Monday, 31 July 2017

Handbags Are The New Accessory Fashion Girls Are Toting Around

You can give your crossbody bags a breather for now because our favorite fashion girls found a new go-to accessory: handbags. It’s not hard to imagine why they are regaining popularity outside of the working girls’ category. Handbags are functional and stylish. They’re a portmanteau accessory in multitudes of shapes and sizes—from structured handbags we can bring to work down to the everyday mini ones for a casual day of errands. Handbags are the perfect statement piece to add to our carefully curated wardrobe. Below, 9 bloggers show us how they elevated their looks to girl boss status with their totes in hand:

Camille Co

Photo via @itscamilleco
Photo via @itscamilleco

Kim Jones

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Photo via @kimcamjones

Renee de Guzman

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Photo via @reneeedg

Vern Enciso

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Photo via @vernenciso

Bea Marin

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Photo via @beamarinx

Pia Danielle Padre

Photo via @piadaniellepadre
Photo via @piadaniellepadre

Kryz Uy

Photo via @kryzzzie
Photo via @kryzzzie

Alithea Castillo

Photo via @alitheacastillo
Photo via @alitheacastillo

Rhea Bue

Photo via @iamthedoll
Photo via @iamthedoll

Steal Emma Style!


Siapa yang ngga tau Emma Watson?
Pemeran Hermione di Film Harry Potter ini ngga cuma stylish di film aja, tapi juga di waktu santainya. Now, let us steal her street style!
Kemeja putih membosankan banget yah. Tapi ngga lagi kalau kamu tambahkan jaket kulit sebagai outer. Kenakan juga celana jeans dan flat shoes, bikin gaya kamu semakin casual.
Tasnya? Tentunya dari Misyelle dong. Check this out :

Ginea Ransel
Tas ransel dengan desin yang simple namun memikat. Memiliki rumbai unik sebagai detil. Pada bagian dalam terdapat 2 kantong untuk tempat handphone dan 1 kantong beretsleting tambahan. Tersedia dalam 2 warna black dan khaki




Saturday, 29 July 2017

Garfiel Sling


Garfield Sling

Dapatkan Tas sling yang bisa dipakai sebagai sling dan tote! Ga cuma itu, ada FREE POUCH juga loh! Tas dengan desain yang simple namun memikat ini sangat cocok untuk kuliah ataupun kerja. Gratis pouch. Pada bagian dalam terdapat 2 kantong untuk tempat handphone dan 1 kantong beretsleting tambahan. Tersedia dalam 2 warna black dan khaki



Friday, 28 July 2017



Ginea Ransel


Tas ransel dengan desin yang simple namun memikat. Memiliki rumbai unik sebagai detil. Pada bagian dalam terdapat 2 kantong untuk tempat handphone dan 1 kantong beretsleting tambahan. Tersedia dalam 2 warna black dan khaki
Color: black,khakiSize: 25x11,5x29,5


Thursday, 27 July 2017

Mint OOTD


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Trend Alert: Rainbow Colors Are the New Neutrals

Truthfully, the colors white, black, and nude might never go out of style. With their undeniable ease and versatility, we reckon neutrals have surpassed the label “trend” and rightfully earned “essential.” Upon this establishment, we’ve also decided on another thing: just because the weather’s gloomy, doesn’t mean our outfits have to be. Yes, going monochrome is the quintessential effortless look, but we don’t have to go with that. We are fashion girls after all, and we don’t fear uniqueness.
There’s no better way to defy monochrome than go all out with color. We guessed that you might be a little hesitant to try it out, which is why we’ve compiled a few of our favorite takes on the rainbow trend below to inspire you. You’ll stand out for sure, but that goes without saying. Scroll down to see our picks!
aoifejudithturner
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asos_shope
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double3xposure
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iamghogho
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thedoubledenim
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margaret__zhang
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meganellaby
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Photo via @rockybarnes
Photo via @rockybarnes

Thursday, 20 July 2017

Army OOTD


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DIY: REFASHION A TANK TOP INTO A CARRY-ALL BAG

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An easy two minute DIY {it’s so easy it must have been done before but I can’t recall ever seeing it …correct me if I’m wrong} …I know it seems kinda cheeseball, but try it, it’s cuter than you may think. Works perfectly as a little beach bag to carry your essentials in while on vacay …or for fruits & veggies at the Farmer’s Market. Or, use a silk, satin, or vintage camisole as your little wedding bag adding a few matching satin ribbons & or silk flowers or ruffles or anything else you can think of that matches your wedding theme or colors …and don’t forget to remove the tag for that one 😉 No it’s not going to replace a bookbag or backpack but holds your essentials …If nothing else, it’s fun for the kiddos.
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The Ultimate Lazy-Girl Style Hack For Looking Chic

On most days, we opt for polished, dress-to-impress kind of outfits. But with 7 days in a week, it can be draining trying to scour our closet for presentable yet stylish looks. So to give our sartorial minds a break, we tend to reserve the weekend for lazy, effortless style—literally. Denim is our go-to and basics are our best friends. But according to two fashion bloggers, looking stylish doesn’t have to be complicated. For Rocky Barnes and Aylin Köenig, all it takes is a third piece to complete your look.
Whether it’s a colorful robe, a printed coat, or a lace kimono, every girl should invest in a cover-up. It’s easy, versatile, comfortable, and can instantly elevate any lazy outfit. For inspiration, scroll down below to see how you can easily dress down in style.

Rocky Barnes

Photo via @rocky_barnes
Photo via @rocky_barnes
Photo via @rocky_barnes
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Photo via @rocky_barnes
Photo via @rocky_barnes
Photo via @rocky_barnes
Photo via @rocky_barnes
Photo via @rocky_barnes
Photo via @rocky_barnes

Aylin Köenig

Photo via @aylin_koenig
Photo via @aylin_koenig
Photo via @aylin_koenig
Photo via @aylin_koenig
Photo via @aylin_koenig
Photo via @aylin_koenig
Photo via @aylin_koenig
Photo via @aylin_koenig
Photo via @aylin_koenig
Photo via @aylin_koenig

Wednesday, 12 July 2017

DIY LACE UP HEELS // RED PUMPS W/ CHEVRON RIC RAC TRIM

DIY Lace up shoes - heels - red platform pumps
Shoe DIYs are my absolute favorite. My very first DIY on this blog was my DIY Louboutin Petal sandals back in 2009 and I’ve been at it ever since. I get really excited about great shoe diys, and it seems they’re on the forefront of my creativity when it comes to DIYslately… AND it’s a really fun way to upcycle your old shoes, heels, pumps, and flats alike, giving them new life without spending a dime. They’re perfect for the holidays too, just like the Pretty DIY T-strap Pumps with Ankle Bows I recently made. Function + Fashion + Fun!
Lace up heels, pumps, and flats trend often… and right now they’re having another fashion moment. There’s something sexy and sweet about them; something a little naughty and a little nice. Are they bondage or ballet? It’s all up to the wearer and the outfit paired with them, and that’s what makes them so fun.
This DIY in particular is also quite functional. The lacing makes your super high heels easier to walk in because they’re strapped on AND IT’S ALSO GREAT FOR your heels and flats that are a little too big; lacing them up keeps them as snug as a bug in a rug. However, if you want the lace up look without altering your shoes, use this Lace Up Barefoot Sandal DIY tutorial to wear WITH your favorite pumps or flats.

Here’s What You’ll Need…

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  • Old pumps… Mine are Rock and Republic red suede. See them here and here in outfits posts.
  • Revolving Leather Hole Punch {$14} and an AMAZING tool to have on hand for fun projects like this AND for easily adding extra belt holes without taking your belts to the shoe repair!
  • Lacing of your choice! You can use leather, ribbon, or anything that’s sturdy enough and fits through your holes. I used vintage ric rac trim {which came from my grandma’s old sewing supplies} because the reds matched perfectly and it made the shoes so unique!
  • Sharpie or pencil to mark your holes

Here’s How You Do It…

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* Try your shoes on and determine where your lacing holes will best suit the design of your pump.
NOTE: It’s best if you determine where your lacing will go with your shoes ON YOUR FEET so you can see where it will visually line up once laced because your feet generally change the shape of your shoe so the actual center may not be centered when they’re on.
* I made 5 holes total on each shoe: 1 front and center, two on each side parallel to each other.
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* Using your revolving leather hole punch on the smallest or second to smallest hole size, punch your marked dots BEHIND THE SHOE SEAM if your pumps have one.
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* Depending on how high you want your ribbons to lace up your leg, cut at least two yards for each shoe {you can always cut away later} … my trim was already pre-cut in two places, making one lace longer than the other, but I actually liked the imperfection so I left them uneven.
* Thread your lace through your center hole first, pulling it through all the way to the middle of your lace… then proceed lacing it through your next holes. I chose to always pull the lace OVER THE SHOE AND THROUGH instead of under the hole and up… the laces just look better that way.
NOTE: you may need beading pliers to help pull your lacing through your holes, but DON’T make your holes larger because they’ll be too noticeable and take away from the design. Just be careful and with a little patience, you’ll be able to string your lacing through.
* Slip your foot into your shoes like Cinderella, adjust your laces, and criss cross them up your leg {tightly enough to stay put but not so tight that you’re cutting off circulation}, finishing with a bow on the side, front, or back of your ankle. It’s up to you ~ and you can wear them differently each time if you like.