Two Favorite Accessories

1. C Wonder $48
2. ASOS $26.60

 

Hello Everyone!

I have been accessory crazy lately, and I saved up some money to buy a couple accessories soon! Everyone has their ideas of good additions to an outfit (boho headbands and fringe, grunge bracelet stacks and vintage sunglasses, edgy spiked cuffs, etc) but my favorite are the two above. How do you wear them? Read on!

1. Gem stone rings- I have wanted one for SO long, and am hoping for one for my birthday! (which is next month) Gem rings can go with many styles. They are a little edgy, and can be colorful. That means they can make a bold outfit even bolder, and a girly outfit even cooler. A mod-style graphic dress can have a modern twist with these, or even a cocktail dress for special events. It can be classy and dressed up as much as it can be casual.

2. I have also wanted a heart cross-body bag forever. They are adorable and stylish, and many come in multiple colors and textures. A Coachella-style outfit would go well with this bag. A silky button up shirt with lace shorts and sandals can look more modern and stylish when you add this bag. You can also wear it with a plain white t-shirt with a denim shirt over it, and striped shorts to break up the spring styles with something stylish and bold!

What are your favorite accessories right now? What did you think of these?

-Heather

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Ombre Crackled Nail

Ok so I am obsessed with nails and new designs and when I saw this, my initial thought was, oh gosh no way, that’s way too difficult. But then I realized it just looked super hard, but could definitely be achieved easily. All that needs to be done is some careful sponging to create the ombre effect. I actually thought the whole ombre on nails thing was impossible the first couple of times I tried it, and I learned with practice, it can be so simple.

The first thing you want to do is out down a color on your nail normally that you want to be the color closest to your cuticles (in this case yellow). Next, you would sponge the next color once the yellow is dry, and keep sponging and letting it dry until you have a gradual change. Once the second color is done, you sponge the last color that will be on the tips, and you keep sponging and letting it dry until it looks gradual as well. It doesn’t have to be too perfect in this case anyway, because you’re putting the black crackle nail polish over it, and it’ll hide many of the imperfections, while giving an edgy, polished look!

Tell me how you guys like this, and if you do it, please give me some feedback!!

Thank you!