We had an old metal bracelet that had been sitting in our drawers for some time now. Since we had been staring at our spray paint for quite some time we opted to spray the bracelet with a pretty blue tone. Once it had dried overnight, we spruced it up with neon in hopes of creating our go to summer piece.
SUPPLIESGem Tac Glue
Sew On Rhinestones
We applied a small amount of Gem Tac glue on the back of each rhinestone one at a time.
We gently placed each rhinestone down onto the cuff adding a small amount of pressure.
We continued to do this until we came up with a unique and one of a kind pattern for our cuff.
Even on a rainy day this cuff brightens up our outfit. We can’t wait to see your DIYs.
Jazzi McGilbert of Jazzimcg has been on our radar for some time now. We’re loving everything from her fashion forward DIYs to her amazing style and somewhat addicting posts. Her honesty and straight forward antics are something we look forward to each day. Who else would notify bloggers they’ve been busy with a selfie from the doctors office? Her fun loving LA/NY vibe is something we truly love not to mention her killer DIYs. Click on each of the images for the full tutorials.
DIY: Richard Nicoll Inspired Ribbon Cuff
DIY: Alexander Wang Inspired Sock Braces
DIY: DVF Inspired Pom Pom Hat
Making Eco-friendly fashion choices can be very costly. Rather than purchasing an Eco friendly garment, revamp something you already have. Earth Day has allowed us to reevaluate the many ways we can refashion our own items. Here are some of our favorite up-cycled DIY projects.
Mich L in LA: Wear your Jeans as a Bracelet Tutorial
Arstar by Althea: Upcycled Tie Necklace Tutorial
Ms. Not So Perfect: T-Shirt Scarf
Trash to Couture: Basket Weave Old Shirts
Jeans Guardian: Denim Slippers
Don’t forget to tweet us some of your upcycled DIY projects. #mjtrim
The arm party may be over, but as we continue obsessing over the bracelets and accessories we’d wear at Coachella, we couldn’t help but make a couple of easy bracelet DIYs with our fabulous leather cords. These cord bracelet DIYs are so easy, they take less than 10 minutes to make and look great layered together. Don’t believe us? Check it out!
3MM Braided Vinyl Cord in Gold/Brown
Braided Leather Bolo in Antique Dark Brown
Cut the amount of cord that you’d like for each of your your bracelets
Add glue to the end of your cord
Place the glued cord into a metal clasp
Apply pressure securing the cord and clasp together
Repeat the above step for both ends of the cord
Enjoy this easy Cord Bracelet DIY Tutorial. Layer your bracelets and have fun with this look…Don’t forget to tweet us your bracelets! Check out or site for all your Music Festival Fashion needs.