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September 19th, 2014 | By | No Comments

DIY: Tapered Harem Pants

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If you thought a pegged leg was only applicable to acid wash denim or overalls, it’s time to re-think your folding strategy. A simple peg leg fold turns summer beach pants into fall’s favorite harem pants. Pair your newly tapered pant with a pair of booties and a cropped jacket for the full effect.
New to the peg leg fold? Read on for a simple how-to…
Pictured: Printed Beach Pants | Crochet Top
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September 5th, 2014 | By | No Comments

DIY: Faux Metal Shell Necklace

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As if you needed another reason to go shell collecting before summer officially ends…
Give your summer shell loot a place in your year-round wardrobe with a little epoxy, a chain and metallic spray paint. Read on for the how-to… (more…)

August 30th, 2014 | By | 3 Comments

DIY: Macrame Back Bikini Top

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As summer comes to an end you undoubtedly have one bikini that sun, salt water, chlorine and sand have taken their toll on. Before you toss it, make sure there isn’t something you could use for a DIY hack.
Is it a sporty style? Learn how to turn it into a crop top HERE
A slide triangle? Save the bottom string and follow the how-to below to make a crochet back bikini using another, less-traveled top…

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August 22nd, 2014 | By | No Comments

How To Travel with Coconut Oil

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Coconut oil: aka the new lotion, eye makeup remover, sunscreen, deep conditioner, lip balm, bug repellant, deep conditioning treatment…and even deodorant. But if  you’ve ever attempted to travel with a jar of the magical oil, you may have found that the 76 degree melting point can cause quite an oily mess if left in a hot car or traveling to a tropical destination (which we’ll assume is the type of location you generally travel to). Even if packed in a jar, you’re walking on thin ice if you need to pack that jar in your purse or travel bag. After testing MANY different types of containers, I finally found one method that works. Read on to see what it is…
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