There are a few key pieces I rely on to spice up my winter wardrobe. Whether it's wearing a dress in a unexpected way or adding a statement accessory there's always something that can be added to keep it fashionable. Below I have listed out some of my favourite ways that I like to edge up my winter fashion. They are so easy and will make your A/W fashion looks that are on trend!
Black High Neck Jumper
Throwing on a cute casual jumper is my favourite outfit combination for a high waisted skirt. Sometimes an bold colour bottom can get both overwhelming and a little too kitsch for my taste, so adding a trendy high neck black jumper is the perfect solution.
My Top Jumper Picks
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I am simply obsessed with the plaid print A/W trend. I love plaid because the variation of colours match perfectly with every colour, pattern and print. The versatility of plaid makes it the ultimate addition to any and all A/W collection.
My Top Plaid Picks
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So you want to learn how to sew. you've come to the right place because I have developed the number one Method for easy sewing. I enjoy sewing without patterns. Sewing without patterns can be rewarding. Because you make something completely from scratch using your own design from your head. It's something that you need to practice over time. A sort of skill that you need to learn usually I would start by draping a piece of fabric on the mannequin. When I drape the fabric I get to see where I could cut a hole or cut some arm holes. I usually start with a square, a triangle or a circle. and then I play with the fabric and start cutting holes and connecting squares and circles to create neckline and armholes. This process is easy. I recommend you to start on like a scrap piece of fabric. That you don't mind ruining. At first this method is hard because you make a lot of mistakes. But it's also fun to create something that is completely unique. And is not conforming to pre-made sewing patterns.
Don't get me wrong sewing patterns have a place in the sewing world, in fact, I do believe that everyone should learn how to use a sewing pattern and learn how to take measurements from the body. however, I think this freehand Sewing method is really fun and creative to use it can really take the anxiety and the scariness away from sewing for the first time I know a lot of people find it intimidating creating their first piece of clothing or even saying their own pillow or any sewing Project. I think it's good to get out of this mindset of really thinking I have to do everything right all the time. Sometimes it might be good to take some risk and when you take risks you can find you create something really beautiful. I think I've created the most wonderful designs from taking the risk. If you don't know where to start I would say begin by using my free YouTube tutorial this is perfect for the winter weather it's how you can create a faux fur cover up and it's 100% no sewing. I also have an easy DIY tartan top that you could try this is using the very simple method and the basic idea.
But if you'd like to take a step further I have an entire skillshare course on how to sew your own clothes I walk you through how to make 4 different garments from scratch using absolutely no sewing patterns this is for the complete beginner so is not for someone who's advanced. I'll be creating some advanced sewing pattern videos later for my advanced people out there.
If you'd like to have free access to my course as well as three access to other courses on skillshare click this link here and this will give you one-month free access.
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Hey I am Chantelle,
Hello, I'm Chantelle, A freelance designer, fashion blogger/ vlogger and social media expert. London based designer graduated from University with a degree in BA (Hons) Fashion. Inspired by travel, photography, fine art and Fashion trends. My main skills are Social media marketing, fashion design, video editing, blogging and Fashion writing. I currently work as a freelance social media manager & fashion blogger I've been blogging & vlogging for 8 years so I gained experience in growing an audience and social media presence online. I also have taken a digital marketing course
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