The blouse-y smooth texture of this floral crop top makes it so comfy and fun to wear! I love the giant florals making a bold but femininely soft statement. I matched it with a pleated vegan leather skirt and orange crossbody bag (all available here) that can be converted into a cute carrying clutch.
One of the funnest new tops I've acquired recently is this yellow daisy patterned top with an exposed back. The bright color and daisy pattern is what caught my attention and I knew instantly I needed this. I wore it a couple weekends ago, with a skort and sandals, when it was scorching hot here in Southern California. I'm excited to begin adding more spring items soon to the shop. Stay tuned and have a wonderful day!
You can get this top now at www.sherryloustudio.com :)
Blouse & Bag from Sherry Lou Studio
I love everything I'm selling at Sherry Lou Studio, which is why it's so hard selling it sometimes because I want to keep everything! ha. There are many, MANY items from my shop I have in my own closet and wear all the time, like this blouse! I love love love the sleeves on this blouse because it's so versatile... it can cover your shoulders and create a cape like appearance, or it can be scrunched up a bit, like how I'm wearing it, for a sleeveless look.
Here is our stunning model Lois wearing the same top! There's only ONE MORE blouse left in size small/medium (same size I'm wearing in the photo) so grab it quick at www.sherryloustudio.com before it's gone forever!
Happy New Year everyone! I chopped off my hair about a month ago and feel totally refreshed and ready for 2015! I've also acquired a pair of these cool glasses courtesy of Firmoo.com. Firmoo's got some really cute frames for amazing prices if you're not looking to spend a fortune on glasses. I only wear glasses for driving, but wanted to try out a new shape and size. They came in a super sturdy case, which is perfect for someone like me who throws everything into a giant purse and hopes nothing gets damaged. If you're in the market for a new pair of glasses, definitely check out Firmoo. My favorite are the tortoise shell ones!
Oxblood Red Coat from www.sherryloustudio.com
Happy holidays! Here are some photos from a photoshoot I worked on in November with the beautiful Bailey from Pop Rocks & Peacoats and Amanda from A Good Hue wearing Sherry Lou Studio's oxblood red coat! This coat was surprisingly very versatile and looked great with so many outfits. We found an amazing building in Upland that complimented these outfits so well and completed the look and feel of what we hoped to achieve with these photos. Old buildings are my favorite photoshoot spots!
I hope everyone has a wonderful holiday and new year! I am excited to share more photos from Sherry Lou Studio in the new year. Follow us on instagram @sherryloustudio for more outfit ideas and quicker updates as I'm not always able to compose entire blog posts. :) :) :)
Hi all! I'm super excited to announce www.SherryLouStudio.com is now open! After months and months of blood, sweat and lots of tears poured into creating this website, it's finally here. Our shop specializes in selling new and original handmade Sherry Lou clothing and accessories that are (hopefully) fun and exciting to wear. Lots of bold prints, colors, unique designs and shapes! I haven't uploaded any handmade goods yet, but plan to do so in about a month. I post most of my shop updates on Instagram and Facebook, so be sure to follow me there for up-to-date news.
Paint (I used acrylic)
Step 1: Set up your umbrella
Step 2: Outline and paint a red octagon on the top half of the umbrella
Step 3 & 4: Paint a 1 inch thick light green rim around the red
Step 5: Paint a 1 inch thick green rim around the light green rim
Step 6: Paint the black seeds onto the umbrella and let dry before spraying fixative all over the umbrella to prevent paint from coming off (make sure you do this in a well ventilated area!)
It's the middle of summer and all I can think about is staying cool by drinking lots of juice and eating watermelon to lower my body temperature. All this consumption of fruit has inspired me to paint a watermelon umbrella! This umbrella can be used for protection from the sun or just to have for fun. Since I used acrylic paint, I don't recommend this umbrella for rainy weathers. I sprayed fixative on it, but there's a chance the paint will still come off in the rain. Maybe some waterproof spray would help? Anyhoot, I plan on painting various other fruit umbrellas for my mom's preschool to use as props for their school plays/performances. I'll be sure to share those with you once they're painted and done!