July 17, 2012
While browsing Lookbook, I found Mellow Mayoness, a blogger on Fashion Salade.
Her style is more of a cute, pastel-like sense of fashion, but she also does occasionally do more edgy outfits. But no matter what she wears, she always manages to pull everything together nicely. You would think it would clash, but it actually comes together rather harmoniously.
I am especially in love with her obsession with socks, like these knee high black ones in this post or her lipstick ones in this one. She also has a fondness for collars, and recently I made a faux lace and pearl one to wear for the first day of school:)
One outfit I particularly love is this one. The hearts on the leggings really add another type of flair to the outfit as a whole, and the bright yellow heels adds a definite pop.
After each outfit post, she lists out where she got each of her items. It really helps in case you want to buy whatever she’s wearing that day. She also has giveaways.
I haven’t checked out the other fashion blogs on the website, but I think I’ll take a day off and browse through their feeds. In the meantime, you check out Mellow Mayoness and tell me what you think!
May 14, 2012
I made a promise to myself that I wouldn’t buy any more earrings…but that doesn’t mean I can’t make them. The other day we had mussels for dinner and my dad was about to throw away the shells when I grabbed the whole bowl of them and ran away. “There has to be some sort of use for them…” I thought to myself.
So I attempted to make them into mussel shell earrings. It was slightly more difficult because I didn’t have a super small drill to drill a hole into the top, but I tried to make do.
DIY Mussel Shell Earrings (No Drilling Required)
-a mussel shell: take the two parts apart and wash them thoroughly. If you wish to get rid of the fishy smell you are welcome to, but I really don’t suggest spraying perfume on them since it mixes rather badly with the fish smell.
-silver nail polish. I used Sinful Color Professional silver nail polish. It’s kind of sparkly with a silver sheen.
-beads: in the end I chose this silver shiny bead:)
-earring wire: it has this sort of head at the top so you can put the bead on and it stays without falling off.
-thin silver wire
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March 21, 2012
It’s practically spring, and here’s a fun hairstyle with braids and a side bun that you can wear anywhere!
Best for: Long straight hair with no layers. But I have medium length layered hair and I could pull it off–it’s just that there were some loose strands in places.
How to Wear It: Some outfit ideas.
-Wear it with: mint green skinny jeans, white/cream lace top, thick gray scarf, big sunglasses, nude pumps
-Wear it with: pretty floral dress, gladiator sandals
-Wear it with: big artsy (band) t-shirt, black skinny jeans, big statement necklace, nerd glasses, Toms
-Wear it with: white/cream flow-y top tucked into a ruffly skirt (floral or plain all work, best if darker color), thick brown belt around waist, cowboy boots
And of course these are just ideas. The possibilities are endless! Read the rest of this entry »
June 16, 2011
Do you ever have one of those days when you’re standing in front of your closet going, “What the heck am I going to wear today?” Possibly it’s raining, and you want to make a statement that day. Or you’re going to the pool, and you’re not sure what bathing suit to put on. Perhaps you want to completely change your wardrobe based on, let’s say, Blair from Gossip Girl. Maybe you need a basics list because you’re going shopping for college.
Look no further. CollegeFashion.Net has everything you need and more. Written by college students all over the United States, they give you updates on the must-haves, the do-nots, and the what-to-dos. There are pictures, details on where to buy the clothes, and a whole look of style.
So what to wear on a rainy day? Just open up this article: What to Wear on a Rainy Day. Read the rest of this entry »
May 28, 2011
Students are rejoicing as May comes to an end, but do they really think they’re ready for the summer? Sure, they might be ready in the intellectual sense, but they probably don’t have the right materials to have a good summer. Here is a simple list of things you will probably need to have the most enjoyable summer possible!
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May 11, 2011
Do you have a bag of those oversized (or undersized) t-shirts that you never wear anymore…or don’t know how to wear? You can throw them away…or leave them to gather dust in your closet…or you could do T-SHIRT SURGERY.
T-shirt surgery is basically turning your t-shirt into something else. I’ve seen boring shirts turned into bags, scarves, tops, and even dresses. You can check out some wicked t-shirt surgery before and afters here.
I have (or had) a shirt that was given to me from volunteering. I wear XS, and the size is XXXL, so it’s basically new. One day, I looked at it and thought, DRESS POTENTIAL. So I got out my needle and thread (still eagerly anticipating my sewing machine for my birthday :/), chalk, and scissors and began to draft.
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November 17, 2010
Call me crazy, but I absolutely love cardigans.
You can wear them in the summertime or the wintertime. You can wear them with a dress or with jeans. You can accessorize them with belts and chunky necklaces. They are so versatile – a staple item of every girl’s wardrobe, I think. Read the rest of this entry »