Honestly…wtf: DIY Collar Tips

Honestly…wtf: DIY Collar Tips

Coco Rosa: DIY Tights! 

Coco Rosa: DIY Tights! 

Honestly WTF: Necklace DIY inspired by Phillip Lim

Honestly WTF: Necklace DIY inspired by Phillip Lim

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Chic Steals: Flower neckpiece

Chic Steals: Flower neckpiece

Kyle Jammeson: This is a really cool and easy DIY because it is easy and can be made in any shape you want. Check out Kyle’s site here. 

Kyle Jammeson: This is a really cool and easy DIY because it is easy and can be made in any shape you want. Check out Kyle’s site here. 

essentialdiy:

HonestlyWTF- DIY Fendi Frill
The gals at Honestly…WTF have inspired me with their latest DIY! Think felt or lace or even leather!

essentialdiy:

HonestlyWTF- DIY Fendi Frill

The gals at Honestly…WTF have inspired me with their latest DIY! Think felt or lace or even leather!

ps-imadethis:

The “Art of the Trench” is a beautiful thing.  The trench  coat is quite possibly one of the most classic staples that everyone  should own.  My friends, Hillary and Katherine of  WHO WHAT WEAR, who have a new j’amazing book, “WHAT TO WEAR, WHERE”, agree that one of the most coveted pieces this spring hails from BURBERRY.   Designer, Christopher Bailey, added a new spin on the iconic trench  coat, giving us goosebumps with metallic accents to embellish.  Severe  and sexy spikes are certainly a Spring trend to steal (say that tongue  twister!)
Get inspired by Burberry, and create  your own version.  Reach for lots of chopsticks (use anywhere from  50-100 pairs or more if you crave more spike-age).  Using a handsaw  (carefully) and cut down chopsticks tops.  If you don’t feel comfortable  with a saw, try heavy duty clippers.  In a well-ventilated area, spray paint the spikes, gold.  Wait till dry, flip over- and spray to cover.  Use  chalk to outline where the spikes will go.  Use droplets of hot glue on  the bottoms of the spikes, place down- and hold for a few seconds till  they set.  Remove any straggly glue hair strands, let dry- and rock it! 

*Points for coolness, not hug-ability

ps-imadethis:

The “Art of the Trench” is a beautiful thing.  The trench coat is quite possibly one of the most classic staples that everyone should own.  My friends, Hillary and Katherine of  WHO WHAT WEAR, who have a new j’amazing book, “WHAT TO WEAR, WHERE”, agree that one of the most coveted pieces this spring hails from BURBERRY.  Designer, Christopher Bailey, added a new spin on the iconic trench coat, giving us goosebumps with metallic accents to embellish.  Severe and sexy spikes are certainly a Spring trend to steal (say that tongue twister!)

Get inspired by Burberry, and create your own version.  Reach for lots of chopsticks (use anywhere from 50-100 pairs or more if you crave more spike-age).  Using a handsaw (carefully) and cut down chopsticks tops.  If you don’t feel comfortable with a saw, try heavy duty clippers.  In a well-ventilated area, spray paint the spikes, gold.  Wait till dry, flip over- and spray to cover.  Use chalk to outline where the spikes will go.  Use droplets of hot glue on the bottoms of the spikes, place down- and hold for a few seconds till they set.  Remove any straggly glue hair strands, let dry- and rock it!

*Points for coolness, not hug-ability

The Walking Recessionista: Although she doesn’t tell you exactly how she makes her beautiful necklace I think it’s pretty easy to figure it out if you put your mind to it. What makes this particular DIY special, I think, are the turquoise beads she added. Check out more pics here.

The Walking Recessionista: Although she doesn’t tell you exactly how she makes her beautiful necklace I think it’s pretty easy to figure it out if you put your mind to it. What makes this particular DIY special, I think, are the turquoise beads she added. Check out more pics here.

Pale Division: I’ve seen a few of these DIY YSL shirts around and I think they’re awesome. I think the “brand” DIY, like drawing Chanel C’s, is the perfect rebellious project for anyone who can’t afford it. It’s very punk chic. 

Pale Division: I’ve seen a few of these DIY YSL shirts around and I think they’re awesome. I think the “brand” DIY, like drawing Chanel C’s, is the perfect rebellious project for anyone who can’t afford it. It’s very punk chic. 

Studs and Pearls:This skull clutch is another awesome purse DIY courtesy of Studs and Pearls. See how she made it here. 

Studs and Pearls:This skull clutch is another awesome purse DIY courtesy of Studs and Pearls. See how she made it here. 

Honestly… WTF: Friendship bracelets are cool again! Check out this great DIY that modernizes friendship jewelry.

Honestly… WTF: Friendship bracelets are cool again! Check out this great DIY that modernizes friendship jewelry.

Honestly...WTF friendship necklace

A Matter of Style: This isn’t technically a DIY but it’s definitely worthy! The lovely blogger from A Matter of Style presents this shoe as inspiration. “Engrave” your shoes with a personal motto!!

A Matter of Style: This isn’t technically a DIY but it’s definitely worthy! The lovely blogger from A Matter of Style presents this shoe as inspiration. “Engrave” your shoes with a personal motto!!

Dirty Hair Halo: My mom added inserts to her jeans like this when she was my age. I wonder if this will catch on given the “new” flared jean trend. Check out how Shannon added her inserts here. 

Dirty Hair Halo: My mom added inserts to her jeans like this when she was my age. I wonder if this will catch on given the “new” flared jean trend. Check out how Shannon added her inserts here

Dirty Hair Halo Flared Jeans Insert

Honestly…WTF: I’m still sitting here shocked from how cool this DIY is! The girls from Honestly…WTF are simply brilliant. Click through to see how they made this transparent clutch. 

Honestly…WTF: I’m still sitting here shocked from how cool this DIY is! The girls from Honestly…WTF are simply brilliant. Click through to see how they made this transparent clutch