Sew Me Something Pretty with BrotherSews

After attending the Nextpert StyleXtech event, I went home with quite a few goodies including 2 fabulous shirts made on the spot using Brothers’ printer. The shirts were an instant favorite and I’ve decided to create an ensemble for it. Who says “shirts” can’t be elevated into something fashion forward? Definitely not me. Nope.

For today’s outfit I’ve mixed and matched and channeled a minimalist, darker look perfect for the Fall season! Take a look at some of the snaps I’ve taken …

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Hat & Lace Blazer from FOREVER 21 / Shirt from BROTHER / Pants from POOF / Bag from ONNA EHRLICH / Shoes from AMI CLUBWEAR


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Skull Bracelet from Lei Van Kash / Skull Ring from Look Bible / Gold Ring from Ebay / Diamond Ring from Kay Jewelers / Watch from CK

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Brother Loves FashionPIN IT!

Brother DTG Printer GT-381

-CMYK w/ White
-14×16 print area
-up to 1200dpi Printing
-Print directly from USB flash drive
-Built in user interface

After this post … Tee’s are out of the “basic” category and IN with the trend. Got questions? Feel free to ask using the comment box below or message me directly. Until next style! xo


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  • Janel

    What a cute outfit I really like your purse. Dang girl how do you even walk in those shoes my goodness they look very hard to walk in .

  • Ana

    I love how you incorporated your shirt into your outfit. You are right you do look fashion forward Xx

  • Heather Garcia

    I love that blazer and that it is from Forever 21. I always enjoy finding things there that look way more expensive that they really are!

  • Tereza

    What a cute outfit! And how different does your hair look now! Both hair styles really suit you though – although I would not recognise you in this one haha! x

  • Di Hickman

    Love the t-shirt! I’ve been semi curious about making my own clothes for a few years so I appreciate the shirt!