I immediately did a double take after spotting this shirt with baubles stitched down the "placket," which I just recently learned is the term used to describe the middle section of a button down shirt. Honestly? Placket?!
Did you know that chainmail was the earliest form of metal armor and was invented as early as 300BC by the ancient Celts? Used as protective armor for centuries by multiple cultures, it's still being made today - often in the form of jewelry.
Color + block = the 2 words in fashion most commonly used this season. It was just a matter of time before we'd incorporate this much loved trend into a DIY.
We almost lost our marbles when we first spotted these scalloped white Louis Vuitton collars on the runway. And so when Lucky Magazine asked us to create a tutorial for their November issue, DIYing Peter Pan collars was an absolute no-brainer.
We've recently teamed up with our lovely friends at Kanon & Milk Studios to DIY our very own signature cocktail.
Inspired by a shoot styled by Mandy of Oracle Fox where gold leaf was applied in the form of makeup and jewelry, I immediately had to try it myself. It's an instantaneous and temporary solution for a lack of bling. Plus, it looks super fly!
Leave it to Dolce & Gabbana to express their huge appetite for life with their Spring 2012 Collection. Dresses printed with eggplants, tomatoes and hot peppers sauntered down the runway, Sophia Loren was heard singing the ever-so-cliché "
A couple of weeks ago, we celebrated FNO by DIYing bow ties and neckties from scraps of denim at Madewell - because honestly, who isn't borrowing a bit of inspiration from the boys this season?