Chloe + Isabel Jewelry: Holiday Collection

So as you all may know from my October 14th post, I am a Merchandiser for an amazing and socially-innovative jewelry brand called Chloe + Isabel that sells jewelry online through a merchandiser’s personal boutique, or through at-home trunk shows.  To recap, the brand centers around “The Friendship Philosophy” – that everyone knows a “Chloe” and an “Isabel.”  Chloe represents the part of us that is always in search of the hottest jewelry trends, while Isabel represents the part of us that loves classic, timeless pieces.  These two different sides of us are mirrored within the unique jewelry collections as well.

But today I’m super excited to share with you the launch of Chloe + Isabel’s brand new holiday collection!  The collection was just launched this past week and I am in love with so many of the amazing new pieces.  The holiday collection includes numerous brand new pieces, as well as color updates for old pieces, and so many pieces that would be perfect for gifts.  Below, I’ve shared some of my favorites from the collection.

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Crystal Brûlée Collection

The collection I am, without a doubt, the most excited about is the Crystal Brûlée collection because it best embodies my own personal style.  The pieces contain many beautiful colors including pink, brown, lavender, taupe, and gold.  They are all gorgeous and perfect for the holiday season.

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New Pieces & Updated Colors

The holiday collection includes many exciting new pieces, as well as many exciting new color updates of old pieces.  New pieces include feathers, chandelier earrings, chains, and chunky leather cuffs and wrap bracelets, all in rich holiday hues.  The rhinestones of the Fall collection pieces have been updated to include deep, saturated colors that are perfect for the holidays.

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Great Gifts

Some of my favorite new additions to the Chloe + Isabel line are the collection of precious pendant necklaces.  All with their own unique personality, and priced between 38 and 50 dollars, they would make amazing gifts for almost any girl on your holiday shopping list.  Here are only three examples of the pendant necklaces available to purchase…but there are over 20 to choose from!

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What do you think about the Chloe + Isabel Holiday Collection?  Which piece is your favorite?  As always, if you have any comments or questions about the jewelry collection, please feel free to leave them in the comments below.  And if you wish to find out more information about purchasing jewelry, hosting a trunk show (either remotely or on location), or becoming a Chloe + Isabel merchandiser, please feel free to comment below or visit my online boutique at !

Outfit Inspiration: Sequins

Today is Black Friday, which means the holiday season is officially upon us!  With the numerous holiday festivities coming up in the next month, and New Year’s Eve parties following not far behind them, the clothing sold in stores starts to almost instantly become super sparkly in various shades of gold, silver, black, and other rich holiday hues.  And I personally have been obsessed with sequins lately!  Everything with sparkle (from dresses and skirts, to tops and shoes) has been catching my eye lately… you’d think I was a bird being attracted to so many shiny objects.

And with good reason too: sparkles and sequins are perfect for the holiday season!  Obviously, they can easily be dressed up for parties and other similar occasions; but when paired with a chunky knit and cozy tights or leggings, sequin pieces can be dressed down a little bit too for everyday wear.  Today, I’ve styled two outfits that center around sequin pieces: one with a sequin top, and one with a sequin bottom.

Outfit #1: Bright and Edgy

This outfit is perfect for a party or a night out on the town!  The royal blue pumps and the teal beaded bracelet draw from the colors in the super unique sequin tank.  But the best part of having a multicolor piece is having the ability to pull multiple color schemes from it to create multiple looks.  Choosing blue creates this edgier look; but choosing purple would make the look appear more feminine.  I kept the rest of the accessories black in order to prevent chaos within the outfit, but I love how the chunky stones in both the bracelet and the earrings contribute to the edgy vibe even more.

Outfit #2: Neutrals with a Pop of Color

There are honestly few colors that I adore more than pink and champagne!  This outfit combines the two in a perfectly girly, party-ready look.  The light, neutral tone of the blouse and the skirt make the neon pink accessories stand out even more (but they would still look great against other neutrals such as black, brown, or even white).  And, seriously, how perfect is this statement-making headband from!  I couldn’t be more pleased with the spunk and vivaciousness that it adds to this outfit!  I kept the jewelry really simple here, with a set of gorgeous gold bangles, so as not to take away from the impact that any of the other pieces are making.

What’s your favorite way to wear sequins: on the top or on the bottom of your outfit?  What items of clothing do you prefer to mix and match them with to create perfect party-ready looks?  Share your thoughts and ideas in the comments below!

Monochromatic Outfits

Later this evening, I have a sorority event to attend to which I am required to wear all black…with not a speck of any other color.  This same event, with this same dress code, happens every semester and I am always trying to figure out new ways to wear this same all-black ensemble, while keeping it fashionable and flattering.  This predicament is what inspired me to write a post about monochromatic outfits today!

Black is an easy monochromatic color scheme to pull off, and is usually really flattering since it makes us look so thin.  But wearing an outfit in any one color scheme can be really flattering as well.  Generally speaking, monochromatic outfits make you look taller and leaner.  Back in 2010, one of my favorite blogs, College Fashion, did an article about wearing a monochromatic outfit.  Their tips included choosing pieces with contrast within the same color scheme (such as lavender and darker purple like my outfit below), creating contrast with various textures, and staying away from shades that are too similar (so you don’t look mismatched).  You can read the full article here.

So let’s get started!  Here are 2 easy outfits to put together to rock the monochromatic outfit trend:

Outfit #1: Black

Gap Perfect Shirt in True Black, $49.95. Anthropologie Lily Mineral Necklace in Grey, $38.00. J. Crew Tippi Sweater in Black, $79.50. Charlotte Russe Pointed Toe Color Block Pump in Black Combo, $30.00. ASOS Mini Skirt in All Over Sequins in Black, $26.39.


The pieces in this black outfit are all so versatile and can be worn for so many different occasions.  The black collared shirt and the crewneck black sweater are, by themselves, super basic; but when the sweater is layered over the collared shirt, it creates a preppy vibe that perfectly contrasts and dresses down the sequin mini skirt.  I added pops of light grey to the outfit with the ombre necklace (which can be worn as a collar necklace underneath the collar of the shirt) and the color-block pumps.  You could also substitute the ombre necklace for my DIY Beaded Collar Necklace for a fun, trendy vibe.

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Outfit #2: Purple


Purple is one of my all-time favorite colors!  I love how rich and royal it is when it’s a dark hue, and how girly it is when it’s lighter.  I also love how the color seems to be perfect for each and every season.  This outfit is simple and casual.  The pearls on the lavender sweater and the vintage-y earrings give the look a girly vibe, while the super skinny jeans in a much bolder color give the outfit a punch and keep it from looking too precious.  A nude shoe is the colorful outfit’s savior – they keep it from getting too mismatched and don’t distract from the focal pieces in the look.  These would be a great buy for any fashion-forward gal…especially for only 17 bucks!

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Have you ever worn a monochromatic outfit?  What’s your favorite color to make a monochromatic outfit with?  Do you have any additional tips for making this trend work for you?  Share any pictures, ideas, tips, or comments below!

3 Great Outfits to Wear on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is officially one week from today!  Of course, we’re all excited about getting to eat a delicious meal with all of our closest family members and friends; but before all the thanks can be given, a much bigger question must be answered: “What will I wear on this beloved holiday?”  No matter what your plans are for Turkey Day, the perfect outfit must be found.  Below, I’ve picked out three outfits that will not only make you look really amazing and totally fashionable, but keep you comfortable all day long (no one wants to have a full belly in an uncomfortable outfit)!  And they’d all be easy to pack in your suitcase if you’re heading out of town.  Read on!

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Outfit #1: Dress and Tights


This first outfit would be perfect for a slightly more formal Thanksgiving gathering.  While we all love an excuse to get dressed up – and this look’s dress, playful tights, and ladylike earrings certainly achieve that – the cardigan sweater and loafer flats keep the look casual and easily transferable for multiple occasions.

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Outfit #2: Pretty and Polished


This outfit is also ready for any occasion your holiday may have in store.  The warm cognac and gold colors in this look perfectly complement the colors of the season.  Warm up a silky blouse with soft, comfortable corduroy skinny pants and top the look off with studded flats and a statement cuff for the perfect combination of edgy and girly.

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Outfit #3: Comfy and Casual

AEO Colorblock Loop Scarf in Berry, $29.95. ShoeDazzle Lassoed Bootie, $39.95. Do Me a Solid Top in Plum, $14.99. American Eagle Jegging in Soft Rinse Indigo- Super Stretch, $44.95.


Casual occasions are definitely not an excuse to lie around in your sweatpants all day!  To keep your sense of fashion in tact for a casual Thanksgiving, liven up a pair of dark skinny jeans with a basic tee shirt in a rich, Fall color.  Then top it off with a cozy scarf and Western-inspired boots in a similar color scheme.  You’ll definitely be thankful for how comfortable and chic you’ll be!

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How are you spending your Thanksgiving holiday this year?  What fashionable outfit do you plan on putting on for the big day?  Share your ideas in the comments below, or Tweet them to me: @katelynduggan !

Outfit Inspiration: Black Tee Dress

I don’t think there’s any item of clothing (except for a white tee shirt and jeans, of course) that’s much more versatile than a Little Black Dress.  They come in every style, shape, silhouette, and fabric imaginable, making them perfect for almost any occasion imaginable.  One of my particular favorite types of dresses is the tee dress.  I find them to be super flattering for most body types, literally as comfortable as a tee shirt, and wearable in every season.


This dress from Forever 21 was my inspiration for the two outfits in this post.  I love how it is so easily dressed up and dressed down.  And since it’s a neutral color, it can be styled in thousands, or maybe even millions, of other ways too.  And it retails for less than 11 dollars!  Seriously…what more do I need to say?

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Outfit #1: Casual


This casual outfit is perfect for Fall!  The cozy sweater and the coordinating tights will keep you warm during the chilly Fall months, while the accents of shiny silver from the bib necklace and the oxfords keep the outfit looking polished and pulled together.  I can totally see myself wearing this outfit to class, to a sorority event, or out shopping on the weekend.

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Outfit #2: Dressed Up


This outfit proves that the tee dress can be party-ready just as easily as it can be weekend-ready!  I am obsessed with the colors in this gorgeous scarf from Target, a steal for less than 15 bucks!  The cobalt-colored blazer and the bright yellow pumps really accentuate those particular colors from the scarf.  But honestly, you could wear any of the colors from the scarf with this dress; whichever ones you choose will bring out those particular colors in the scarf, for a whole new look.  I kept the jewelry really simple here, since there are so many focal pieces in the rest of the outfit.

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What do you think of the looks I’ve styled?  How would you wear your tee dress in the Fall/Winter?  Share your thoughts and ideas in the comments below!

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Outfit Inspiration: White Tee Shirt and Jeans

There isn’t a more classic outfit than a white tee shirt and a dark pair of jeans.  The combination is the epitome of comfy and casual.  However, in my opinion, it is probably one of the most boring outfits known to man.  Luckily, a white tee shirt and jeans can be spruced up in a million different ways!  The outfit can, of course, be worn casual with tennis shoes, flats, boots, scarves, jewelry, sweaters, or really any item of clothing imaginable.  The combination can also be dressed up a bit with heels, blazers, anything with sequins on it, and many other pieces.

I used the following white tee shirt and jeans for all of my outfits:

Tresics Women’s Crew Neck Cap Sleeve Tee in White, $9.99. American Eagle Skinny Jean in Tinted Rinse- Super Stretch, $44.95.

I absolutely love both of these basic items.  This tee shirt is available from Scheels, which sounds like a weird store to buy fashionable clothes from but trust me…the tees are very soft, fit amazingly, and are of good quality.  These jeans from American Eagle are also great.  I love their jeans because they fit well, keep their shape and hold up nicely over time, and are usually pre-shrunk.  I find that they are a little stiff when you first get them, but persevere and keep wearing them, because you will love them in a month or two!

Here are just three of my favorite ways to add interest to a white tee shirt and jeans.

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Outfit #1: Casual

In the fall and winter, boots are my favorite thing to wear!  I love how they pull together an outfit and make you feel cozy and look chic all at the same time.  Pairing a white tee shirt and jeans with boots and a cozy scarf, and topping the whole outfit off with a headband and a chunky bracelet creates the perfect outfit.  This outfit would be great for school, a Saturday afternoon movie date, running errands, or going out to lunch.  I even wore an outfit just like this one out to a bar last night!

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Outfit #2: Hitting the Town

Many times when I go out, I am torn between dressing formally and dressing casually.  I love that this outfit meshes the two options seamlessly together.  I am obsessed with this sequin blazer from American Eagle – it is quite a find for only 50 bucks!  The white tee shirt and jeans definitely dress down the blazer, while the heels and layered necklaces dress it up.  I can see this outfit being worn on New Year’s Eve, to a nightclub, or for a more formal dinner date with someone special.

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Outfit #3: Girly

I don’t know about anyone else, but I am one of the girly-est girls you will ever meet!  And I love looking the part too.  This sweet, pale pink peplum blazer is the perfect contrast to the dark skinny jeans.  Pair with flats, girly earrings, and a pearl headband and you’re ready to have a girl’s night out, attend a lunch date, or grab drinks with the boyfriend/fiance/husband!  But honestly, this outfit is versatile enough to fit in with the dress code for any occasion!

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Which of these looks is your favorite?  What is your favorite way to style a white tee shirt and jeans?  Share in the comments below!

Everyday Runway: Christian Dior, Georgio Armani Privé

I love fashion shows!  Unfortunately, I have not had the pleasure of attending one yet (hopefully someday!) but when I view pictures from the fashion shows of the hottest designers, I can’t help but to be inspired.  I have also not had the pleasure of ever being able to afford anything straight off the runway (maybe someday…) so I look to my favorite moderately-priced brands to help me create looks that are similar to those from the runways.

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Christian Dior Fall 2012 Haute Couture

This outfit is so perfect for fall and winter.  The voluminous peplum top, which are so hot right now, creates such great contrast with the straight-legged trousers.  The collar necklace adds just the right amount of sparkle to the all-black outfit.  I think this look is perfect for a holiday party, but could be equally perfect for the office with the addition of a cropped cardigan or blazer.

Sources: Top, Jeans, Necklace, and Heels

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Georgio Armani Privé Fall 2012 Haute Couture

This look is the epitome of chic.  I absolutely love the color combination of pale blue and black, and the combination of textures.  Personally, it reminds me of a tuxedo – an extremely elegant, ladylike tuxedo.  While the actual look would be perfect for more formal occasions, my look is much more casual and very office-appropriate.

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What was your favorite designer runway show from Fall 2012?  How do the runways inspire your everyday looks?  Please share your thoughts in the comments below!

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Homemade Chain, Lace, and Beads Necklace

Today I hit a serious roadblock.  I have been doing so many do-it-yourself projects and brainstorming so many ideas for this blog lately, that I think my creative juices crapped out on me a little!  I could have easily headed to a craft store, my favorite one in town being Joann Fabrics, and let my imagination wander up and down each aisle with me.  However, this is not exactly the most viable solution for a broke college girl like myself.  So after a late-night ice cream run with my amazing boyfriend James, I got home and got down to brainstorming.

What I created came entirely out of my pre-existing basket of crafting supplies.  But despite this minor setback, this necklace might be one of my favorite pieces I’ve made so far!

You will need:

  • About 25 inches of jewelry chain (mine is leftover from Blair Waldorf’s Headband DIY), but of course you can use more or less depending on how long or short you want your necklace to be
  • A length of ribbon twice as long as your jewelry chain (approximately 50 inches)
  • Various beads (I used three different colors of pearl beads and some 1 1/4- inch long velvet beads)
  • 1 bow, brooch, flower pin, or whatever else you want to use as the centerpiece of your necklace (I used lace ribbon that I tied in a simple bow)

Step 1: Thread your ribbon through the first chain link of your necklace, leaving about 6 inches free at the end to tie the necklace on.

Step 2: Tie a knot around that first chain link so the ribbon is secured to the end.

Step 3: Begin threading the ribbon through each chain link, going through one side of the second chain link and back through the opposite side of the third chain link.  Your necklace should begin to look like the picture above.

Step 4: Half the fun of this project is developing your own unique pattern for where you want your beads and centerpiece to be on the necklace.  I personally did 5 chain links with just ribbon, and then began alternating colors of pearls and incorporating velvet beads.  After the 5 links without beads, my pattern ended up like this:

1 pearl – 1 link with no bead – 1 pearl – 1 link with no bead – 1 pearl – 1 link with no bead – 1 velvet bead – 1 link with no bead

I repeated this pattern until the necklace was complete and ended with another 5 chain links without beads.  I also left space for the bow about one-third of the way from the beginning of the necklace, and incorporated that into my pattern.

If you have beads that are too small to be strung onto the ribbon, like my pearl beads were, it’s really simple to just sew them onto the ribbon where you’d like them.  To do that, I used a needle and matching white thread.  Thread the needle up through the back of the ribbon leaving about 2 inches of thread behind it, add the bead, and thread the needle back through the top of the ribbon.  I took off the needle, trimmed the thread to about 2 inches, and tied the two 2-inch threads in a triple knot on the back of the ribbon, securing the bead to the front of the ribbon.  The picture above gives you a pretty good visual of how this works.  It’s really simple!

Step 5: Continue threading your ribbon through and beading until you reach the last chain link.  Tie another knot to secure this end of the necklace, leaving another 6 inches to tie around your neck.  Lastly, I used a BIC lighter (but be super careful, and don’t get too close to the ribbon with the flame!) to ever-so-slightly melt the ends of my ribbon, ensuring that they won’t fray as I wear my new necklace.

Now you’re set to hit the streets in homemade style!  How will you wear your new necklace?  What is your favorite thing you’ve ever crafted using only the supplies you already had on hand?  Share your thoughts and creative ideas in the comment section!

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DIY Crochet Braid Headband

To pay tribute to my obsessive love for headbands once again, and to one of the hottest colors of the season, I decided to crochet an adorable dark burgundy braided headband.  I’m super excited about this DIY project for a few reasons.  First, it was really easy to make.  I finished it before I went to work yesterday in only about 2 hours, even with the distraction of my television.  Second, the color.  I have been obsessed with this oxblood/burgundy/wine color this season, so incorporating it into one of my other favorite obsessions (headbands) only makes it better.  Third, I wore it yesterday to work and it actually seemed to keep my head surprisingly cozy and warm while I was wearing it.  Talk about working overtime!  So let’s get started…

You will need:

  • Burgundy yarn (but, of course you can use any color you’d like)
  • 5-6″ of elastic
  • Crochet hook
  • Needle, thread, and scissors

Step 1: This DIY requires a basic knowledge of crocheting.  I will try my best to explain how to crochet, but if my directions don’t make sense (I’m sorry!), doing a simple Google search on how to crochet will give you a good idea on how to start.  Begin by tying a small double knot to form a small loop in your yarn, leaving a 2-inch tail of yarn at the end.  Bring your crochet hook up through the loop.

Step 2: Wrap the yarn around the crochet hook like in the picture above.  Pull your crochet hook down, capturing the yarn as you go, and pull both the crochet hook and the yarn down through the loop.  Slightly tighten the loop you just made, and repeat.  (Again, sorry if this is confusing…!  Feel free to ask for any clarification you may need in the comments section!)

Step 3: Continue crocheting until you have a length long enough to fit around your head, plus about 1 inch.  Remove the crochet hook from your last loop, flip the length upside down so you can crochet back on what you just did.  Each section of the braid should be a 2-row crocheted piece.  When you have reached the end of your second row, cut the end, leaving another 2-inch tail at the end.  Loop the tail end through the last crochet loop and tighten.  Tie the beginning tail and the ending tail together in a normal double-knot to secure.  This is your first braid section!

Step 4: When you have three braid sections, line them up so that the three ends without tails are side-by-side.  Cut a spare piece of yarn from your skein and string it through the tips of the braid pieces.  On mine, there was one loop on each piece of the braid that prominently stuck out, so I used this to my advantage and strung the yarn through those.

Step 5: Tie this yarn together tight so it binds all three braid pieces together at the top.

Step 6: Begin braiding!  Make sure your braid is neat and lies pretty flat.  You don’t want your headband to be too bulky when it’s sitting on your head.  When you reach the end, find a neat, comfortable way to tie the ends together so that none of the braid pieces fall out and the headband can still sit flat on your head.

Step 7: Measure a piece of elastic that will allow the headband to fit all the way around your head.  Because the elastic will stretch, it’s a good idea to use about 1 inch less elastic than you originally measure.  Using your needle and thread, sew the elastic to the inside ends of each side of the headband.  Make sure to go back and forth along the elastic so it’s really secure.  Trim any excess threads, and you’re ready to wear your cozy crocheted headband!

Are you going to try this easy DIY?  Share your ideas for it in the comments below, and let me know what you think!

DIY Beaded Collar Necklace

Collar necklaces are popping up everywhere!  They are a great way to add interest, some sparkle, and an eye-catching detail to your outfit.  Teen Vogue has a great slideshow on 10 Ways to Wear Cute Collar Necklaces, and St. Louis Magazine has a Q&A article called “Ask Kate: How to Wear Collar Necklaces” that gives good tips on what to wear your collar necklaces with.

Collar necklaces are definitely a trendy item, one that you probably won’t want to spend a ton of money on, because who knows how long they’ll stick around.  You can easily make your own using fabric and beads you have in your stash already (or purchase these items for almost nothing at craft stores).  You can customize my DIY to be any color, size, or style you want.  If you are still searching for a perfect accessory to match a certain dress or top, it would be so easy to customize this design to match it!

You will need:

  • 1/4 yard black cotton fabric
  • An assortment of black and grey rhinestones and beads
  • 1 yard of black ribbon (you might want to use more or less than this, depending on how long you want your necklace and how much extra ribbon you want at the ends)
  • Collar necklace pattern (mine is adapted from The Plum Verbena Statement Collar Necklace Pattern)
  • Black thread, a needle, and a sewing machine
  • Hot glue
  • Scissors, pins, etc.

Step 1: Print out the PDF file of the pattern and, with a pencil, extend the lines of the pattern so that they are about the size of the picture above.  From pointed tip to pointed tip, my pattern measures approximately 4 1/2″ and approximately 2 7/8″ across the widest part of the middle.  I made the pattern larger only to accommodate for seam allowances.

Step 2: Pin or tape the pattern to the black fabric.  Carefully cut around the borders of the paper.  Repeat this step until you have 4 half moon-shaped pieces.

Step 3: Pin two of the pieces of fabric together, and repeat for the final two pieces of fabric.  Sew along the outer edges of the fabric, but be sure to stop sewing about an inch from where you began sewing.  This opening will allow you to turn the pieces right-side out when you are done.

Step 4: Turn the two pieces right-side out and iron the seams flat around all of the edges.  Tuck the raw ends of the fabric inside and, using a needle and thread, sew the opening closed by hand.  Your pieces should be completely finished and look like the picture above when you’re done!

Step 5: Lay out a pattern that you like with your various rhinestones and beads.  You can mark them if you like, but I found no need to.  I placed my rhinestones and beads in the pattern I was happy with on both pieces of the fabric, so they were mirrors of each other.  I used the second pattern as a guide while I was sewing the first one.  When the first one was complete, I was free to use that as my guide while I sewed the second one!

Step 6: Sew (and/or hot glue) the rhinestones and beads onto the fabric.  Some of the rhinestones I chose did not have holes in them, making it impossible to sew them.  These were the ones I hot glued on instead.  Repeat this step for the second piece of fabric.

Step 7: Sew the two pieces together at the corners where they will meet on the necklace (the bottom tips of the half moons) using the needle and thread.  Lay the ribbon on the back of the necklace and hot glue into place.  If you look at the picture above, the way I originally glued the ribbon on caused it to lay at an awkward angle for tying the necklace on, so I fixed this by folding and hot gluing the ribbon so they lied more like this:

…A much less-awkward way to tie the necklace on!

Step 8: Wear!  Here is the completed necklace:

What do you think?  Are you embracing the collar necklace trend this season?  Tell me your thoughts in the comments below!

Katelyn Duggan

My name is Katelyn Duggan and I am a senior at the University of Nevada, Reno. My major is in business management and I am interested in pursuing a career in the fashion industry after I graduate in the spring. I am passionate about all things related to the world of fashion, and am looking forward to inspiring my readers to be creative and excited about fashion, as I am!


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