Colourful handmade silk corsages and how to wear them

Happy Saturday! Hope your weekend started well and you have some nice plans. I am particularly excited as fingers crossed tomorrow we will have the promised sunshine and +19.  Hopefully it will be as predicted.

This week’s weather wasn’t extremely nice. Although it finally started getting a bit milder torrential rains and grey skies don’t really scream of a spring. So what one’s got to do? If there’s no Spring outside, we create the spring ourselves:) And we’ve done this by making some beautiful silk flower corsages.

A colourful hand-made silk corsage made with silks dyed by Jolita Jewellery designer in his London studio and embellished with a black skull in a centre A colourful hand-made silk corsage made with silks dyed by Jolita Jewellery designer in his London studio and embellished with a black skull in a centre A colourful hand-made silk corsage made with silks dyed by Jolita Jewellery designer in his London studio and embellished with a black skull in a centre

These corsages are incredibly versatile and if you are creative, you can come up with a number of ways to wear them. Here are a few I could think off.

For the most conventional look – you can fasten one on the lapel of the jacket. If you wear shirts, one or two of them will look pretty interesting pinned to the collar.

To accentuate your waist – wear it by pining it to a cardigan at a waist line .

Got a blouse or a jacket that you adore, but is too big? Fold a pleat and fasten it with a brooch.

If you are a hat lover – pin one to the side of your hat. It will also do well by keeping your scarf in place.

Got an unexpected invite out -liven up your T-shirt with a brooch.

Attach one to your belt or a key ring and even a handbag. You can also create a different look by pinning one to your necklace or a bracelet.

Hope these gave you some ideas how to wear a corsage or a brooch. Have your own ideas? Leave a comment. Would love to hear what else you can come up with.

Have a lovely day!
Jolita x

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