DIY: Embellished Neckline
Happy New Year! I hope you all enjoyed the Holidays. I took a two week hiatus and enjoyed every second of it. I retreated to my parents house in Texas with the goal of doing absolutely nothing. Mission accomplished! I slept in, ate everything within a 2 mile radius of my mouth. It was wonderful and didn’t put on make up for two weeks! Most importantly I spent quality time with my family. I watched football with my Dad, taught my godson how to ride a bike and I went shopping with my Mom. Shopping is my Mom’s idea of quality time. I had to laugh at how much my Mom’s style has rubbed off on me over the years. She takes glitz and glam to the extreme. Everything she owns is embellished with stones, metallic or just plane fancy. This post was inspired and dedicated to my Moms…
Use the plyers to remove the findings from the necklace. I purchased this necklace from Charlotte Russe for less than $10.
Now you might be thinking, “Why doesn’t she just wear that necklace when she wears that dress?” Sometimes the necklaces just do lay the way I want them to on the neckline of my dresses. When you embellish the neckline it sits there perfectly.
I paired this newly embellished dress with a pair of cowboy boots (too much time in Texas) and a classic Dooney and Bourke bag. While helping my Mom clean out her closet (by helping I mean going through and taking clothes I wanted) I came across her collection of Dooney’s! Did you guys own a Dooney back in the day? Clearly my Mom collected them like trading cards, but I’m thankful for that. This year I’ll be adding a few of the D&B classics to my wardrobe!