invisibly:

it’s october… the only month i do not have to dress up as a common human being – i can put on witchy outfits every other day without suspicious looks ;)
i actually made that dress in summer already but it suits much better now that the weather is so rainy. those dungaree dresses are quite cute i think, i already made two.


so here is what i did: for the skirt part i sewed a basic whole circle skirt with a length of 60cm plus the seaming part. i finished the whole skirt with zipper and side pockets before i added the upper part.
now for the front part i used a rectangular pice of fabric which i altered to the right length from my skirt waist up to where i wanted the neckline to be (about 30cm plus seaming part but you should measure it yourself). i made two plaits right and left at the neckline so the fabric wouldn’t be so strait. oh and i also added a pocket at the front, but if you think it looks too much like an apron you might want to lose this one.

the straps are crossed at the back and sewed to both the skirt part on the back and the front neckline. it took me a view times to get the perfect length here but now it’s perfect.

what do you think?

invisibly:

it’s october… the only month i do not have to dress up as a common human being – i can put on witchy outfits every other day without suspicious looks ;)

i actually made that dress in summer already but it suits much better now that the weather is so rainy. those dungaree dresses are quite cute i think, i already made two.

witchy dress | whole | invisibly

witchy dress | detail | invisibly

so here is what i did:
for the skirt part i sewed a basic whole circle skirt with a length of 60cm plus the seaming part. i finished the whole skirt with zipper and side pockets before i added the upper part.

now for the front part i used a rectangular pice of fabric which i altered to the right length from my skirt waist up to where i wanted the neckline to be (about 30cm plus seaming part but you should measure it yourself).
i made two plaits right and left at the neckline so the fabric wouldn’t be so strait. oh and i also added a pocket at the front, but if you think it looks too much like an apron you might want to lose this one.

witchy dress | behinde | invisibly

the straps are crossed at the back and sewed to both the skirt part on the back and the front neckline. it took me a view times to get the perfect length here but now it’s perfect.

witchy dress | invisibly

what do you think?

diy Halloween fashion

scissorsandthread:

STYLISH DADS

Whether your dad is all about the hair products or fun ties, each dad is stylish in his own special way! I’ve collected some of my favourite DIYs for all those stylish Dad’s for their special day. The most intriguing for me is the Whiskey Flavoured Toothpicks, which are inspired by these very expensive ones! If you’re dad likes whiskey they would be a fun gift to give along with a bottle of his favourite brand. I’ve also included a DIY for a honey body wash - not too ‘girly’, but warm and sweet - and perfect for Dads who like all natural things. I’m thinking of making my dad some Beard Balm - a project I’ve shared before but is perfect to include here!

Honey Body Wash | Henry Happened

Father’s Day Tie | Purl Bee

Beard Balm | Transient Expression

Summertime Wallet | Purl Bee

Whiskey Flavoured Tooth Picks | Man Made DIY

Leather Sunglasses Case | Clad & Cloth

All Natural Hair Pomade | Momtastic

diy fatherday