{follower} 50 Fashion Blogs to Follow on Instagram

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· 9to5 Chic

· Atlantic-Pacific

· Bag Snob

· BellaSugar

· Bryan Boy

· The Budget Babe

· Business of Fashion

· College Fashion

· Could I Have That

· The Coveteur

· Cupcakes and Cashmere

· The Cut

· DailyCandy

· FabSugar

· FashionEtc

· Fashion Indie

· Fashion Is Spinach

· Fashionista

· Fashionologie

· Fashiontoast

· Gala Darling

· The Glamourai

· Glisters and Blisters

· Glitter Guide

· Her Waise Choice

· Honestly…WTF

· HuffPostStyle

· HypeBeast

· Independent Fashion Bloggers

· Into The Gloss

· Le Fashion

· Man Repeller

· Nicolette Mason

· Posh Glam

· P.S. I Made This

· Refinery 29

· The Sartorialist

· ShopStyle

· Song of Style

· SHEfinds

· StyleBakery

· Style Bistro

· Stylecaster

· This Is Glamorous

· The Trend Diaries

· Wendy’s Lookbook

· What I Wore

· Who What Wear

· xoJane

· The Zoe Report

Lineup Courtesy of Racked.com.

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{how to} DIY metallic beaded cuff

If you haven’t already checked out Erica Domesek’s blog – P.S. I Made This , it is worth a click thru. About half of the DIYs are unrealistic and require a solid commitment to changing an item in your wardrobe (example – spray painting a pair of black heels for a pop of color) but the other half are easy and really fun ideas.

Recently, she posted a DIY metallic beaded bracelet that I thought worth sharing. Enjoy- and good luck!

To create: 

Start with a colored  bead and tie to one end of elastic thread as a “stopper”.  String on an even number of gold and silver pony beads that measure to the circumference of your wrist.  Start the 2nd row by adding another bead and stringing it through the second-to-last bead in the 1st row. Add another bead and string through every other bead of the previous row as you create your 3rd row.  Continue this process until the cuff meets desired length, pulling tight as you go.  Once you’re  finished- connect by sewing the two ends to each other and tie the string to the “stopper” bead with a knot and then trim off the “stopper” bead.