Autumn Brights & DIY Autumn head wreath

(dress- Threadsence similar here, cord leggings- Gap, cardigan- old J.Crew similar here and here, head wreath- DIY, boots- old Frye similar here, watch- Michael Kors, friendship bracelts- Forever 21, earrings- Vintage, chain necklace- J.Crew similar here, dream catcher- Forever 21 similar here)
Photos by David Le Brun

For Thanksgiving I was definitely inspired by Autumn brights instead of the standard earthy, neutrals.  I absolutely love this Aztec print knit tunic from Threadsence.  I can tell it will come in handy all year long.
The warm colors in this outfit felt very festive and cheerful which is exactly what I was going for.

DIY Autumn Head Wreath
This DIY head wreath seriously could not be any easier!
I knew I really wanted a head garland for Thanksgiving--I wanted to feel like a forest Autumn wood fairy! 
I didn't have a lot of time so I went to Michaels and bought some decorative wire garland already made.
Since it had wire in it already this was the fastest DIY ever.

 I simply measured the strand of garland around my head and cut the wire the length it would fit around my head.
Then I took the ends of the wire and twisted each side around each other.
Then voila! You have a head garland.
In the future when I have more time I will definitely add more pieces to the garland.
Or you can start from scratch with wire, then add pieces along the garland of your choice.

Check back later today for a DIY on floral Mason Jar center pieces.
xo









5 comments:

Emily, Ruby Slipper Journeys said...

I LOVE all these colours and patterns together! And that wreath is a gorgeous headpiece!

Danielle | Things She Made said...

VERY pretty post J :)

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jennie going west said...

i've decided i'm obsessed and want those leggings. think gap still has them??

Amanda Weiss said...

Love all the fun colors! You wear them well girl! LOVE LOVE LOVE!

Fashionista Fuera de la Ciudad said...

Awww you look adorable! And the flowers are beautiful for this fall! Thanks for share your talent! xoxo