New Victoria Secret Kaleidoscope Sexy HOT Beaded Jeweled Sequin Monokini Swimsuit - $79.99 : 2K2D-Online
by Ida Hsiang
Summer is here and that means sunny days, long balmy nights, no school, family vacations and swimsuit season! Many of us, however, have mixed feelings towards the infamous 'swimsuit season' with an emotion that hovers somewhere between excitement and dread. We've all been working hard to try and get our bodies into tip-top shape and ready to flaunt in teeny-tiny swimsuits, but perhaps you're not quite there yet, or the idea of strutting your stuff in a skimpy two-piece is just more than you want to bare. No worries! With shapely one-pieces and sexy monokinis, you can show off just what you're comfortable with while hiding the parts that are still undergoing a little fine tuning! Plus, when it comes to swimwear and our wallets both, more is less! Check out our fave pics for flattering one-pieces and monokinis at $100 or less!
It doesn't take much to get StyleHive editors excited about spring jewelry trends! With sexy fringe in the spotlight of must-have accessories, we've combined a new tasseled texture to DIY!This tribal meets tassel necklace, inspired by Kenneth Jay Lane, will freshen up any outfit and make a statement when you walk in the door at your next soiree. Long, narrow beads like the ones we used for our wooden fringe necklace can be found at any bead store. From stones like turquoise to metal, and wood, this simple necklace lets you try out different materials and colors for a truly unique and customizable project! Here's what you'll need -- strand of your favorite narrow shaped beads- 10 inches of beading wire- 12 inches of gold chain- ScissorsStep 1 -Tie a double knot at one end of the beading wire, leaving a 1-2 inch excess.Step 2 - Cut the strand of beads to let them loose, and start beading them through your wire. Step 3 - Bead about 7 inches and loop the end of the wire through the gold chain, double knot the wire and cut off the excess.Step 3 - With the other end of the beaded strand repeat step 3, tying the wire to the chain. Next time your feeling the accessory blues try out this DIY pick me up!