I’m convinced you can never be too sandy, or wear too may bracelets.
Kate Davis arm stack. Swoon.
Zee sandy tan wrist luau. Kate Davis throws a sweet one.
Tahitian pearls and custom made leather. It’s music to my ears. Tahitian pearls and neon. Well, that makes my heart go lub dub. Pretty much anything by Pearl.Love makes me want to do the running man. This line of handmade jewelry designed by sisters Emily and Tara feels one part exotic, one part gypset, and one part rocker chic. Basically a sweet recipe for some wear anywhere, unique, awesome beach bling.
Quite possibly the raddest cutoffs known to mankind.
One Teaspoon Bandits. Get ‘em HERE.
It all started with a girl and her really cool grandma. This grandma happened to be a jewelry designer in the 80’s. It was one heck of a dress up play date when she got to go to grandmas, if you know what I mean. Well, once this l’il gal discovered grandma’s vintage bead closets, that’s all she wrote. She’s been designing and making hand made jewelry ever since.
This gal is Frasier Lipton. She is the designer and creator of the delectable line, Frasier Sterling Jewelry, and oh my gosh does she ever rock my world.
..and she is about to make someone else’s world rock too.
Frasier is giving away this beautiful, handmade, boho beach chic, perfect for layering, absolutely freaking fantastic necklace. If you think the pic looks good, wait until you see it in person…whoever the winner might be.
Here’s how to enter.
1: Like Frasier Sterling on Facebook and/or follow on Instagram: @frasiersterlingjewelry
2: Venture on over to frasiersterling.com, check out the line, and leave a comment on this post with what your favorite piece or pieces are.
Enter will be announced next Thursday, September 13th. UPDATE: The Winner is AMANDA DUNHAM
Be sure to like Goldfish Kiss and follow on instagram: @goldfish_kiss …I’m not giving you anything for doing this, but I’ll give you a virtual hug.
Bobby Pins. I always lose them, find them on a belt loop a week later, and never can find them when I really need one. I know most of the time the point is to have a bobby pin not show, but yeah they usually do anyways, so why not make it look cool with a l’il touch of boho. Maybe I’ll lose them less frequently
Summer camp memories and embroidery floss to the rescue.
The Beautiful, breezy, baby-soft, boho beach pant. Letarte perfected it.
It’s time for a dainty bracelet beach date.
I never thought a $5 pair of Lee mid-rise jeans from Goodwill, some bleach, sandpaper and Fabric scraps could be the secret to some seriously sweet and easy cutoffs. Oh surprises, they are the spice of life.
So, if you’ve got some time to kill, and money to save. Grab some old jeans, and try out this easy DIY.
DIY Peek a Boo Distressed Cutoffs.
Tools: Old Jeans, Bleach, Old toothbrush, Sandpaper, Fabric scraps, Needle and Thread.