Who didn't want to be a prima ballerina when she was a little girl (or boy)? I did.
So a few months ago, I saw tule skirts passing by on Pinterest, and I fell in love. They are so chic and cute at the same time, very yummy <3
You can buy these in stores or online for sure, but that's probably really expensive and not very environment-friendly. Also, it would probably not be sweatshop-free.
La solution? Do It Yourself! (There are tons of tutorials on Youtube and Pinterest.)
So that's what I did. I made a pink ballerina skirt with the help from the most amazing and fab grandparents!
(For some pics, click here. It's from the time that I still blogged in Dutch. I'm still busy with translating all of my old posts, but for now, the pics speak for themselves :))
I decided to (finally) make an outfitpost with my ballerina skirt.
So I wore my tule skirt with a t-shirt from my mom. I love it, the color is so cool and it has a flower-heart on it. I love flowers and I love hearts, so it's really something for me :)
Over that, I wore a jeans jacket that's vintage (again, thanks mommy <3)I wore an aventurine crystal around my neck, a blogpost about this amazing crystal is on its way to you!
Ballerina chic but still comfy. Love.
Here are some pics, enjoy! <3
xxx have a magical day, Charlotte
ps: thanks Rosie for the pics :)
I also took some pics of her, but as it was already getting dark, they turned out super cool and ghosty! I'll also show you those.
ps2: yesterday and on friday, we went to a big secondhand sale and it was sooo amazing! I bought tons of clothes fro almost no money, so stay tuned for a video about that + lookbook! Lots of love <3