Posts Tagged ‘necklaces’

One Necklace, Three Girls with Flutter Boutique

Welcome to the latest installment of One Piece, Three Girls – where I feature a single article of clothing, jewelry, or an accessory from a local boutique, styled into 3 different looks for 3 different ladies. (See my feature with Portland’s Mabel & Zora boutique here!) For this post, I had the opportunity to work […]

DIY Owl and Leaves Epoxy Clay Gold Leaf Charm Necklace

Back when I worked on the May campaign with Martha Stewart Jewelry, I actually made a couple of pieces while playing around with the treasure trove of supplies I was sent. (Only my DIY Enamel Spring Flower Bib Necklace made it to the blog for the campaign post.) But I also made a few other […]

Free People Portland x Chic Steals DIY Quartz Necklace Event Recap

Hello lovely readers!  I really enjoyed meeting some of you at the DIY Event with Free People Portland that I taught on Saturday. About 20 people came during a 2-hour period to learn how to make a beautiful gold-dipped quartz necklace. Explaining how to wire-wrap.  Some of the quartz pieces were pretty slippery! Comparing to […]

Outfit 11.09.12: Freebies Galore!

Knit Cat Hat Beanie: freebie from Shibuya 109 Book Vol. 6 (similar here) Mecha-Rake Ekusute in Long Curl (TGMX color): Priscila Chain-and-rhinestone necklace: Forever 21 (similar here, or just DIY it by wrapping a bunch of different chain chokers around themselves, and hooking in a couple rhinestone links or beads) Pyramid stud spiky necklace: DIY […]

DIY in 5: Acrylic Bib Necklace

Yesterday I coveted it, so today I’m going to show you how to make it. It’s DIY in 5 – minutes, that is. The easiest, quickest ways to take a piece from blah to fab and update it to current trends. From left to right: Giambattista Valli, Alexis Bittar, Giorgio Armani, VPL Victoria Bartlett. photo […]

Lookalikes! House of Harlow and Fiona Paxton Necklaces

Bar Scale Necklace, $14.80, Alright, so shoot me…I love Forever21. Sure, their clothing and jewelry is cheaply constructed and will fall apart quickly, but when it comes to staying on top of the trends (and producing low-priced knockoffs) they’re the US’s answer to the UK’s ASOS. (ASOS is better-designed and a little more fashion-forward, […]