Wednesday, October 29, 2014


Here is a quick recap of some of my #ootd's on instagram @styleaddition.
Follow my account for daily outfit deets and inspiration so you never miss
out while the products are still in stock. :)


Tuesday, October 28, 2014


JCPenny Coat (old) \  Zara Sweater  \  F21 Skirt (DIY) and Bag  \  Express Flats

You know those days when you have the perfect top and shoes you've paired together and can't find a neutral skirt? This is when a gold skirt comes in handy plus it adds a luxe feel to any every day outfit. So, when I saw this gold mini out of the corner of my eye, I grabbed two and had my tailor add it on to increase the length! Of course, soon after shopping online did I find a few modest options. If you crave one you can get 'em sans tailor. Woot, woot.

H&M Necklace and Cube Ring  \  Forever 21 Bracelets

H&M Pearl Ring  \  F21 Geometric Ring

Sunday, October 26, 2014


F21 Jacket (old)  \  H&M Shirt  \  DIY Necklace (Tutorial here)  \  Joe's Skirt  \
  BCBG Wedges (old)  \  DIY Satchel (Tutorial here)

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Preppy Chic

Zara Jacket  \  H&M Top and Shirt  \  Junees Skirt (old)  \  DIY H&M Loafers (tutorial here)  
DIY F21 Satchel (tutorial here)  \  F21 Sunnies  \  DIY Double Pearl Cuff (tutorial here)

Wednesday, October 22, 2014


I love gold gilded anything and wanted to spruce up these patent loafers to add some edge to the
preppiness :) I recently purchased them from H&M. So easy! Read below how you can do the same.


- Loafers (H&M)
- Gold Sheets (I took extras that I had from a previous DIY for a lucite clutch, here)
- Adhesive
- Scissors

Start by measuring the size of the heel against the gold sheet and mark it with a pen. 

Do the same for the middle of the bows then cut your strips.

Now just apply the glue to the heel and place the gold sheet firmly down and do
the same for the bows and your'e done!

Tuesday, October 21, 2014


F21 Coat  \  MarineBlu Top (old)  \  F21 Skirt  \  Asos Pumps  \  DIY Clutch (tutorial here)  

Monday, October 20, 2014


I found these beautiful green iridescent featheres and paired it with this
H&M (before) shimmery peplum top. So pretty!

- Peplum top (H&M)
- Feathered trim
- E6000 adhesive and brush
- Scissors

Start by measuring the trim for the front of the top, one side to the other. (Apply the trim in sections first in front then on the back.) Cut, then apply the glue to the ends and press in place. (Be careful to apply the trim on a flat surface and make sure no material is getting bunched.) I layered three strips on top of another spacing them two inches apart to my desired length. If you want a shorter peplum then two rows will be just fine. Done!

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