Wednesday, August 21, 2013


It is absolutely thrilling for me to introduce you lovely readers to my first sponsor: BonLook! Their eyeware is so adorable with a range of fun colors and patterns.  One of my favorite things about their glasses is the sweet vintage style! How fun they are! It just makes you want to dress the go get your high heels out of retirement!

To kick-start us up they are offering $10 off your purchase! Enjoy browsing.

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Friday, August 16, 2013

DIY Rhinestone Bracelet

Let's say you have your eye on a dreamy piece of clothing, but you're just not in the mood to buy it. The next phase of that scenario is discontentment.  Hmm. Not a good place to be. Here is my solution to the problem: create it yourself. 

You will have the best of both worlds; creating what you love, and owning what you love.  

I really love stacked wrist attire, but I don't own too many bracelets that would pile up well. When I saw this picture it was like a lightbulb. "I can make that!". And I did.

Here is the directions so you can start stacking your wrists.
  1. Measure out how long you want the chain to be for your wrist. Cut two strands of chain and one strand of rhinestones to the before mentioned length. (My rhinestones were too long so I cut them to the proper length and reattached the end clamp.) 
  2. Attach the three ends and the clasp to a solo link of chain.
  3. Double up your embroidery thread and use it as one strand (be generous with the length, you need more than you think). 
  4. Pull the thread through the top link on one end of the bracelet, centering the strand and leaving you with a long doubled strand on each side.
  5. Weave one side down in a screw-type spiral making sure each wrap-around goes over the link between rhinestones. Do the same on the other side, mirror imaging the previous side. The back should be a row of "X"s.
  6. Tie them off at the bottom of the chain completing your bracelet!
I hope this is helpful for you!

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Paris Market

Savannah has one of my all time favorite shops sitting right on the main shopping avenue. Every time you step through the large glass doors your eyes are met with new sights, and your ears recognize the lilting sound of French music.  With papers, furniture, baby clothes, jewelry and books it makes your heart happy.

Ladies and Gentlemen let me introduce you to Paris Market.