hmm.. wonderful websites would be craftster.org, craftzine, burda style, and etsy.posted almost 5 years ago
holy crap- those are heavy duty DIY haha good job!
uhmm im pretty lame… i dont go much past swapping buttons and taking out super 80’s shoulderpads from thrift stuff.
i put some tassels on my riding boots so they would look like the gucci fall collection haha
i will stop and ope for you that more fashion designers see this and help you out.
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Cutoutandkeep.net is pretty cool, I did an Anthropologie inspired bag off there and I love it, plus they have a few other cute tutorials and projects for inspiration.
this is the tutorial:
this is my version:
I pimped my own short today (: http://www.chictopia.com/photo/show/686910-DIY+Short-blue-shorts check it out (:posted over 1 year ago
I’ve turned maxis into fishtails, and cut off jeans into shorts, and I’ve also made a peplum top. My next DIy though is to turn an ordinary shirt into a tie front shirt. :)posted over 1 year ago
aww, the link doesn’t work :(
Anyway, I love adding studs to clothes, bleaching and/or dyeing clothes, etc.
You can alter plain t-shirts so many different ways!
Lately I’ve been trying to make stuff like this:posted over 1 year ago
My favorite ever DIY that I’ve done is: http://sweet-verbena.blogspot.com/2011/07/boho-maxi-dress-tutorial.html
Some of the sites I’ve booked marked are:
definitely collars! I took one of my boyfriend’s shirts, took the measurements, and reproduced it in black, white, ivory… and then I glued some pearls, pieces of leather on it for diffenrent stylings. see my chicblog, I have worn them on some of my pictures.
I also love doing my own dresses, or little clutches.
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i have also seen many guys wearing cool t shirts with collar (polo t-shirts). they look nice… i personally like polo t-shirts. http://www.bigtimeteez.composted over 1 year ago
I love making ombre and distressed shorts. I usually find my tutorials on Youtube.posted 10 months ago