This is actually quite easy to do, if a little fiddly and time-consuming. Am afraid I forgot to take step by step pictures to illustrate. Get some wooden hangers. Assemble some old tights or any old fabric you don’t need and wind it round the hanger to pad it a bit. Stitch (by hand is fine, I did a plain running stitch) a sort of oblong of material around the covered hanger. You can then add any further ribbons etc as you wish.
These two didn’t know each other – they make a great couple style wise though with their washed out tshirts… I wonder if she was subconsciously drawn to him out of all the stallholders because of this. He was selling pizza (featured!) and she was mooching around Camden. She had a lovely, self-contained vibe and they were both really friendly which, let’s face it, is simply cool in itself!
Not sure about the mix of greens here – and personally, I’m never sure about pink… but I do like the elbow patches, and she definitely has a bit of somethin’ good goin’ on. I love the shirt – would be great paired with some scruffy jeans and these sunglasses. I also think the pink, green (scarf) and blue could look great together in a different outfit, the colours really pop. (And just for the record, I dislike that expression.)
This nice girl was wandering along Oxford Street in a world of her own. She was very pretty (you can tell from the chin, no?) but she said she’d barely slept the night before and she did look a little sleepy (only cos I clicked the shutter just as she was blinking) so I left her face off. I liked the embroidered cheesecloth shirt against the parker.