London Fashion Week Day Three, the weather was pretty miserable in the morning, then the sun came out. Here's an outfit I puzzled together to brighten my morning, inspired by the Japanese style. Trying a new look I havent done before, layering & jewellery all added with a bit of DIY twists. Continuing on with my DIY Diesel post before, here it is worn at LFW.
|[Boots] Hudsons [Shorts] Diesel Industry [Leggings] DIY shirt [Blazer] Topman [Shirt] Vietnam [Accessories] Vietnam|
|Detailed shot of the DIY Diesel and accessories, Photographs by Karuna|
It's all in the accessory detail to this outfit that ties everything together. The Pull & Bear hand belt bracelets I used around the bottoms of the shorts. I was surely feeling Blue during the day with this outfit, with my bursting blue blazer, it sure brightened up my day. Here's another DIY twist, complimenting the blue colours in this one look, I got my shirt and put them on as trousers. The sleeve hems added to the extra end detailing. The excessive jewellery gave off that punkish vibe, especially the hand buckles wrapped around the thigh.
I had two pairs of Diesel Industry Flare Jeans from the 1990's, a style I will never go wearing. Having thought of the idea of using Brown Shoe Wax, for some odd reason, for its oily, colour and rather experimental technique, I went ahead with it. After all its just diesel jeans, what was there to lose... luckily I had two just incase.
|I love the raw denim, but I've been drawn towards burgundy tones.|
Who would have known till you tried? The brown gave off this burgundy tone, add a bit of dark black for that extra shadowed effect. A technique never seen before, so you know I was the first to try this. Although I must say, its messy, with toxic fumes and washing has not been tested.
|Loving the depth of dark purples amongst the burgundy|
Giving it a 21st twist, cutting, sowing and turning them into shorts for the summer. It was perfect for my holiday, whereI got these shoe polishes for 60p! Although I managed to use about 3-4 polishes on these shorts alone. It has surely shown to be a hit. The richness of purple shadowing tones against the burgundy browns. Left to dry in the sun, for the oil to really absorb its tones into the jeans.