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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

DIY- Fur Vest





Here's a quick DIY post showing you how I made the fur vest I sported in Ayala Museum about a week ago.

That fur is actually a part of a skirt that I got from my thrifting expedition. Here's how it looks like.





The skirt is something I know I can't sport but the fur is what caught my eye.





So I cut that part of the skirt. I took a little bit of the moss green fabric because I know it would look awesome on the vest I'm going to attach it to. It also serves as my sewing allowance.





Here's a photo of a plain vest I have stored in my closet for years.





A closer look at the fabric.





After some handstiching...voila!!!





What you'll need:
1. A pair of scissors
2. Thread and needle

It didn't require too much effort but the outcome was exceptional don't you think? So next time you go thrift shopping don't judge those costume looking fur skirts. You might find a use for it. =)

I hope you like DIYs because I plan on posting more soon. Ciao for now loves! I'll do an outfit post sporting this for sure.

20 comments:

  1. wowww! This is a great idea!!!!

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  2. great idea, thanks for sharing :)

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  3. but what a fabulous idea darling! love the result!
    kiss,mary
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  4. That's so cool! Great DIY project, Aie!

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  5. What a cool DIY!
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  6. Ang cool naman nito dear!

    Thanks for sharing. Will look forward to more DIYs from you! :)

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  7. I love doing DIYs too! Galing ng pagka-sew mo nung fur on the vest. Wouldn't have known it was handsewn! ;)

    Megann
    STYLE SURGERY

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  9. Wow!! :) Great DIY, Aie! Galing!! :">

    Xoxo,
    Arnie
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  10. Creative and cute:)
    xo xo
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  11. Bongga! Parang ang dali lang. Wait aral muna ako ng running stitch! Hehe :) Miss you Aie!

    hearts,
    Melai of Style and Soul

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  12. wow that's a super creative DIY project.. great job on that :D

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  13. Makahanap na nga din ng pwedeng ma-DIY sa closet. Na-inspire ako. :)) Cool!


    xx, Kaze.
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  14. Nice job!
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  15. Nice job!
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