Another Monday another mannequin another takeover!
This week is the turn of Fashion Stylist to the stars (and our Mandy) Natasha Lyons. Natasha has worked for a plethora of Sheffield mags and photographers, including Exposed Mag, Toast and Shaun Bloodworth. As well as working as a full time stylist for music groups and bands – busy girl!
Now that’s all well and good – but could she handle dressing our Mandy… What do you think?
Natasha’s gone for a look with a definite punk edge – leather, black, skulls, spikes – the works!
Starting off with that killer Skull t-shirt by our label TeeBag Designs, it’s oversized with a low scooped neckline (hidden by the top hat!) but Natasha has tucked it in to create a waist.
Here at Kuji Shop we reckon you can never have too many skulls – an attitude clearly shared by Natasha as she’s added this excellent Galibardy skull and spike necklace. We have more Galibardy jewellery over at kujishop.co.uk.
The Skull t-shirt is tucked into a (popular) Supremebeing cusp skirt, of course in black 😉 The skirt is great because it has a ribbed waistband (adding length) and a soft-touch underskirt. It’s made from a washed faux leather and it’s now on sale. Could this get any better?! No.
On the skirt you may have noticed a subtle bit of bling – it’s actually another piece of jewellery by Galibardy that is worn (conventionally) around the ear. Natasha has mixed it up a bit by dressing it like a pin. We think the pattern detail compliments the cardigan’s knitted pattern really well. Clever!
The cardigan is by Pretty Vacant and has been added to warm up the outfit, but it’s also in-keeping with the rock/bling theme – check out those shiny buttons! Blingtastic. They also go well with the metal necklace, black and white t-shirt and the gun-metal popper fastening on the skirt.
Finishing off the look Natasha has added a hand-made, leather skull handbag. These are exclusive to us here at Kuji Shop and only available in the shop! They’re nice and simple, with a subtle finish so can really be worn with most outfits, plus they’re not too big so handy for a night out.
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Check back next week for more (hooray) from Natasha… One for the lads.