This summer’s dressed-down dress code is all about the shortall trend.  Do your denim a favor by adding some colorful flair for yourself and the little ones in your life! We're excited to team up with Old Navy for a DIY that lets fashionistas get crafty with colorful vibes. Five of our favorite mommy bloggers have been challenged to show us how they customize their Old Navy basics with materials from our coveted craft closet. Stay tuned to see how Lady & Prince,  Cakies,  Ivory LaneHither and Thither, and Ramshackle Glam personalize their gear- we’re PSyched!   To create: Trim one end of a friendship bracelet with scissors. Place a piece of permanent fabric tape along the back of the bracelet; trim off any excess tape. Peel the back of the fabric fuse then place carefully along the strap of your shortalls. Repeat to the other strap. Tack down with a few stitches for extra security. Create fun embroidered moments with a needle and embroidery thread. Stitch in the shape of X’s, triangles, arrows and stars. Add wrapped accents around the seams of the pocket and belt loops to tie in all the embroidered moments.

Blog Spotlight: Emily Jackson - Ivory Lane

This 24-year-old fashion blogger from Utah was recently named Users’ Choice Winner in Vanity Fair’s International Best-Dressed Challenge.

And it was definitely well earned.

Ivory Lane (Emily’s blog) is successful for a number of reasons, ranging from the incorporation of her Instagram, Vimeo and Pinterest pages to her personal stories about her husband and two-year-old daughter.

She even offers personal styling to her followers, transforming her blog from a monotonous one-way form of communication to a refreshing two-way stream of fashion talk.