Etsy seller theblackapple’s quirky prints and original paintings were an instant hit when they first appeared on Etsy back in July 2005. As we celebrate 10 years of Etsy, we salute theblackapple and all the other amazing sellers who’ve been with us since the beginning.
A little bit of prep, a little bit of chic, mixed in with a little bit of fun…graphic sweaters are the latest news in winter wear. Forget plain old crew neck, from cool icons to quirky prints to wild animal motifs, your favourite sweater needs to be loud. No longer reserved for angsty teens, these new patterned knits are fun, flirty and unexpected.
Knits are reinvented for fall with countless graphic patterns — some with nuanced detailing, others chic and traditional — that range from geometric shapes and embellishments to photographic prints, proving them to be anything but boring.
Agi and Sam, Cerruti, Edmund Ooi, Kris Van Assche, Les Hommes, MSGM, Paul Smith, Pringle Of Scotland, Pushbutton and Walter Van Beirendonck
Are you surrounded by muggles who can’t take a hint? then you might find this link very interesting!
Run around with this beautiful tote-bag, (design made by pocketpadfoot) reminding them in a friendly way you are in fact very busy atm!
And you look all fancy while wearing this tote bag around with you too!
Available in two sizes: small (33cm x 33cm) and Medium (41cm x41cm (see picture))
Bag can be made bigger by using The Undetectable Extension Charm. Fact: our model is carrying all the books which are required in seventh year at Hogwarts and a half grown Saint Bernard with his toy plushy ‘Steve’ inside.
And if the message would still not come across: You can use this bag in combination of reading and whipping out your wand, like our model did when we asked her to take another pose:
Message received loud and clear!*
No need for another tote bag? They also sell stickers, cards and throw pillowsto actually throw it in their face with this quirky print!
are still pestering you after this you could just use the Confundus Charm.
Semi-surreal and magically eery, one of our favorite motifs last season is the all-seeing eye. The trend took off last year, when Kenzo debuted their instantly popular ‘evil eye’-focused fall collection. Visually striking and subtle eye prints have since been spotted all over the streets during the last two fashion weeks. For spring, Mara Hoffman showed a colorful and bohemian take on the trend, which just proves that when it comes to interpreting the ominous icon, sometimes there’s more than meets the eye. From understated dainty earrings to a fun and flashy sweatshirt, shop our selection of the coolest eye-catching pieces below.
How do you mix patterns, bright colors, and statement accessories? Show us by uploading your unique outfit pics to the Style Gallery! Your photo might be added to our fab Quirky Collection, where you can find this awesome shot. We totally dig the pinch of polka dots added to this mushroom print frock. Neon details, tights, and flats? Yes, please!
From cheeky to quirky, lip prints take a front-and-center role this season, splashed on clothing and hidden in the details. True to fashion form, flirty pouts decorated designer duds this season, from pretty to punk, and soon after appeared in street style snaps of bloggers and editors alike. Take a tip from the fashion set and wear your lips on your sleeve, or keep it more minimal with a funky clutch.