You guys. I scored the most amazingly ridiculous vintage jumpsuit that is in the process of getting adjusted as well as a shade change. Color thoughts?
I couldn’t decide, so I started on another DIY to tide me over in the interim that involved a little tie dyeing! I can’t wait to show you this project
Rubber gloves are on this week, because there’s a whole lot of color changing on my agenda!
I’ve been obsessed with Pom Pom shorts since I saw them in Bali last year and now I’m seeing pairs pop up everywhere! So, why not DIY a set to rock this summer? (PS, it’s so easy!)
I’ve been seeing a slew of different styles online, with all different price points, but the DIY pair I’m going to show you is only going to cost around $5. Seriously.
Pom Pom Inspiration Shorts:
$52: Raga via Threadsense
$125: Gypsy 05 via Revolve
They’re going to be my poolside, road trip, Sunday afternoon shorts ALL SUMMER LONG!
Check out the easy steps…
I hope everyone had an amazing weekend! I was in San Diego for Father’s Day and couldn’t resist pulling up a little archived Kodak shot of me and my dad.
Here’s a little teaser of an easy and adorable tutorial coming later tonight that involve two very special words. POM POMS.
Eeeeee! I can’t wait to show you how SIMPLE my new summer staple is.
Hi you guys!! Today’s piece is SO good. The dress looked like it was straight out of a Rodgers and Hammerstein musical.
I went straight into musical theater mode and gave my best “I’m getting the vapors” look.
But, look at those SLEEVES!
That collar too…
This piece needed some serious help to turn it into something that you don’t need to be on a stage to wear!
Before we start, I saw this lovely little tag inside the piece – love when there are little hints of who wore this before me!
If I only had time to tag my clothes too…
Hey friends! I’m here, I’m here There’s been a lot going on which I’ll fill you in a bit on later… But in the interim, I have a FABULOUS new piece to share.
Take this lace dress:
See how pretty it is close up??
I scored it at a swap party for nada, but it was originally $25 from Forever 21. So, for a chic cocktail dress, it’s really quite budget friendly.
And I loved the look, but just wasn’t that into the color. My skin is SO fair and as a short dress, this color wasn’t doing it for me like I wanted it to.
So, now comes the change. New color, check!!