I have been obsessed with stripes lately, mainly blues or reds against white. Such a classic combination! When I found this anchor at my local jewelry supply store, I knew that I wanted to create a DIY inspired by it and by my love for classic stripes. I mixed a nautical inspired fishtail braid with the anchor for this bracelet DIY. Hope you enjoy! Full tutorial after the break...
I am loving thin, delicate jewelry. And as promised, I wanted to create a second chain bracelet tutorial (part one: here), with a delicate touch. These bracelets are great to add a mix of thin and thick bracelets to your arm party. Full tutorial after the break...
I am a really simple girl when it comes to my style. My classic "Aimee" uniform consists of a white t-shirt or button-up and cut-offs. I can basically wear that combination everyday, but what makes it feel different from day to day are the accessories. My goal is to DIY more of them myself... so when I'm looking down at my arm party, it feels a little more personal. Here's a fun wrapped pom pom bracelet I recently made. Full tutorial after the break...
Who doesn't love a good party? I have the pleasure of working with some really stylish gals at the office. Check out today's arm party ... thanks for capturing the moment Dre!
(From Top to Bottom)
Kristine (Sunny Side of Gray) : LXF "X" bracelet, J.Crew Crystal Shell Bracelet, Michael Kors gold watch, F21 neon stud bracelet
Me : LXF "X" bracelet, Madewell braided bracelet, J.Crew round link bracelet (borrowed from Kristine), thin vintage gold chain, Nasty Gal arrow bracelet, Madewell and Kimski ring
Dre (The Most Amazing of Things) : LXF "X" bracelets, vintage link bracelet, F21 neon stud bracelet, Serenity prayer cuff, LowLuv and custom rings
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