The lovely folks over at Julep sent me a Julep Maven Intro Box, and I was so excited to try it out! Julep is a company that sells nail polish as well as products for mani/pedi care. They have a program called Julep Maven, where you sign up for $20 per month, and receive a new box of Julep products each month worth at least $40.
Check out some photos of my fabulous Julep box and my Julep manicure:
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Otherwise known as cobalt….but who’s checking?
This weekend was my friend Lauren’s 21st birthday, which meant I needed a new outfit! The party was at a bar that she rented out, and it was tons of fun!
I was drawn to a beautiful blue dress that happened to remind me a lot of my FIJI Water @ NYFW dress. Check it out!
I’m moving into my new apartment in August, and since I’ll be starting fresh with a clean, white tabula rasa, I’m very excited to decorate.
I really enjoy crafting/how to’s/DIY, and there’s no better occasion for that then adding to my home decor.
Below check out the photo/link roundup I did for DIY plans for my new apartment. If you have any other tips you’ve tried, or want to try, please share!!
Paint-Dipped Utensil Handles
Scrabble Tile Coasters
Rope-Wrapped Coffee Cans
Picture Frame Bathroom Dish
Fabric-Covered Shoebox Lid Key Hooks
Painted Chalkboard Platters
With July Fourth on its way, I couldn’t think of a better time to execute this DIY that’s been floating around in my head for a while: denim cutoffs inspired by the Current/Elliot star shorts!
Here are the Current/Elliot shorts that inspired this DIY:
What You’ll Need:
How to DIY Your Own Current/Elliot Shorts:
1. Pour the white paint into a plastic bowl or plate, or onto tin foil.
2. Dab the sponge in the paint, and then dab it a few times on the newspaper to make the print on the shorts less solid.
3. Place the star stencil where you choose (it helps if it’s a sticky stencil, but if not, be sure to hold in place!)
4. Dab the paint lightly within the stencil, then lift the stencil.
5. Repeat as many times as you want!
And just for fun, check out my Fourth of July nail art!