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    DIY Demim Repair With Stitches & Florals

    Apr 07, 2013

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    UPDATE: This post originally ran on February 20th 2013 but we love this DIY for festival season so we’re bringing it back! (…) Read more »

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    How To Distress Leather Hats (And Win One!)

    Feb 27, 2013

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    When it comes to certain accessories, like hats and shoes, we can’t help but love them more when they’ve got a little wear and tear.  (…) Read more »

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    DIY Flower Fedora Pin

    Jan 16, 2013

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    If you hadn’t noticed, we’re kind of head over heels for fedoras right now. They have this magic ability to look good with everything, from a long, flowing maxi dress to jeans and a t-shirt. (…) Read more »

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    DIY: How To Diamond Smock Your T-Shirt

    Dec 05, 2012

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    UPDATE: This previously ran on October the 30th but as we know everyone likes to update their basic tee every once in a while we wanted to bring it back. Smocking has always been a craft that has intrigued me, I love how it creates more depth and volume in flat fabrics and the pattern (…) Read more »

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    DIY: Update Your Tired Toms With Color Blocking

    Sep 12, 2012

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    Toms are the type of shoe that are so easy to throw on and go that they tend to get pretty worn out.  Mine just reached the point where they had a hole in the toe, so I decided it was time to give them a little makeover – simultaneously fixing the hole and giving (…) Read more »

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    DIY Studded Denim Cutoffs

    Feb 15, 2012

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      I have been wanting to do this DIY for quite some time now, but with the current denim dressing feature on our website and studded trend I told you about yesterday, the stars all aligned and it finally came together this week! (…) Read more »

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    DIY Holiday Blazer

    Dec 07, 2011

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    Our office coordinator never ceases to amaze me with her creativity and style (you can see some past examples here and here). Last week I passed her in the hallway and my jaw dropped – she had on the most amazing and beautiful blazer! (…) Read more »

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    DIY Personalized Denim Shirt

    Oct 19, 2011

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    I’ve been really into the menswear trend lately – I love taking pieces borrowed from a boy and giving them a feminine twist. Then I saw this photo on tumblr and inspiration struck! I knew my next DIY project would be customizing an old denim shirt by adding a pop of colorful pattern. What you (…) Read more »

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    Details: Rings & Things

    Oct 18, 2011

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    DIY Newspaper Nails - paint your nails with base coat of choice (a light color will work best) - once dry, soak nails in alcohol - press piece of newspaper to nails one at a time, and remove - paint with clear top coat Voila! Halloween nails! I love the idea of skulls on your (…) Read more »

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    Guest Post: DIY Fishtail Maxi

    Oct 12, 2011

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    The lovely and creative Geneva of A Pair and a Spare contributed this amazing guest post for our blog!   Fishtail skirts have dominated the recent SS12 runways and are oh so sexy. What better way to jazz up a thrifted skirt than by creating your own fishtail style? Follow my steps below, it’s incredibly (…) Read more »

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