To turn any old pair of jeans into frayed boyfriend jeans, all
you need is a pair of scissors. Take your jeans, or shorts, and lay them flat.
Use the blade of the scissors to distress and loosen the fibers in the areas you
wish until they begin to thin and fray (I did the knee areas and back pockets). Be sure not to make large holes or gaps
to keep a natural look. Pull out the threads to assist the frayed look. Then
throw them in the washer/dryer and you’re done! The more they’re worn, the better
Last weekend I attended the wedding one of my UCSB alumnus in the bright and beautiful downtown Santa Barbara. I decided to change up my routine and go with a classic bold, black number. This was mainly because this dress by Black Halo exposes just the right amount of skin, appropriate for the wedding.
I paired the beautiful dress with my bold leather whites for a black & white Spring harmony.
Blazer: Mango (here) | Jeans: Max Studio (similar here) | Sandals: Halogen (here) | Top: Zara | Sunglasses: Dolce&Gabbana | Jewelry: Cara, H&M | Bag: Imported from Iran
There is something to love about the simplicity and freshness of all white. Head to toe in white gives a crisp, clean look. Be sure to remember
proportion is everything when wearing all of any one color.
Are you ready for an all-white-everything summmmaaa?
If you're into multitasking at your desk like me, these sticky nails are the best way to go. I've worked with other brands before that had issues such as not sticking or would take forever to remove. However, this brand, Incoco, makes life seamless, simple and fun--and even lasts 2 weeks. All you need is a nail file and a few minutes. I've gotten so good at it that my record is 7 minutes for both hands!
Yes, I can do my nails faster than the guys can wash my car. Literally, this happened.