33 Days Challenge - Day 20: based on a pattern in my wardrobe

Ok first - a little confession: my entry for the 33DC today is a little bit of a cheat. It is not based on a pattern in my wardrobe, but it is based on a pattern that I am dying to have in my wardrobe. Ever since I saw this sweater I have been dreaming of it. One day I also hope to have it, but for now... at least it made for a mani inspiration.
Pixie Dust Texture Sand Zoya Julie G
Here's the sweater I have been dreaming of. The one that inspired this mani:
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Isn't it just gorgeous? I think it is. Anyway, the polishes I used for this patters are - from cuticle to the tips: Zoya Liberty, Zoya Destiny, Julie G Sugar Plum Fairy, Zoya Beatrix, Zoya Vespa and Zoya Godiva. Also, only on my thumb I managed to fit in a yellow stripe using Chic (a local brand) Sparkly Sugar number 02. And although the lines didn't turn as straight as they should have, I really enjoyed this mani. 
Pixie Dust Texture Sand Zoya Julie G

Pixie Dust Texture Sand Zoya Julie G

Pixie Dust Texture Sand Zoya Julie G

Pixie Dust Texture Sand Zoya Julie G

Pixie Dust Texture Sand Zoya Julie G
So what do you think? Do you like the sweater? And my mani...? ;-)





4 comments :

Gosia said...

First off: love the new design! Second: love the mani, but that goes without saying, I love textures! And third: get yourself the damn sweater already!!!

Natalia said...

Gorgeous mani! The multicolour striped swater is not really my style though, but it's cheerful :)

E. said...

Buy it!:) I love that mani and I love textured polishes:) And the yellow one's the best!:)

Raggio di Luna said...

I would like to have this kind of sweater, but in all shades of blue! :-) I like your manicure, all those textured polishes... that rough feeling whenever you touch your nails... I just love it! :-)

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