Scrunchies have always been one of my favorite hair accessories, and I’m so happy to see them in style again! This is a super simple and stylish accessory, and they hold your hair in place better than any elastic hair tie. They are also a great stocking stuffer to give this holiday!
Fabric of your choice
Sewing machine with thread to match your fabric
1. Cut a rectangle of fabric for the scrunchie. Cut the fabric 45 x 10 mm. You can adjust the width length depending on how thin or thick you want your scrunchie to look.
2. Fold the rectangle in half lengthways. Stitch the end of your fabric together with a 0.5 cm seam, or allow the edge of the foot on the sewing machine to line up with the edge of your rectangle.
3. Turn the tube right-side out. You may need to use a pencil to help push all of the fabric through.
4. Cut a piece of elastic about 14 cm long. Thread it through the tube and tie a knot. The fabric should naturally scrunch around the elastic. Turn the raw edges of the tube under and hand stitch all the way around the edge to close your scrunchie.
We’ve been keeping this under wraps for a while now, but we are now published!! You can now find this DIY embroidered jacket in the Top of the Pops magazine, (on the Insta-glam page) which you can purchase the current issue here. Inspired by our love of all things embroidered, I purchased some vintage floral patches and sewed them onto an old denim jacket of mine. You can find a similar one here. You can play with sewing on a few patches to accent your jacket, or like I did sew a bunch of your favorites on the back of jacket.
Try sewing your patches on a pair of jeans, shorts, or a skirt to fit and customize to your own style. Below I’ve listed links to some more patches that I love.
Other Fun Patches: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Jacket: BDG Denim Jacket
Patches: F&S local fabric store
This time of year its especially hard to know what kind of shoe to wear. Even though it’s the middle of October and I feel like by now I should be walking out the door with a cute pair of booties on, its still sooo hot outside. I’ve been mostly wearing my sandals lately, and sneakers a little here and there, but here’s a nice inbetween shoe that combines a little of fall and summer.
Shop these shoes here at urbanoutfitters
Here are some of my favorite fall outfits from Reformation. Check out these outfits here.
As New York Fashion Week is coming to an end, I am still so obsessed with the Delpozo 2016 spring line. Designer Josep Font’s dreamy pastel collection graced the runway at the show. Here are some of my favorites so you can see for yourself!