Friday, May 10, 2013

Pastel Princess

 I redid my hair!
I used Manic Panic's Electric Lava, and I really like how it turned out! I want a more orange color than this, but I love how bright it is, and I'll get it right next time. When it fades out I'll post a review and some more details on how it worked for me.
 Now, about the dress. I made it! I recently did a new blog header for KiKi of Cats in My Closet, and she has the cutest clothes. This dress is inspired by her yellow one with the ruffles that I included in the header! Check her out for real. I made it out of a bed sheet I got from Goodwill, and I think it turned out great! I love how my new hair looks with pastels!
 This dress makes me feel like a freaking princess.
 dress: handmade by me
shoes: bait
necklace: modcloth
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  1. your hair suits you so much! and I can't believe you made that dress; it's gorgeous. <3

    Francesca xo

  2. Welcome to the bottle-redhead club!

  3. That dress is ADORABLE (I never would have guessed it's from bedding!), and the colors are great. I love it with those shoes from BAIT, too. :)

    xox Sammi

  4. I cannot believe you made that, it turned out SO cute!!! Do you use a dress pattern or just wing it? Is it elastic waist or zippered in the back? I want to make so many dresses now haha!

  5. I love your outfit, the pastels always look adorable on you :) And I envy those shoes!

  6. Your hair is gorgeous (also, totally random, but I realized with your gif that between your bangs and glasses, I rarely see your eyebrows. posts are probably like that too. Random!) Seriously though, great hair color!

  7. I love your hair! And your dress is so pretty.

    Kate from Clear the Way

  8. Love that dress! And your lipstick color is so pretty! Following <3 Alex

  9. i love your hair! and that dress is so amazing— i recently learned to sew and i made my first skirt from a vintage floral sheet! love this so, so much— did you use a specific pattern or did you draft it yourself? thanks!