Australian artist Tanya Schultz works as Pip & Pop to create immersive installation and artworks from an electric range of materials including sugai, glitter, candy, plastic flowers, everyday craft materials and all sorts of objects she finds on her travels.
Source and Photo via Pip & Pop
There's nothing better than having a piece that can actually be worn like a million times, it's all about having more fun with your wardrobe. I am so deep in love with this burned shirt from Otttolinger. I mean, this piece feel too matchy for me. In this post, I tried to match it with a leather slip dress and a pair of boots, make them way more casual but never lose the effortlessly cool factor. Of course, the burned shirt would also look cute with a leather biker jacket and a pair of skinny pants, or a pair of shorts with a pair of thigh high boots. You know what I trying to say here, this shirt definitely an investment piece worth every penny.
Burned Shirt from Ottolinger / Mango Leather Slip Dress / Ann Demeulemeester Boots