This week we're going to DIY the look of Andy Warhol's factory girl, Edie Sedgwick:
I love Edie's edgy style, from her bold eye-makeup to her arty 70's outfits.
These caramels would make a great Christmas snack or gift to give away.
Make an adorable necklace for Thanksgiving!
How do you like the sound of chocolate ravioli? We think it sound amazing!
Check out the recipe from bell' alimento »
These cubes are so easy to make and look great.
Yum, this banana “ice cream” with toasted coconut, almonds, & dark chocolate looks divine!
Check out the recipe from Ambitious Kitchen »
These gorgeous crowns would look great on your guests this Thanksgiving.
These cookies look and sound amazing. We love red velvet.
Check out the recipe from Culinary Couture »
- Boots: Old Navy
- Jacket & Shirt: Gap
- Skirt: H&M
- Necklace: DIY (see below)
DIY Jeweled Triangle Necklace
Recreate the look with Erin's DIY Jeweled Triangle Necklace tutorial:
How would you describe your style?
Casual, classic, with a sprinkling of vintage and world-traveler.
What's your favourite piece in your wardrobe?
I love, love, love my denim shirts. I recently ruined my original one by washing it with a rogue red scarf, and was pretty heartbroken afterward! Now, I have multiples so I'm never without.
Who are your style icons?
I take a lot of inspiration from stylish women in the past. For example, the ladies of Studio 54, like Laura Hutton, Angelica Houston, and Bianca Jagger. (Actually, all of Mick Jagger's women, like Marianne Faithfull and Jerry Hall!) Also, Francoise Hardy and Faye Dunaway in Bonnie and Clyde.
Do you have any favourite designers?
Ralph Lauren always does American style so well and does an amazing job of reinterpreting the past. I also really like Isabel Marant, Suno, and Rodarte.
Where are your favourite places to shop for new clothes clothes?
I'm definitely a bargain shopper. For trendy stuff, it's H&M, for fun basics, the Gap, and mixed in plenty of thrifted items or DIY.
Do you make or customise your outfits?
I try to customize what I can, but I'm a terrible sewer! I prefer to put my spin on things through accessories I make myself, especially jewelry.
Do you have any great tips for mixing up and personalising an outfit?
Every morning I try to incorporate at least one piece (hopefully more!) that tells a story about who I am. Whether it's earrings from a trip to India, a necklace I made myself, or a bracelet with my (and my sister's) initials, I try to put "me" in as much as I can.
These pom pom bookmarks would make adorable gifts this xmas.