Valentine's Day Cards For Everyone


Valentines Day is the perfect time to celebrate the people we love. You don’t have to be in a relationship to enjoy this special day. Why not use this occasion as an excuse to tell your friends and family how much you love them? Above are 6 beautiful card options to inspire you. All can be purchased  here and here. If you’re a creative person who loves arts and crafts, making your own V-Day cards is a great way to add a personal touch. This is my favorite option, because it allows you the freedom to customize each card for your loved ones.Need some ideas before you get started? Check out this DIY Valentines Day card tutorial.

Strapped for time and money? No worries! These FREE printable Valentine's Day cards are easy and adorable.

So what are you waiting for, make a list of people you love and start crafting a meaningful card that is sure to brighten their day!

Happy Styling!


DIY Perfume Tray


Trays are a life saver for me. They take items that look jumbled and miraculously make them look organized and pretty. Trays however can get a little pricey especially when you use them as much as I do! Thats why I love going to thrift stores to purchase them. Thrift stores are excellent for bargain hunting! All you need in order to be successful at thrifting is an open mind, patience, and a creative eye. I always look at objects and imagine them a different color. I found this tray that was totally not my style but, I knew the shape would work for my bedroom if it was painted white.


I snatched it up for $1.50 and whipped out my trusty white spray paint and this is what I got... (drumroll).



This turned out to be the PERFECT tray! I wanted something simple, white and girly that I could display my perfume and jewelry on. All I did was clean the tray, sand it, and spray it with 3 coats of white spray paint. It was ready to use in no time!

Style, whether it's clothing or home decor is attainable on any budget. Just as we express our unique personalities through our clothing we can do it through our style at home and we don't have to go broke doing it. I find diy's at times to be more fun then going out and buying a brand new item. Re-purposing something is like putting your own individual stamp on it.

What are some of  YOUR favorite DIY projects? Let us know in the comments below. For more thrifted finds click here.


Happy Styling,


{photos and styling by: Rebekah Miura}

Valentine's Day Gift Ideas


Valentine's Day is just around the corner. Whether you are in need of a gift for a friend, parent, or loved one we have 5 tried and true options for you to choose from. Let the gift giving begin! In our opinion you can't go wrong with a bouquet of flowers. Florals are pretty, cheery, and most importantly easy to find!  Flowers can be found at your local supermarket, floral shop, and even online. If you are up for a little diy action you can create your own customized floral arrangement and vase. Here is a cute option to get your creative wheels turning.

The next gift may seem obvious, but it is often forgotten. The CARD! It is the perfect companion to every gift. It is the icing on the cake that allows you to share a meaningful message with the recipient. Just like flowers, they are easy to find. You can grab one at the store. Or if you are a diy-er, you could make one like this or this at home.

Candles are an indulgent every girl loves. Add a bouquet of flowers to the picture and you have a match made in heaven! Diptyque candles are about as heavenly as you can get when it comes to candles. They do come with a hefty price tag however, more affordable options can be found at places like Target and TJ Max.

Jewelry can seem like an overwhelming option when looking for a gift. However, personalized jewelry takes the guesswork out and narrows down the selection. Nordstrom has an excellent inventory of monogrammed bracelets, necklaces and earrings. Etsy is also a  great option for finding personalized jewelry.

Nothing says Valentine’s day like candy! Just about everyone we know has a sweet tooth. Whether store bought or home made, you can’t go wrong with candy! Who wouldn't be happy to receive this or this for a gift?!

We hope we helped take the guesswork out of finding the perfect Valentine's Day gift. Keep it simple yet thoughtful.

Happy gift giving!



The Modern Manicure


I remember when french manicures were "the thing" to do. Picking out polish at the nail salon was simple... pink and white! Fast forward to the present and we have a gazillion nail colors to choose from. The color of your nails have become as important as the color of shoes you wear! With nail art in the spotlight, the traditional pink and white manicure is taking a back row seat and creative color combinations are stealing the show. I decided to ditch my comfort zone and take a risk with the "modern manicure." I chose this gold and black combination. Surprisingly, I really like it! It has to be paired with the right outfit for it to work. But, it is a look that I would actually wear on occasion.IMG_9720

To achieve this look I used Essie's Good As Gold and OPI's Black Onyx. I love both of these nail polishes combined and on their own. All you need to do is apply 1-2  coats of gold and then apply the black polish to the tips.


So there you go, the "modern manicure!" I am looking forward to trying a few different color combinations. I think the next look will be a sheer, milky white nail with gold tips. What would you suggest?! Let me know what you have tried or what you would recommend for colors in the comments below. I look forward to hearing from you!

Happy Styling, Rebekah

DIY Chevron Knuckle Ring


Knuckle rings are a trend that I am absolutely LOVING right now! I have been seeing them all over Etsy and Pinterest. Recently, I was just about to pull the trigger on ordering some, when the thought crossed my mind, “why don’t you just make them yourself!” So…off to Michaels I went! Today, I am going to show you how simple it is to make these fun chevron knuckle rings. The supplies: 1. Wire cutters 2. Thin wire (16 or 18 gauge wire seems to work well)


Start by cutting off about 2-3 inches of wire.


Take the wire and bend it into a point. You can start off using your fingers to shape the wire into a chevron pattern.


You can also use the end of your wire cutters to help reinforce the shape.


Next place the wire on your finger at the height that you want it.


Wrap the wire around your finger and twist together.


You can use the end of your wire cutters to help mold them together. Be careful with the edges of the wire, they can be sharp. You can sand them down a bit with a nail filer to take off the sharp edges.


And you are finished!

Article by: Rebekah Miura Pictures by: Reagan Miura