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DIY DENIM SHORTS

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Readers would know that denim shorts fill a large part of my wardrobe, so when my friends over at MINKPINK asked me to DIY a pair of their iconic slasher shorts, I of course jumped at the chance.

Since I'm on my way to sunny California, neon and lace detailing captured my imagination when adding my own personal touches to these killer shorts.

And now it's your turn to get creative.

MINKPINK are inviting you to customise a pair of their slasher shorts - however you like - for your chance to win a new season wardrobe valued at $1000!

For all the entry details and DIY-spiration, check out the 'Suped up Slashers' facebook page here.


A Pair & A Spare

Bodycon Skirt @ Friend in Fashion
Bodycon Skirt @ Friend in Fashion
Bodycon Skirt @ Friend in Fashion
Bodycon Skirt @ Friend in Fashion
Bodycon Skirt @ Friend in Fashion

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Dear friends,

The lovely Geneva, of A Pair & a Spare is as beautiful as she is creative, and is by far one of my favourite bloggers!

A short while back, this queen of DIY was kind enough to send over my very own multi-coloured bodycon skirt, which I've had trouble taking off ever since.

Best of all - this gorgeous skirt doubles as the sweetest tube top - double trouble!

If you're a lover DIY, I encourage you to hop on over and pay A Pair & a Spare a visit - you won't be disappointed.

I’m wearing:
Knit, Evil Twin via Market HQ
DIY tube skirt, via A Pair & a Spare
Wedges, Tony Bianco

Luv,
Friend in Fashion
x

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The Style Collector

Happy shopper



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I'm definitely starting to miss thrifting of late, but nonetheless, Vietnam has some brilliant shopping of its own. Sure there is plenty of your faux designer fashion, but if you know where to look you can pick up some gorgeous pieces at a fantastic price.

I picked up this pretty little number in a small, hidden boutique in the Old Quarter for around $15. I love the vintage feel of the print, and the cut is what you would expect from a piece 10 times the price.

This week I'm looking forward to catching up with a great friend of mine, who I've known since primary school. Although I'm having an amazing time travelling, its always nice to have friends and family visit - can't wait!

I'm wearing:
DIY necklace
Dress, Wanby (Vietnam)
Boots, Charlotte Russe