In case the title didn’t fully explain it, I want everything in the 2013 Chinti and Parker Spring/Summer collection. Polka dots? Stripes? Colorblock? It just has a my name all over it! I’d wear it all.. at once. Okay not really all at once, that would be too much awesome for one person to handle.
What’s your favorite piece? To be honest, I buy things that I love and then wear the crap out of them until they look like colorful trash bags. Am I the only one?
Checkprint skirt // heart sweaters // polka dot sweaters // one pocket sweater // striped breton dress
In case don’t already follow Create Like Crazy, let me just take a moment to bask in the fact that I get to be the one to introduce you… okay, I’m back. Jordan is not only the talented designer and editor of CLC, but she is seriously one of the sweetest and most encouraging people, and I’m super excited to share her Style Diaries interview with you!
What’s your winter uniform?
It doesn’t get super cold in Florida, so I usually add a scarf, jacket and boots to my usual skinny jeans or dress.
What’s your go-to accessory?
Scarves, for sure. Especially when I’m ready for cold weather style and Florida is cooperating!
Your current favorite pattern?
Polka dots! I’m a tad bit obsessed actually. But hey, I couldn’t call myself a real blogger if I didn’t like polka dots, right? ;)
The thing you couldn’t leave the house without…
My planner! It’s shiny, gold, and beautiful. Or my rings. They all have special meaning to me. The gold rings are my dad’s wedding ring ( before he “upgraded” to silver, haha! ) and my sister’s baby ring.
Thank you Jordan for sharing your style secrets in all of their adorable glory, you rock! You can find past Style Diaries interviews, right here
Normally I’m a better behind the scenes person than anything else, but sometimes it’s fun to show off a little personality that isn’t just crafts, short stories, and a random hand every now and then. Because of that, I’d have to choose the DIY branch clothing rack & my closet posts as my favorites thus far. What do you think? What’s been your favorite?
I hope you liked my cheesy title, after little deliberation, I decided on it just for you. Also, I know I always say this, but this DIY might take the cake on the easiest project I’ve ever done. Seriously. No glue, no scissors, just two key ingredients and you’ll have yourself a charming belt.
I got this idea from a similar belt that I bought when I was in Memphis (you know I love anything with an unexpected detail added to it), and I couldn’t resist a good DIY. Best part: no one will ever be able to tell you made this yourself, unless you pick something hideous to hang from your belt, in which case I can’t be held responsible for any ridicule.
Use plain jewelry charms with wide loops and slip them onto the belt hook like a keychain.
That’s it! You’ve officially achieved a super cute, one-of-a-kind belt in less than a minute!