DIY: Lace Heels

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Step One:
Gather your materials-
-A pair of heels
-Lace
-Glue

Step Two:
Apply glue to the back of the lace.

Step Three:
Stick on the lace. You can even hit it with a hair dryer to speed up the drying process.

Fall Fashion: What Your Wardrobe Needs This Fall

Fall has arrived! Now that the temperature's dropping and the colors are changing it's time to transition back into our autumnal attire! Here are some classic fall fashion tips for anyone.

Layers are your friend.

Whether you're enjoying the October weather in Pennsylvania or California, the weather is pretty fickle. Dress comfortably in layers for if the morning starts out chilly and ends up a bit warmer than you imagined, or vice versa. Cardigans, scarves, tshirts, these complete any really nice layered look.

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Cardigans, Jackets and Vests


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Hats


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Scarves


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Jeans

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Leggings


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Ponchos


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Sweaters


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Flannel

Tshirts


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Tanks or Undershirts


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Statement Jewelry


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Boot Bling

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Have a fancy fall!

Interview with Redneck Don

1. Who is "Redneck Don"? What inspired the "character?" Where are you from?

"Who is "Redneck Don"? Redneck Don is me just a little bit more amplified. Just like me, He loves animals, he loves beer, he loves America, he loves to make people laugh and think, and good country music. He's like a beer drinking camouflage wearing redneck Captain America! He's able to say the things that I Think other people would like to say but for whatever reason don't so that's why I think Folks can relate to him. I'm from Macon, Georgia and I currently reside in the Pacific Northwest"

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2. When did you start using social media? How did it feel to get pretty major?

"I've used social media off and on for quite a while. At the animal shelter I work at, I am the mediaman and handle all social media accounts. Since coming up with the character, I'm on it a lot more now. The more people like what I'm doing the more I'm on their. I Tell the folks all the time as long as I'm getting a laugh or get one person to think I'll keep doing what I'm doing, once that stops I stop. [As for being major] I don't know I don't consider myself pretty major I'm just having fun doing my thing."

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3. What is "Howling with Don" on the Angel Mary & Tennessee Werewolves?

""AMTWs Howling With Redneck Don" is a weekly video I do for Angel Mary in the Tennessee werewolves. It's a little bit of redneck/country wisdom some history on me some life occurrences and the way Redneck Don sees things. Toss in some cold beer and some laughs and you got howling with Redneck Don."

Check out his videos here: Howling With Redneck Don

4. Do you perform in real life as well in any capacity? (stand up comedy, acting, modeling, etc.)

"I used to perform a lot a lot of open mics and MC type things. Now my performance is just my daily life I make folks laugh at the animal shelter or at Walmart or at the beer store. The long-term goal with Angel Mary and the Tennessee werewolves is to open up for them and do shows with them. They saw something in me and have encouraged it, and are promoting me too."

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5. What kind of music do your listen to? Who are your favorite artists?

"I love country music and southern rock. I'm a traditional country music fan I love Waylon Jennings,Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard,Moe Bandy Joe Stampley, Hank Sr, CW McCall etc. some of the newer artist I enjoy listening to are Justin Moore, Jamey Johnson, Eric Church, Ryan Bingham, Hank Williams the third, and Toby Keith."

6. What is your definition of "comfortable?" Redneck Couture is a brand that wants to be both fashionable and comfy. IE you can look fabulous and go for a roll in the mud.

"Comfort to me is something that makes you walk like Clint Eastwood or feel as big as John Wayne. Comfort is individual, some folks are comfortable in suits and ties not me!! Give me a pair of broken bluejeans or pair overalls sleeveless T-shirt or camouflage anything and I've got my Clint Eastwood on!"

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7. A lot of your videos are not only very funny, but they're pretty inspiration in their own ways (whether it inspires a laugh to get through the day or a call to action). What is your favorite bit of advice you have received?

"My favorite bit of advice comes from my grandpa he always said "sweep your own porch first then worry about others" I think the world of be a lot better off if folks swept their own porch."

8. What is the ultimate piece of advice that you have given?

"The best advice I think I've ever given is how I close out all of my Howling with Redneck Don episodes and my live broadcasts "be kind to women be kind to children be kind to the elderly and be kind to animals y'all because that is the right thing to do.""

"I truly love making people laugh and making a difference that's why I work full-time in animal rescue and I'm such an advocate for animals. I Like to be that non-stereo typical redneck.folks look at rednecks and think they're ignorant they're racist or chauvinistic, have no respect for animals. And I just like to show that you can't judge a book by its cover. I mean hell I drive a big jacked up truck with The rebel flag flying off the back antlers on the headache rack and there's usually always a Chihuahua in my front seat next my pitbull! I just love blowing people's minds like that!"

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Thank you so much, Redneck Don, for these awesome insights.

Be sure to check out Redneck Don on IG, Twitter, Vine and YouTube!

The Dos and Don'ts of Summer Fashion

DON'T: Get ripped jeans that are too tight, even in skinny style.
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DO: Wear less makeup. Natural light is great for your skin. With so many outdoor activities, you may find yourself sweating or getting dirty or going swimming and makeup can get messy and complicated real quick. Give your skin a break and go as natural as you feel comfortable with!
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DON'T: Underestimate how cute a t-shirt can be. Pretty and practical.

DO: Add some white lace (tops, dresses, or skirts) to your wardrobe for a fun, cool and fashionable addition.
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DON'T: Choose style over comfort. Yes, it's important to put your best foot forward, but at the same time, you don't want to trip over that very foot. Be cute AND comfortable, but don't make a sacrifice.

DO: Find the right pair of sunglasses for style and protection.
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DON'T: Cuff capri pants. If you want shorts, just wear shorts. 

DO: Go a bit more casual. Many office settings allow a semi-laxed dress code during the summer because of the heat. 

DON'T: Be afraid to show off YOU with your wardrobe choices. Your outfit is a reflection of you, make sure everyone sees it!
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DO: Dress for the weather! Want to wear your white top but it might rain? Save the top for tomorrow when it's sunny, you don't want an involuntary wet t-shirt contest to happen. Layers are also important.

DON'T: Wear something you cannot function in. This goes back to not sacrificing comfort for cute. If you can't walk in heels, don't wear them. 

DO: Try something new! Put some variety into your wardrobe.

DO: Waterproof your boots!
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DIY: Backyard Luau Favors

Step One:
Gather your supplies. (This can total vary depending on what you want to put in there and what your budget is like. These supplies in total would cost about $5 all together, but I bought a couple of things in bulk.)

-tiki hurricane cup
-lei
-mini lotion
-umbrella straw
-nail file
-lip balm
-lip gloss

Step Two:
Pack it in!

DIY: Ripped Tee To Keep Cool! Part 1

Step One:
Gather your supplies
-tshirt
-scissors

Step Two:
Lay out your shirt. Cut a half circle around the base of the shirt.

Step Three:
Place a strip of tape across the top in order to create a line.

Step Four:
TEAR IT UP! This was hard and not very fun to do with a cruddy pair of scissors. If you have a box cutter, Xacto knife or a sharp pair laying around, you'll have a much better time. The idea here is to strip it and tatter the bottom half of it.


Keep Cool!


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Brand Update: Can't Top Us!

New and exciting things are blooming this spring and summer for Redneck Couture from new products to campaigns and of course prep work for vending at all of the hottest country events to see our Fancy Rednecks!

New products!

The Redneck Couture Camo Hat


Perfect for cowgirls and cowboys alike for a sunny day outside. Comfy, classy and for your cranium. Get this cap for just $25.00 http://www.redneckcouture.com/collections/cowgirl/products/camo-hat

Cardigan Couture

This cream colored cardigan is lovely for any kind of weather. Made of a light material that stretches and breathes but cuddles you just right, it is the best fashion statement of comfort. It's also a color and material that goes with literally anything from a skirt to jeans to plaid to leggings and everything in between.  Get this layering must-have for $60.00 http://www.redneckcouture.com/collections/cowgirl/products/hooded-thermal-cardigan

New Bling! We also have added a few members to the Boot Bling family...coming soon!

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The Fashion of the Fancy Redneck

 

Pearls
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Plaid

Denim
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Lace
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Camo
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Floral Print

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Monograms
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Lipstick
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Hats

Tank tops

Football merch
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Bikini top + Denim shorts
 
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Boot Bling

Snarky stylish tees

Statement jewelry
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Infinity scarves
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Braids
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Skirts
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Saddlebag purse
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Confidence

DiY Bleach Graphic Tee

Step One:
Gather your supplies-
-old tshirt
-Clorox Bleach Pen ($3 at Target)
-cardboard square

Step Two:
Put cardboard insert in shirt.

Step Three:
Write or draw your design. Let sit for about ten or fifteen minutes. (this may change depending on what color shirt you have. Shorter time for darker clothing)

Step Four:
Wash the bleach off. Toss the shirt in the dryer or hang it over the shower.

Done!

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DIY Fabric Insert: Shirt

Step One:
Gather your supplies-
-old shirt
-fabric of your choice (instead of buying fabric, I used a pair of new boxers that came in a pack that my boyfriend didn't like!)
-iron on hem tape or web
-scissors

Step Two:
Draw on your shape. Cut it out.

Step Three:
Insert your fabric. Cut along the edges on the inside. Use your hem tape or web to attach the fabric to the inside of the shirt.

Done!