I'm excited to announce Lollipop Couture now has an etsy shop!! Please visit the shop new listings will be listed weekly. All items are handmade with love for you. Please Share with all your friends and family. Here is a direct link to the shop. (https://www.etsy.com/shop/LollipopCoutures) The shop will have fashion designs and accessories for both women and babies.
The first listing of the week is the Little Baby Black Dress. The little baby black dress is the perfect staple dress for your baby girl. Inspired by Breakfast at Tiffany. Made from a beautiful black dot jacquard. Bodice is fully lined with an invisible zipper. The skirt is gathered. A bow is perfect to finish off this classic look. This dress is perfect for a family photo shoots, weddings, and other special events. Limited quantities available. Please visit the shop for more details. Shop NOW
As a celebration for the grand opening use promotion code Lolli10 at check out for an additional 10%.
Hello darlings, today I have a beauty product review from Keep Me Safe Organics!
The company carries organic, toxic free beauty and skincare products. I believe that taking care of your face is important since it is the first thing everyone sees so make it a lasting impression. I'll be reviewing their skincare line, which are the facial cleanser, facial toner, facial moisturizer, serum, and rejuvenating glacier mud mask. (Disclosure, all products provided by Keep Me Safe OrganicsAll my opinions are mine and I'm keeping it 100%.)
In order to give you my honest opinion, I tested the products for three days and made a video documenting my results after using all the products. I will post the video below. Let's talk about my skin issues before using the products; I suffered from dry flaky skin, red blotchy patches on my cheeks and of course acne. I'll be reviewing each item and tell you a bit more about them.
Happy Thursday fashionista's! I've been a bit MIA on my blog lately, but today I'm back with an exciting post. If you have been following my blog for a while then you might remember me talking about Phoenix Fashion Week. Each year they host a challenge, which consist of illustrating your perfect little black dress. They choose the top four illustrations which then you get to bring to life. In which the designers showcase it in Phoenix Fashion Week's annual fashion show. This year they had a completely different challenge.
The little black dress challenge was presented by Goodwill of Central Arizona and Phoenix Fashion Week. You had to shop at one of 67 locations, find a project dress, up-cycle, re-purpose it into your own perfect little black dress. The dresses would then be turned in by Saturday 26, 2015. Which would then be judged by up-cycle expert Angela Johnson. They select the top four designs. Once chosen 25% of the votes would come from social media and 75% …
It's been a while since I've done a custom design or a Behind the Seams segment. Today I will be sharing with you my latest work. A month ago I was contacted by a young lady to design a gown for a wedding she was attending mid April. She sent me a picture of a mermaid dress she had stumbled across. The problem was that she wouldn't be able to get it delivered just in time for her event. I came to her rescue j/k. I met with her took down her measurements talked about fabric choices and any other details.
Here is a sketch of the design.
The design consisted of a mermaid silhouette, the neckline was almost like a racer back. The back was exposed with tiny spaghetti straps. The back skirt had a tiny bustle. The hem had tulle peeking out all around.
The chosen fabrics were red peach skin, red lining, and black tulle. The notions that were used included an invisible zipper and thread.
I generally like to drape my patterns on the dress form over flat pattern. This method seems fa…