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Looking for the perfect summer bag for your upcoming seaside getaway? Ok, even if you are just headed to your local beach, it's definitely time to put away the big heavy leather tote you've been lugging around all winter long. It's summer, girls ... the time for easy, breezy lightweight looks, and that means your bag, too!The Bahia Hobo in honey brown from J. Crew is at the top of our summer must-have list. Made of earthy straw and threaded with colorful grosgrain ribbon, this hobo bag is completely hand-woven. It features a soft leather handle, and is accented with chunky metal hardware. You can fold it and pack it in your suitcase without worrying about it losing it's shape, too! So, whether it's a weekend getaway to the Hamptons, a day at Malibu beach or even just a quick trip to your local farmer's market, the Bahia hobo is the perfect pick!Where to Buy - J. CrewPrice - $39.99Who - Melimeli was the first to add the Bahia Hobo to the Hive.
We're so obsessed with the tactile edginess of industrial jewelry trends that we decided to create an entire DIY post dedicated to replicating some hot hardware styles! These piece are super simple to make and require hardly any work at all.Tired of boring old beads? Just take a stroll down the plumbing isle and you'll find a whole new assortment of unique designer beads in gold, silver and copper tones! Next time you think about hitting up Tiffany & Co reconsider and head for Home Depot! Check out what we made with a few jewelry tools and a whole lot of hardware!Here's what you'll need to make a modern circular necklace:3 washers (donut shaped metal pieces)16 inches of chain3 1/2 ft. metal wireclaspjump ringwire cutterpliersStep 1 - Cut your wire into three equal pieces, and start to wrap on end of the wire around through the center of the washer 3 times. Don't clip the end.Step 2 - Attach another washer by repeating step 1 with the remaining wire still attached. Finish connecting the two by wrapping the wire around the base piece where the wire connects the two washer and clip the end.Step 3 - Repeat step 1, once more so that all three washers are connected. Step 4 - Attach the chain by wrapping your third piece of wire around one end of the washer several times then make a loop through your chain twisting it around the base that connects the two pieces. Clip off any excess wire.Step 5 - Repeat step 4 on the remaining washerStep 6 - Connect your clasp and jump ring and voila!Click on the slideshow for more great DIY Hardware Jewelry ideas!