April 7, 2016

Fuller House DJ's Wardrobe Part I

I grew up watching Full House. I absolutely loved that show. It's been 21 years since its final episode. So, when I heard there was going to be a reboot of the show, I was super excited and it was one of the biggest reasons I jumped on the Netflix bandwagon. I know, I know, it took me quite a few years to finally join, but I did it and I have no regrets.

I am finally in the year 2016, before Netflix, I had no idea what was going on out there. I hadn't watch a TV show in years because I decided a long time ago to cut my cable. Long story. I will share that on another day, but back to Full House. The reboot, Fuller House, airs exclusively on Netflix and I have binge watching them all in the past week or so and absolutely love it. It's really a sweet show.

I was amazed how they all just fit right back into their former roles. Candace Cameron-Bure, who plays DJ and Jodie Sweetin, who plays Stephanie, have really stood out in regards to their acting, and not to mention, their amazing on-set wardrobe. While, I typically wear what "Stephanie's" character wears, I have been loving "DJ's" outfits.

Here is part I of my some of favorite outfits she has been wearing in the first part of the season.

Episode 1:

In the first episode of Fuller House, DJ wears a two piece Jonathan Simkhai Colorblock cropped top and skirt.

And in one of the very first scenes in the first episode she carries this beautiful tan Clare V.  Messenger bag.

Episode 2:

Denim Top (Similar) |  Boots

In episode 2 of Fuller House, DJ wears a tucked in denim top, gray washed skinny jeans and black ankle boots and simple red necklace. This is something I would definitely wear.
Other similar denim tops include: Bella Dahl Denim Top

And her hair is just perfect isn't it? I have to do a post just on her a hair alone one of these days!

Episode 3:

In episode 3, DJ wears this cute mini lace romper, it's a bit too short for me, but if you have rock'n legs like Candace does I would say go for it. You can always cover up the top half with a fitted black blazer.  Unfortunately, this one is sold out everywhere, but there are a few similar ones:

Episode 4:

In episode 4, DJ wears my absolute favorite look, when she wears this awesome denim Bella Dahl Open Back Halter Dress with brown Via Spiga Brandina Gladiator Sandals and a Clare V. navy bag. As soon as I saw this outfit, I knew I needed to have it. It looks comfortable, yet so chic. They really nailed this whole ensemble. While the sandals and bag are still available, the dress is sold out everyone, but I found a few look-a-likes:

Episode 5:

In this episode, DJ wears a few cute outfits, like this Narciso Rodriguez Colorblock dress (unfortunately is sold out) but I really loved this Clare V. Moyen Messenger bag, which is still available.

Episode 6:

Sweater (similar) | Necklace | Boots 

This is one of my favorite outfits because of the cut of the sweater and the contrasting necklace, paired with skinny jeans and these cute Rag & Bone gray ankle boots, and these Cole Haan booties look exactly like it at half the price.

The navy blue sweater contrasts beautifully with the pink and white howlite necklace. The collar necklace DJ wears is from Bauble Bar and is currently sold out, however, Bauble Bar has a waitlist you can sign up for, here: http://www.baublebar.com/howlite-botanica-collar-necklace.html

So that is Part I of my little wardrobe series of the first few episodes of Fuller House, stay tuned for Part II, with more awesome outfits DJ has worn on the show.

April 5, 2016

Revoking Authorization on Apps in Instagram

As some of you might know, during the day I work in the tech field, so when I am not crafting, taking photos, baking, or in the Taekwondo dojo, I am behind a computer.

And once an a while I will share some tech advice here.

Recently, I was looking for a quick app to repost instagram photos. I found the top three that were free and had great reviews, but when I downloaded the apps they seemed "sketchy", so I wanted to remove them from my device as soon as possible. However, even if you remove an app from your mobile device, that does not mean that you have revoked its authorization to access your content.

In order to full revoke access from an app you installed you will need to do the following:

  1. Visit: https://instagram.com/accounts/manage_access
  2. Login with your Instagram account.
  3. And select 'Revoke Access' on the apps you did not install or would like to revoke access to.

And that's it. Now you can remove the app from your mobile device if you had not done so.