Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Forever 21 Favorites

Clockwise from top left: Faux Suede Fringe Mini Skirt, Faux Leather Lace-Up Flats, Contemporary Ribbed Cowl Neck Sweater, Bauble Stone Ring Set

Here are a few fall favorites from Forever 21! The black fringe skirt is so cute, I can see this with a sweater or long sleeve crop top and some ankle booties for sure. I've been looking for some of these lace up flats, and these are a close replica of the Steve Madden ones. And who doesn't love a good, roomy sweater when it gets cold outside? The cowl neck gives this plain sweater some dimension, and extra warmth! Every time I walk into a store, I head for the accessories wall first. Even if I don't need a thing, I can't walk out without peeking at the rings and necklaces...bad habit for sure. Here are some cute stone ones, and I like that the gold is somewhat vintage-y looking!

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Sunday, October 18, 2015

Fall Flannel

In California, fall comes late - if at all - but that doesn't mean you can't dress like it! I love this chestnut color seen in my purse, booties, and watch band...very autumn-y. I can't stop buying flannels at the moment (which would explain the dress!) they are definitely the most versatile look this season, you can wear them with something light, like a skirt, or simply buttoned up with some jeans. I went to a concert last night, so excuse the non-matching, green wristband haha! 
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Monday, October 12, 2015

Mon(diy) - DIY Tassel Garland

Happy Monday!

What better start to the week than a DIY? This week I made a cute tassel garland, it's perfect for brightening any room-
from a dorm wall to a work office!
The best part? You only need 3 things and it takes around 3 minutes!

Let's get started!

Materials: yarn, an index card, and scissors

To make the tassel, take a standard index card and cut it however big you want your tassel strings

Then, cut a small rectangle from your shape

Start wrapping your yarn around the card to desired thickness, around 10-15 times.

Then cut a small piece of yarn and knot the top of the tassel

Cut the bottom part of the tassel and...

you're finished! 

Repeat the process a few times, slip it on a string and you have yourself a garland!