HALLOWEEN COSTUMES FOR GIRLS AGE 11

Halloween is a fun-filled special holiday for kids as they get to wear ugly, spooky, strange, beautiful, grotesque costumes of their favorite characters. During Halloween kids also move door to door collecting sweets or selling cookies for fun. This provides an opportunity for youngsters to display their costumes and collect as many goodies as they … Read moreHALLOWEEN COSTUMES FOR GIRLS AGE 11

Iffy by Melissa

    Button-up: Madewell (similar) | T-shirt: Shade Clothing | Skirt: Madewell (similar) | Shoes: J.Crew (very similar!) To be honest, I am not quite sure what I was thinking here. Was it “How many patterns can I fit in ONE outfit?” or “I am going to pick blindly from the closet and just put it on.” Maybe … Read moreIffy by Melissa

How To Make a Colorblock Dress from T-Shirts by Kristina

Sometimes a favorite piece is just too comfortable to throw away. I didn’t want to get rid of my perfect fit tee from the GAP so I decided to up-cycle three extra large men’s polo shirts from Goodwill to create a dress inspired by this colorblock dress. Chic Girl’s Tip: Anytime you plan to up-cycle jersey knit … Read moreHow To Make a Colorblock Dress from T-Shirts by Kristina

Can you guess whose tablet this really is??

Staples sent me the Samsung Galaxy Note 8″ tablet. And you bet I was allllllll over that. Chase bought a tablet a couple years ago but ended up selling it last year. I never used it much – just to read the Hunger Games like five times. But lately I’ve been seeing how babies have been interacting with technology … Read moreCan you guess whose tablet this really is??

Photo Tips for Fashion Bloggers #3 by Emily

Here’s a quick tip on getting flattering outfit posts/portraits when you’ve got to work with that pesky middle-of-the-day light. Making this one SUPER simple change when you’re shooting can make your photo much more clear, flattering, and all-around blog-worthy. Check out the before and after below where all I did was change one aspect of … Read morePhoto Tips for Fashion Bloggers #3 by Emily

How To Make a Safety Pin Watch by Kristina

You can find these supplies at most craft stores, but for this project I wanted a watch face that would hide the attached elastic beneath the watch. I ordered this simple square one at Goody Beads online. Because the elastic will stretch out once you put in on your arm, the length of the watch should be … Read moreHow To Make a Safety Pin Watch by Kristina