DIY

Armor in pink


This is a DIY I did few days before. The shirt is my mom’s old and she gave it to me years ago cause it had shrank when washed. I liked the color but the shape was boring. So I decided to do something.


I made holes in it, this is the back side. The holes are verticle cause I had seen it done by a friend of Rumi, I think. Don’t really remember.

I don’t yet know if I’m gonna make the holes bigger or how I’m gonna wear it. Or if I even color or paint on it.

Project goes on.


The final product of the moment.
Juliet
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Winner of the 2008 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund, Alexander Wang, who has a taste for shredded denim and deconstructed tops, has oddly been paired with wrap-dress designer and CFDA President Diane von Furstenberg as his mentor for one year.
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26 thoughts on “Armor in pink

  1. Clever idea. I’m always scared to cut stuff up. I have some skinny stonewash jeans that would look totally Balmain if I cut them up a bit but I’m too afraid.

  2. the deconstruction is very interesting, it looks like an expensive pull you could easily find at net-a-porter. I am looking forward to seeing the final result;)

  3. I’d be really interested to see how this looks on… fabulous im sure. I have a tendancy to cut clothes up, but its alwyas very impulsive so the results look good but are superficial. As i tend to go very fast with a pair of nail scissors, no measuring or hemming is used, so after a while these reconstructed pieces seem to ladder which is sad! With the cold weather at the mo though, i want to wear things that are snug and cover well and no rips in sight! Such as perfect fit tees (kstreet) cashmere/angora oversized cardies and thick warm socks… lush!

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