OOTD_89 + Haul Video!

DSC_0859 I have finally found a pair of camo skinnies! I was searching everywhere for some and I'm glad I waited because I really like the detailing on these ones from Forever 21. These pants are really lightweight which is going to be great for the warmer months ahead. Since there is a stripe down the side, I wanted to pair them with a dressier shoe for a sportswear look. These shoes have a bit of a heel so it achieved that for me, and I definitely had in mind some fancier camo look such as this one that I love!

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As I mentioned I just picked up these camo jeans recently so I thought I would film a quick little haul video for you guys to show you some of the awesome spring items at Forever 21 right now! Hope you enjoy! P.S. Don't mind my weirdness

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sj1rB1y_CuA&w=420&h=315]

iron maiden tee_Urban Outfitters, sale camo skinnies_Forever 21 lace up wedges_Deena and Ozzy by Urban Outfitters black tote_H&M spike necklace_Forever 21 cross bracelet_eBay leather skull band_Brandy Melville black beaded bracelet_Tiffany, gift from Dad

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DIY_evil eye chain bracelet

i have always loved evil eye bracelets ever since visting Greece, but have noticed that they are on trend right now such as collections by Betsey Johnson, Vanessa Kandiyoti, and on ASOS. this diy transforms some chunky link chain and a single evil eye bead into a chic silver bracelet. enjoy!

1_take a chunky link chain and measure it to fit around your wrist 2_cut the link chain in half to create a space for the evil eye bead. (i used an old watch i thrifted and just cut off the watch face to create the space) 3_attach 2 jump rings together and then attach to one piece of the chain bracelet. do the same for the other piece of the bracelet. (see detail image below)

4_next take a small piece of wire and wrap around one of the jump rings. use a pair of pliers to both cut the wire and secure it to the jump ring 5_thread the evil eye bead onto the wire. then attach the loose end of the wire to the other jump ring and secure with pliers. 6_you should now have a single connected bracelet. attach a few jump rings to either end of the bracelet, and add a simple lobster clasp for the closure. 7_pair with your other favorite silver accessories for a wrist full of new arm candy!

p.s. bear with me through my first few DIYs if you're finding them difficult to follow, i'm not used to describing how i make something. until then, feel free to ask questions in the comments below and thanks for reading!