are also an awesome part of my wardrobe because I find they reflect a lot of colours and go with a ridiculous amount of clothes in my wardrobe. I wear them so much, they may die on me.
Photos are by Kevin Stramp in Place des Vosges, Paris.
Sunglasses : H&M // Tropical tee : Monki // Shorts : courtesy of Koshka // Shoes : Zara
Take care, more tropics on the way!
We’re in London with my bestie Iveline for Elle Frost X H&M DIY Fashion lounge this week, so I couldn’t resist going to Topshop and River Island as in France they don’t exist! So frustrating! I wanted something a little girly but edgy and I think that the 90’s inspired leather layering with the bralet. Now we’re a little further south at my parents for the weekend. We had such a lovely time in H&M Oxford Circus these last few days!
Photos by Justin Van Vilet at Lancaster Gate in London.
Crop top & Leather bralet : Topshop // Pencil Skirt : River Island // Shoes : Zara // Hand Bag : Thrifted in Toronto