Thursday, August 13th, 2015
Filed Under: DIY, Thrift Stores
Thrift store inventory is always unpredictable, but you can usually bank on finding a few key items when it comes to fashion and home decor. These are the classics that most thrift shops have in stock.
And instead of just using them as is, it’s easy to create a little DIY magic. These don’t require a ton of steps or tools and will give you a unique piece that’s affordable. Oh, and Monday, August 17 is National Thrift Shop Day, so many stores will have amazing deals!
Thursday, July 23rd, 2015
Filed Under: shopping, Style Guide, Thrifty Threads 365
A few years ago I did a post entitled I Hate My Legs. I hated the way they looked in shorts. Not in dresses, but just shorts, which I felt highlighted my short, stumpy stems and chubby knees.
It’s totally natural to have a body part that isn’t exactly your favorite asset. Well, fast forward a few years and I’m proudly showing serious leg in a pair of DIY cutoffs.
Monday, July 13th, 2015
Filed Under: DIY, Style Guide
Fashion emergencies and snafus are inevitable, but it’s all about how you handle them. That’s where the right fashion hacks come in. Some people call them tips or quick fixes. Regardless of what you call them, they’re super helpful.
From how to remove makeup stains on your collar to ways to stretch out your shoes, these fixes are quick and don’t require MacGuyer-like skills.
Monday, June 29th, 2015
Filed Under: DIY, Home Decor, Thrift Stores
When you’re cleaning out your closet, an often overlooked part is the accessories. In the same way you need to get rid of some clothes, jewelry also has to be evaluated as well.
Instead of just sharing tips, I decided to show how I clear out my own accessories and how I organize them using thrift store finds!