Thursday, February 5, 2009

DIY - studded vest



Salut to everyone.Comment ca va? I hope you are all doing well. Me personally I want finally spring. I just can't stand winter (anymore). When I woke up this morning our garden was all over white. Luckily the snow is gone by now but it's still f*cking cold outside.

Well now to more pleasing stuff. My latest DIY-project was inspired by all the great gold studded things that were loitering around lately. I couldn't find anything I liked so I ordered a few Hotfix studs on ebay, ironed them on this little black vest (H&M Divided) et voilà j'était fini...

Do you like it?

See you soon!

Mimi

45 comments:

Jessica said...

This vest is wonderful !I love it!!!

Raquel said...

it became pretty cute! but also simple! love it.
xx

Rosanna said...

super cute!!!

xoxo
www.littlemissdressup.com

Rosanna said...

super cute!!!

xoxo
www.littlemissdressup.com

I Like Stuff said...

Adorable! I just bought some pyramid studs myself, and I don't know what to do with them! This is a great idea.

Petra said...

Ooh fun! It looks gorgeous, well done!

xx

FASHintuitION said...

That's a great idea, and it came out beautiful!
BJS *keep it stylish*

Silvana said...

Thanks!! but no, I am not this, I'm not sure but I think it's Cory..

nice blog!
xxx

Hippiegirl said...

yes i really like it :)

Isabell said...

trés jolie :-*

Cathy Voyage said...

Lovely DIY! I really like it!

Trendy Gourmandise said...

so cute

The Seeker said...

WOW what a great DIY, love the vest

xoxo

♥ fashion chalet said...

I love how the vest came out!! Thanks for your comment (hAHA my video!) =]

xxx

fashionMonger said...

great JOB!!!!

Vintage Tea said...

Yes! Its really good. Well done

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x

Dewi said...

That looks so nice!
You have a great style also!
x

Laroux said...

I want that waistcoat - great DIY action!

x

Ambroisine said...

This studded vest looks really nice :)

Fashion Moment said...

Oh la la, it's beautiful!

FM

The Stiletto Effect said...

This vest is adorable! I really like it :)
Kisses
Su

Bella said...

You did a fantastic job! xxx

Becca Jane said...

I love this! It looks so great - I love that the studs are so little - they are just enough to make the vest extra special

holly said...

nice vest!
great blog too, thanks for the comment (:

filthy lust said...

ohh nice work

TEFIMELON said...

CUTE!!!!!!!


OH, I LOVE SNOW!!!!

Jen (MahaloFashion) said...

Oh that is so fabulous, you did an amazing job. I've been meaning to do some DIY projects but I never seem to be able to find the time. Hopefully I will soon and share them. Hope you post new ones soon xx

bare.peppermint.fashions said...

thank you for your comment! i love this studded vest. i really need some diy skills. every time i see someone do a project it always turns out great. i love it. :)

Nadine said...

Das sieht wirklich toll aus :).

Molly Gray // Flavia M. said...

I love it!. great blog.

Raquel said...

thanks honey :)
xx

saray said...

nice idea..

kaitlyn said...

love the vest, you have a great blog!

xoxo
kaitlyn
http://drrtylaundry.blogspot.com

miss M said...

I love your vest, so rock'n'roll chic

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businessiscasual said...

Super cute. I'm doing my own DIY studded motorcycle jacket. It's taking forever but I'm so excited about it.

Madame Dior said...

awesome! i need to start a DIY project to keep me busy, this looks amazing =]

Tereza Š. said...

wow, great job!

www.StatementsofFashion.wordpress.com said...

I have a luv hate relationship with vests. But I do love your creativity!

TeeEmCee said...

Very nice - quite subtle too. Good work
S-R

sa said...

I love it ! Very creative ! That's actually really cool Thanks.

laura said...

This type vests were used for fairly formal occasions, and were always suitable for a workplace environment. Because they are so warm, they are good for sports fans who are sitting in the cold for hours, watching the game. Sports marketers have even been marketing these vests with logos of favorite teams for this very purpose.


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