Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Who loves crochet?

I love crochet very much. It reminds me house of my gradmum where they put crochet everywhere. On the TV, at kitchen shelves, you name it... These were all hand made crochets. I use to think they should have use them for dressing too. Inside cutirier magazine, there are some very nice ideas you can do with crochet. I think same ideas would be good with thinner crochet. If you have a old crochet you don't use why not to make a bag or a scarf, maybe a shawl?
I think it will fit very well with Mori girl style. I will try show you the results sometime.

Source: Coutirier magazine.

Source: Mori girl lesson 2

Monday, June 6, 2011

Musics for Mori girl

Here some of the musics which suits my Mori girl taste and hope will suits yours.

Cecile Corbel is a French artist who inspires from French Breton folk music. Apart from that with her harp she plays musics from all around the world too. Such as from Turkey and Ireland.

Loreena Mckennitt there is no word to describe her talent and her music. She is very great!

Lastly, Brenna Maccrimmon. I have discovered her few years ago while I was searching for some Balkan folk music. I really love Balkan folk music and hope you will too.

Thank you for reading.

If you have any suggestions please comment?

Not: I don't own anything about this videos, I have only shared them. For more informations please visit websites of artists.

What is a Mori girl

There are many descriptions available for Mori girl style but I think too much description kills creativity. Generally Mori in Japanese means forest so, Mori girl means a forest girl. Mori girl is describes as girl who likes forest inspired from European fairy tales and folk style. We can see this style as a folky, dreamy style with soft colors and folk designs. But this is not only thing Mori girl style offers. Recently with older women becoming interested in this style there is an ecological, comfortable and cute aspect of Mori girl is leaping out too. There are many other styles which are related to Mori girl was born too. One of them is Mountain girl style with a bit of mountain touch this style is also inspired from nature.

Here some ideas for a Mori girl,

Choose natural and soft colors, such as white, beige, brown and pastel colors etc.

When you are buying clothes choose natural fabrics such as cotton and linen.

For having more natural look choose materials such as wood, leather, suede and lace etc for your jewelery. This would give you a very romantic look too.

Mori girl is a style highly involved with creativity. So, do your own clothes or jewelery. Keep reading I will post some how to at my blog soon.

Image source: Papier magazine.

Hello Mori girl

Hello everyone,

I have meet with mori girl style one and half years ago and I could name my style with it. My aunt was a styling teacher so she use to sew my clothes and I was able to wear what I had imagined. As an influence of my family origin ( from Balkans) my clothes had Balkan folk clothes styles. When I find mori girl I was happy to be able find other peoples who share the same style with me moreover there were some magazines which gives ideas about the style. Amazing!