Now before you go and start thinking that I've gone off the deep end, hear me out — faux fur clutches are having a moment, so why not a feather boa clutch as well? Hey, I'm an equal opportunity DIY-er. Plus I figured that Electric Circus dancers of days yore would be proud, so that's got to count for something. If you want to get the fur clutch look but on another level, here's what you'll need!

SUPPLIES: CLUTCH | MINI FEATHER BOA (AVAILABLE AT MICHAELS) | E-6000 GLUE
 
TIME: 15 MINUTES (1 HOUR DRY TIME) | DIFFICULTY RATING: EASY
 
I picked up this fold-over clutch at Chapter's on super sale ($10!), and I think the feather boa strips cost about that at Michael's (I needed two to cover one side of the clutch). The hardest part of this DIY was deciding on a colour — I seriously debated between neon pink and green for a good 10 minutes in-store. Anyway, using a strong glue, adhere the boa to the clutch, making sure to cover any gaps or sparse bits. Let it dry fully, and you're done! Way easy, bro.

 
Photos by Adventures in Fashion + Ashley Antonio