Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Ziptastic



Okay, so €13.50 ain't exactly cheap for an accessory anymore, but consider the possibilities of the Navy Ziptastic Corsage from Accessorize. It'd glam up a plain white tee like nobody's business and it would look even better pinned to a slouchy beanie hat. In fact, I reckon it could revamp most of the basics in anyone's wardrobe for under €14 - sweet!

14 comments:

Magatha-May said...

oh I love it. Did it come in any other colours? A few would look great grouped together - expensive but great

Kitty said...

ha, very clever.
Well I'm sure you'd be the only one wearing it. Better to have something distinctive.

It really takes something to wear a pin. Not everyone can pull it off.

The Sexy Pedestrian said...

Magatha- Don't think so, if it does it hasn't been released yet. Denim is good though, goes with everything.

Kitty- Wait, what?! Pins and corsages are for everyone! Just whack it on and off you go! You can make them out of practically anything too...

Allan Cavanagh said...

I don't see a big forehead, just a big glass of wine.

raptureponies said...

that's stop and look at me gorgeous!

adressandabike said...

Is this up on the Accessorize website yet? Took a look there and I can't seem to see it anywhere. :-( I even went into my local Accessorize and it wasn't there either.

The Sexy Pedestrian said...

Allan - Thanks, I always carry a giant wine glass to disguise my forehead.

Raptureponies - And we all love a bit of that!

Adressandabike - Autumn/ Winter stock hun, it's on the way!

Tina { Luphia Loves... } said...

amazing! what a great idea :)

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Olaola said...

It is beautiful alright, and dead easy to make if you don't wanna spend your clams too!

Lilly Rose said...

Hi :D

This flower looks amazing, never saw something like it!
Love,
Lilly

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FashionsLaboratory said...

WHAT a good idea for a DIY, nice!!

Margaret said...

aww love it ! <3