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this month’s Common Creativ post gives a twist to a Dark & Stormy and instructions on how to give new life to your old denim!
simply put: switched out the rum for tequila and added some juicy fruit 
thanks Scott for doing a fabulous job of modeling!
-his shades are made from recycled skateboards, made here in Atlanta
as many bloggers out there are sporting ombre’d shorts and trying the technique at home it wasn’t hard to find tutorials explaining the process. i found that many ladies were just dipping them into the bleach then trying to give a fade manually. going back to my days of tie-dying i thought using rubberbands would give a nice fade effect and as it turns does! 
it was quite easy, read about it on CommonCreativ in further detail!

sidenote: on CC i used orange dye around the top of the ones shown above, later i rebleached…dyed them a denim color and then redyed. i just wasn’t TOTALLY in love with the yellowish look and therefore kept changing it up until i got it exactly how i wanted and now i have a “new” pair of shorts i love!

don’t be afraid to experiment, you never know.. one step could take you to another step which could lead to a delightfully wild outcome!

top: UO, kicks: Sam Edelman, shades: AA

if you are an Atlanta blogger, i’m looking forward to seeing you tonight at the Atlanta Style Bloggers one-year Anniversary Party at Whiskey Blue! 

if you are an Atlanta local, i hope to run into this weekend during the Dragoncon festivities, i’ll be with Indiana Jones!

happy almost weekend,

the weekender

two new pieces here:
the shorts i picked up at UO recently when on a search for comfy bottoms, and what a success-the print is everything this mix-n-matching girl could ask for! also the picnic basket that doubles as a cooler is new and it’s already come in handy with this weekend’s Alabama road trip!
other outfit details: top: Urban Renewal, sunnies: vintage, hat: H&M, sandals: (very old) UO
officially feeling like its Summer with 100 degree temperatures, bbqs, fireworks and lake floatage-
Happy 4th of July!