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There's only one reason why we'd ever want to add more time to our daily bundling, and that's to make sure our scarves are tied securely enough so they won't fly off mid-commute. And, hey, if they end up making us look like a Swedish blogger on her way to Stockholm Fashion Week? Show us the steps!
Aptly called "The Stockholm," this wrap style from
How to Tie a Scarf: 33 Styles
is one of our favorites — a twisted, super-cozy, infinity-scarf style tie that makes your basic loop-'n'-pull-through look like child's play. It's simple enough, though it takes some concentration the first time around, but we guarantee it's worth the practice. And, just so you don't get it twisted (or do), pick up a copy of the book here to see the other 32 DIYs, including styles made for silk summer scarves, those to replace your camera straps, and more.
As much as we'd all like to live in open lofts with massive layouts (scenic views included), that's not the reality. Our apartments have funny angles and nooks. Sound familiar? The windows aren't all that big, either. But, most of our furniture is nonnegotiable. We need somewhere to sit and watch TV.
Our not-so-secret secret is that we expect most, if not all, of our products to work double-duty. Cheek stain doubles as lip pigment, and brown eyeshadow helps fill in our brows. But, there's one tube in our makeup bags that could do so much more: concealer.
What we normally slather onto zits and undereye circles has read