If you're been watching me on Instagram, you know I've become a thrifting monster. Today I'm showing how you can make a wrap skirt that is three-sizes-too big fit again.
Clothes are meant to be loved and loved again. Check out these 5 simple ways on making your favorite clothes last longer than ever.
Do you really need 8 of the same colored t-shirt? Time to spice one up by creating a Graphic T-shirt in less than 15 minutes.
Before I dive into thinking of resolutions and all that hocus pocus, I figured I'd reflect on all the madness that happened this year. After all, I graduate and become a "functioning" adult.
Hello darling! Guess what day tomorrow is? The first day of summer. It is crazy how fast time flies. I’ve already graduated a little over a month ago… and guess what… yesterday, I accepted my first job. I’m incredibly thrilled and excited to start my new position as a social media coordinator in two weeks. I’m so happy I can finally delete the ZipRecruiter and LinkedIn apps off my phone. Bye-bye job search and hello working girl status. Billie Jean is Not My Lover I was extremely excited to buy my first jean jacket. I know, it is probably super embarrassing that I’ve never had one before and I should…
I had to put my jeans in the oven... Check out why!
Check out what alterations I did to this dress to make it New Year's appropriate.
Hello darlings! I’ve been wanting to get a dream catcher for quite some time now. I looked on etsy and eBay and they are actually pretty expensive and none that I really loved enough to buy. So I figured I could probably make one myself… I mean how hard could it be? Step one: Go to A.C. Moore or another craft store and pick up your supplies. Supplies Giant spool of string Beads of your choice Fake flowers 4 different styles and sizes of ribbon Super glue or hot glue Wood Embroidery Hoop The total should be around $15-$20. Step two: Separate the outer circle and the inner circle of the Wood Embroidery…
Curious on how you can stand out of the crowd in sea full of the same college apparel? Check out this awesome DIY!
The other day my strap broke in the wash machine. This shirt was one of my favorites so you can only imagine how reluctant I was to throw it away. So I thought… What do I do? I ended up cutting both of the straps off the shirt and then sowing on strands of beads. Now this shirt I thought I had to throw away is now one of my favorite shirts times two. As always,