I still have a couple of posts to finish off my Anniversary Dinner series (see the first three posts here, here and here) but I thought I’d break it up a bit with an easy designer DIY. I first saw these on Kim Kardashian last year and they come from a collaboration line she did with Pascal Mouwad for the Belle Noel Jewelry line. I decided to shorten the chain mostly because I have shorter hair but also because I felt like hers hung way too low. I also liked the idea of shortening the strands of chain because then you can wear it a ton of different ways. You can wear it like it’s shown above, wear it with your hair totally down or throw your hair up in a bun and wear it underneath for a chic surprise! I love this because it makes the simplest of hairstyles look really cool! If you want to purchase my DIY of these designer ponytail chains, just head over to my Etsy Shop! Click here to see my inspiration and get the DIY tutorial!
I’ve been making these for a couple of months now, but I wanted to wait to do my Designer DIY post until I had made all the styles. I love, love, love the headpieces in Nicole Richie’s fashion line, House of Harlow 1960. There are a lot of them and they range in cost… starting at $165 for the plain chain ones and all the way up to $485 for the coin one. I made all five of these for under 10$! Before we get into things, let me just say that I know these aren’t for everyone… people either love or hate them. I get stopped all the time when we’re out asking where I bought mine (which is always a great compliment!) but I know there’s equally as many people who think they’re silly (my dad being the biggest culprit!). I happen to love them, I think they’re chic and a unique way to accessorize and since you’re the one making them, you know no one else will have anything like it! If you’re not crafty or you don’t have the time, you can by these headpieces from my etsy shop! Click here to see the inspiration and learn how to make them!