A day in Pairs

I’m a bit obsessed with france at the moment and so I thought this post from gloucestergirl12 was perfect. 🙂


A day in Pairs!!!

Hollister Co mesh top
$30 – hollisterco.com

Abercrombie Fitch embroidery shirt
$25 – abercrombie.com

Abercrombie & Fitch cotton short shorts
$58 – abercrombie.com

Steve Madden t strap flat
$90 – heels.com

Coach bag

Melinda Maria rose gold jewelry
$68 – melindamaria.com

Hollister Co belt
$16 – hollisterco.com

Ray-Ban polarized aviator sunglasses
$190 – sunglasshut.com

Bobbi Brown – Blush
$24 – barneys.com

Moschino Cheap & Chic Paris Eiffel Tower T-shirt
£80 – harveynichols.com

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Into-Mind is a fantastic blog, with great creative DIY ideas 🙂 Its light, smart and I’ve made sure I’m following it. Make sure you do too. 🙂

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Coconut Jewellery Holder
Did you know that coconuts make great storage units? They can easily be transformed into any sort of cup/tray/organiser to hold everything from make up or jewellery to paint brushes and candy. I actually got this idea from my boyfriend; I said I didn’t like coconut water and so he got  some whole coconuts to prove me wrong. I still don’t like the taste of them but I did get the idea of using the shell for a quick DIY project :).  I experimented a bit with different colours and techniques, and I prefer to decorate just the rim of the shell and leave the rest, I think the coconut skin (?)  looks pretty cool as it is. Here are two coconutty jewellery holders I made and now use to store bracelets/bigger rings and earrings. See below for a tutorial.

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Just tried out this technique, its amazing. A must-try idea for anyone looking for something quirky and creative!


It’s been awhile since we’ve had a tape manicure tutorial on PYP, so we decided to try out a classic chevron design using some winter shades. We love how Scotch tape can be used in so many different ways to create patterns on your nails, the only downside is the wait time. In between each colour, even with a quick dry top coat, it’s still quite a bit of a wait to ensure no polish lifts off with the tape. We recommend trying this nail art when you’re lounging around the house, we can’t tell you how many times we’ve anxiously rushed and ruined all of our nails 😦

Step 1: Apply a base coat, we recommend Orly – Bonder, it has a rubbery feel to it, is quick drying, and protects nails from staining. After you have applied your base coat, paint nails with two coats of Revlon –…

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