DIY and OOTD: INDEPENDENT Day

I’m still celebrating this wonderful 4th of July weekend. These past two days have been full of favor and fabulousness. My cousin came to visit me and we both definitely had a blast celebrating our independence in the streets of Los Angeles. We ate tacos and drank margaritas, went to brunch, went shopping and viewed eye candy. We also had a chance to catch up and enjoy each other’s company. My cousin is unfortunately already headed back to Sacramento. After all the activities and fireworks from last night, I am using today for relaxation and blog posting.

This past weekend was the most I had been outside in LA since the beginning of COVID. I was ready to step on the scene with some fashion ensembles. This weekend’s theme was centered around bandanas and always self-love. I had purchased this cute off-the-shoulder bandana print top online a few years back and I strategically waited for the perfect time and outfit to make its debut. After securing the matching bandana print bag, by a Black owned designer. I came up with the idea to make bandana print shoes as well to complete the outfit. The project was super easy to complete, so I decided to share my DIY with you.

DIY instructions and details on my outfit below

Materials

  • Scissors

INDEPENDENT DAY D.I.Y.

Outfit Details

DIY Shoes

Shirts: 1. Black/ White- The Hanger (purchase similar here)

2. Popsicle- Akira (purchase similar here)

Jeans: KUT from the Kloth

Bag: Brandon Blackwood (purchase here)

Nails: Custom nails by Wunder Nails (contact here)

Bandana-ed down

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