Earlier this month I shared a chain version of my DIY convertible bracelet choker. This week, I wanted to share the glass bead version that I love to wear as a bracelet. But it can be worn as a choker necklace or a wrap bracelet, it’s up to you!
Some of my favorite go-to pieces in my closet are my rompers and jumpsuits. They’re no-brainers like dresses, but allow me the extra freedom of knowing I won’t have an accidental Marilyn Monroe moment. Accidentally flashing my underwear when a strong wind goes by is a real concern when living in the Bay Area.
Ever since I made my DIY version of the Bina Brianca convertible travel wrap I’ve been a little obsessed with making other convertible pieces like the DIY convertible blanket wrap. This time I made a few different versions of a DIY convertible bracelet choker; wear it as a choker necklace or a wrap bracelet! Be on the lookout for a second version I’ll be sharing later this month. Sign up for email updates so you don’t miss it!
Now that I have had a chance to go to Coachella during Weekend 1 and Weekend 2, I can see why Weekend 1 always sells out so much faster than Weekend 2.
I’m not sure if you’d heard, but California was pummeled with rain the past few months. As a native, I was a combination of miserable and happy. All the rain also gave me a better understanding of what it would be like to live somewhere like Seattle. I realize now that I would not be able to cut it there. I need the sun and temperate California weather too much. I’m not sure how I’m going to survive living anywhere else, to be honest.
But all the rain paid off because wildflowers are blooming in the desert and they are spectacular! Last weekend, I went to the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve and was blown away by the large swathes of orange, falling more in love with my state and the state flower.
I believe that when spring comes there are two distinct groups of people that emerge. Those who are ready to shed the layers, to show some skin and those who love the coziness of winter layers and don’t want to let it go. My favorite time in this period of transition between winter and spring where the sun is out but the temperatures aren’t quite warm enough to shed all the layers. Spring transitions are when I get to be creative with styling. Read on for some tips for making this transition look effortless!
It’s allergy season and I could not be happier to see the sun after what felt like an eternity of non-stop rain here in California. The other month Silk Plants Direct reached out asking me to review one of their products. I was planning on making a DIY floral wreath before they reached out and even had my eye on one at my local Jo-Ann store. I was awed by the wide selection of wreaths available at Silk Plants Direct and was very happy with their speedy delivery.