Outfit of the Week

I got the idea to pair a bib necklace with this shirt when I saw this one with a great Peter Pan collar. Then I…


I got the idea to pair a bib necklace with this shirt when I saw this one with a great Peter Pan collar. Then I decided to make a bib necklace. Nothing is simple, I tell ya!

Top: Forever 21
Jeans: Target
Shoes: Thrift Store
Bib Necklace: I made it with this tutorial. Adapted a little, of course!

You can see other bib necklaces I’ve made here and here (This is my fave-made it with my Grandma’s old costume jewelry!)

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