Questa è una Nekutie Virginia in seta jaquard con fantasia geometrica nera e rosso porpora.
Durante le foto ci siamo divertite a creare un look diverso indossandola al contrario col nodo dietro e i capelli raccolti in alto.
La cosa bella è che ogni Nekutie si può indossare come più garba, quando creo il nodo e la forma le penso in un modo ma indosso a ogni testa le cose cambiano, come è giusto che sia ed è anche più bello così :) Per info su costi, misure, personalizzazioni 👉🏻💌DM
Vi ricordo che fino al 30 Ottobre condividendo una delle nostre foto (TAGGANDOCI) potete partecipare al #giveaway e vicere una Nekutie a vostra scelta ⚡️ #centore#federicacentore#nekutie#slowfashion
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Hand lasting the Sneaker production sample: Step 3 of 5: Lasted the upper same as lining, now marking the sole.
Centre panel is done 🙌 this is really flying by (p.s. if you want to hear more about this sweater, see link in my bio for my latest YouTube video.)
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The Chrysoprase claw set ring with the Equilibrium ring. I've discovered that the old ledge on my terrace makes a pretty good backdrop so that's it, for a while photos will be taken here. It saves me hunting worn walks in the streets! 😁
good morning and happy tuesday! currently getting my oil changed before work- exciting life, right? but it’s worth it because I’m headed to athens, ga (home of UGA) after work to celebrate my best friend’s birthday 🤗. for any of you who know athens....rest assured, I’m going to Last Resort for dinner😋
this outfit feels so incredibly classic and easy to me. it’s actually extremely similar to the outfit I wore on the first day of my current job (same dress+belt, different shoes). that’s when you know it’s a favorite outfit if it makes the “first day of work” cut. kinda like those classic first day of school outfits, right?! haha. do you have any go-to outfits that make you feel perfectly comfortable and confident? I’m so curious to hear what this looks like for other people!
dress: @elizsuzann georgia dress, navy silk, OS
belt: old hand me down leather woven belt
shoes: @nisoloshoes emma d’orsay oxfords, 8
Flashback to last year at Broken Head Beach, NSW, when Rene and I were living our best lives. I definitely have my eyes set on taking La Sierra to a new home up the coast in the next few years, but for now I’ll reminisce. How good are those legs though?!
Ragazze buongiorno ☀️ Questa Nekutie ha una bellissima fantasia jacquard in cui ci sono mille cavalli che corrono liberi, mi ha fatto venire in mente questi versi:
When suddenly Johnny gets the feeling he's being surrounded by
Horses, horses, horses, horses
Coming in in all directions
White shining, silver studs with their nose in flames,
He saw horses, horses, horses, horses, horses, horses, horses, horses.
È tratto da un album che ha tanti anni, di un* artista che ha fatto sfogare la rabbia a tante ragazze nelle loro camere.
Oggi come con la Deanna regalo il 10% di sconto a chi vuole questa Nekutie con i cavalli se indovina questa canzone.
Sì, è ovvio che tramite Google sarebbe più facile ma provate a farlo andando nella vostra memoria.
For those of you still working on sorting your closets (or who, like me, haven’t started yet) go check out the saved highlight in @brownkids profile called “minimizing” — I really loved the way she framed how she decided what to keep in her closet during a recent cross-country downsizing. And there are also some good tips at the end with regard to responsible ways to re-home things, which we’ll dig deeper on as we go!
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I stopped breastfeeding two weeks ago and things are going well with Ransom, I on the other hand have missed it in ways I never expected- we never found it very easy or comfortable and I’ve always been excited to be done, but I somehow find myself feeling weird without it. The main thing though, is that I’m worried about how the change in hormones is going to effect my body image. For me, I didn’t realise the way I engaged with my body was disordered until it wasn’t. Being pregnant was SO HARD but one super positive thing that came with it was a change in hormones and mindset that helped something click in my brain and now that I’m not breastfeeding I’m really worried that those hormones or whatever it was might go away and take me back to how I felt before. I know that the last few years have brought a huge mindset change for me and I’m hoping that my fears are unwarranted but sometimes I have little moments where I feel like I could lean in to my old self destructive habits. Does anyone have any experience with hormone and body changes after breastfeeding who can give me any assurances/warnings/tips of how to deal with the changes? As an aside I’m still fundraising for my underwear label- check out the link in my bio if you think you’d ever consider donating or even just want to find out more! #ethicallingerie#ethicallymade#slowfashionmovement#underwear#handmadeclothing#handmadeunderwear#contemporarydesign#scottishdesign#clothingdesigner#ethicalfashion#locallymade#bodypositive#inclusivity#plussize#plussizeunderwear#lingeriedesigner
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Thinking back to the final photo shoot when we took this cover image of my book, Mending Matters. And with little more direction than a vague image of a stack of mended denim against the white barn wall, this cover came to life.
And the amazing thing about working with incredible women who are so incredibly good at their work is that a vague image is sometimes actually enough. And they manipulate the light, and fold and re-fold, and discuss life on the Lower East Side some twenty years ago, and through photography and styling and collaboration and conversation the cover of my book was born.
And now that the book is beginning to make its way to people’s homes and hands—each photo, each project, each word carries the memories of the days and weeks and months when it was created. Like the light shining through the front barn window in the cover image is actually shining in every home, office, library, train, bus, and bookstore where this book lands. Because, well, it is.
Mending Matters publishes in just TWO days. Visit my last IG post to read of the special preorder gift valid until 11:59pm on October 15. And I cheer every time I see a post of this book or your mending. Please tag your posts #MYmendingmatters so I can join you on your mending adventures.
Gratitude to my photographer @karenpearsonphoto and weaving friend/ former food stylist @thecatskillkiwi who joined us for the day we made this cover and @abramsbooks designer @deb_wood for all her visual wizardry and to all the women like @mrsparkerplease and @judylinden1 who worked on this book and made dreams come true. #mymendingmatters#sashiko#lovedclotheslast
15% Off on Screw-in Closures (and Bag Handles) during our Slow Fashion Sale - so you can get more out of your clothes and accessories.
In this gorgeous image, @thebluebrickish is actively considering which JUL closure she wants to put on her cardigan design-in-progress. Her image of the process of integrating JUL into her design is exciting for how it demonstrates the different character our range of closures can evoke.
JUL maximizes the beauty and wearability of your existing handmade and purchased garments as well. This is the recuperative ease and attribute of JUL screw-in leather closures. They allow you to get more out of what you have, to style what you have already made in fresh and functional ways.
JUL screw-in closures were designed for knitwear and crochetwear as buttons and fasteners that can be added after the fact in conventional and unconventional ways. The smooth threaded cylinders slip between loops and stitches, creating sleek and functional closure and shaping where there was none before. They are (re)moveable. They liberate us from the button box! Because they can go anywhere.
They offer amazing new possibilities on woven fabric garments and accessories too, requiring only tiny stud buttonholes or eyelets to stabilize fabric edges. They are perfect for leather and fur.
Our Slow Fashion Sale on these flexible fasteners underscore the ways in which these closures can help us style our clothes in new ways, recuperate projects and patterns, and pieces we gave up on because their wearability eluded us. Their beauty was not enough. They had to work. JUL can make them work. Beautifully. Stylishly.
Rain, hail or shine I’ll be doing the @garagesaletrail this weekend! Join the movement, choose to reuse and keep unwanted goodies out of landfill. There will be more than 15,000 garage sales happening Australia wide, and I’ll be listing my top Brissie suggestions tonight on the blog!