We have some super talented DIY’ers on YLF, who might be inspired by this Etsy tutorial with a bit of a techie vibe. Crafter Sarah Goldschadt shows us how to make colourful rewired bracelets.
From artists creating bohemian-luxe pieces to one of a kind modern heirlooms, Refinery29 introduces us to 10 rising jewellery stars in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The Washingtonian is quite adamant about it: if you buy just one accessory this Summer, then make it a gold statement cuff.
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MaryK says that the ladies at Fabulous after 40 have some great tips about how to prepare for a photo shoot. MaryK’s personal number one tip: wear brighter than usual lipstick.
Nordstrom is teaming up with Topshop, and Jamie is curious to see how this collaboration will take shape.
Angie loves this juxtaposition of casual grunge plaid with a ladylike clutch, and wants to wear this vibe for Autumn with a wide pair of trousers. Very wearable and modern.
Since packing for travel comes up regularly on YLF, Ornella thought many of us could take notes from Audi’s packing for France blog post.
Tracey found Suleika Jaouad’s musings on the effect of her illness on her style heartwarming and heartbreaking.
Tights and Tea shares an easy DIY for converting a bra to a low-back bra. Laurinda thought this very clever, especially because no advanced sewing skill is required.
KL has a thing for scarf knots and this one by blogger Sidewalk Ready is the coolest – and easiest – style she has picked up in a while.
Is a passion for fashion an unhealthy obsession and a frivolous pastime, or is it a legitimate form of self-expression and means of communication? Goldenpig is struggling with this question, and in that light recommends reading this interesting piece.
CocoLion points us to Fashionologie, where you can find all the Fall 2012 campaigns in one place. Lots of eye candy, indeed!
Last but not least, a public service announcement for all our fab readers who sew, please don’t hold pins in your mouth.