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Hi lovelies! Here's a few outfits snaps from last friday and I'm kinda sad there was only three pics I was happy with... It started raining right after we went outside to take some pics, so my hair got frizzy and flat and overally it just wasn't a great weather to be outdoors at all.
So, after taking the few pics shown above, we headed to my neighbourhood liquor store to buy some sparkling wine to lift up our spirits and headed back to my place. Later in the evening we ended up going clubbing to Club Vatican, which turned out to be a really nice place (I wanna go again!!), but if I would've known there would be a masquarade theme party happening there, I would've worn something completely different lol.
Anyway, what I ended up wearing was my favorite harness shorts, new FTW mesh jersey and new platforms by UNIF. This shirt is also available as a regular tee, but who would pick that when you can have the mesh one!
I'm also in love with these new shoes I bought and I must say that they're the comfiest platforms I've worn so far! But they're also quite narrow, so if you have wide feet and are thinking about buying these, think again. They came with black laces so you can change the look of them if you want to, which I think is a great plus.
I also got the idea to try out the splatter technique after reading an article about it in the newest Nail It! -issue →
I first tried using a toothbrush for the effect but that didn't work at all for me so I used the straw technique instead. I noticed that it works the best if you use a thin straw (well, a normal one I guess. I have big ones and normal ones so I consider the normal one as a small one lol).
For the best result, try quickly blowing into the straw and don't hold it too close to your nail. 5-10cm distance should work the best.
It was my first time trying out this technique, but I think result was pretty good anyway! What do you think? Would you try this yourself?