LOLZ AT MY TRIANGLE TAN LINES >.<
Skirt: New Look
I saw it in my wardrobe the other day & I remembered how much I loved the sweetheart neckline & thought it would be a waste if I didn’t DIY it in some way or another. Anyway, I took my trusty scissors to it, a new zip & a bit of trim later it was transformed it into a lovely new bustier top!
I am really happy with how it has turned out & I am going to get so much more wear out of it now its a top rather than a dress.
What do you think? Did you like it better as a dress or do you prefer my DIY?
Speak soon <3
Those are some strange tan lines you have there haha!! I love how you wore this and how you covered the edge with lace.ReplyDelete
love the lace trim, beautiful!ReplyDelete
another great DIY, WHY YOU SO GOOD AT IT! hahahReplyDelete
Love the lace trim
I love it! Definitely prefer your diy! xReplyDelete
Great DIY, the lace really makes it! xReplyDelete
Definitely prefer it as a bustier - not a huge fan of those spiky bits on the skirt either ;) your DIYs are amazing, keep on doing them!!ReplyDelete
lush! I've been seeing your tweets about diy's and have been waiting for them- this is amazing! much better as a bustier, plus like you say you'll get loads more wear out of it.ReplyDelete
pretty outfit <3 xxxReplyDelete
I like the DIY better. I'm not into whole "denim" outfits i.e the dress. Except for dungarees and stuff but that's different.ReplyDelete
In short yes, DIY ftw.
Love your DIY posts, looks lovely too!ReplyDelete
that looks so good!ReplyDelete
Much prefer the DIY version.. :)ReplyDelete
oh wow it looks sooo good! deffo loving it as a bustier! you're so creative, amazinggg!! X X XReplyDelete
Wow! It looks great as a bustier :)ReplyDelete
oh i like. such a good diy tip. I really like the lace trim you added xReplyDelete
Looks so much better!ReplyDelete
Lovin' the crochet at the bottom.
I wish I had inspiration when it comes to clothes I never wear!
it looks fantastic! really nice on you! :)ReplyDelete
brilliant diy, love the little lace trim you've added too xxReplyDelete
You've done such a good job, looks much better as a bustier than a dress and I love the trim. Might start taking the scissors to some of my old clothes.ReplyDelete
amazing diy!! youre so talented!ReplyDelete
What a clever idea! It looks really nice too :)ReplyDelete
Definitely prefer the DIY - it looks SO lovely! Really great idea. :) xoxoReplyDelete
Such a good idea- it looks amazing! xxReplyDelete
this is beautiful babe such a good idea xxxReplyDelete
i adore your outfit! its so gorgeous,especially the bustier type thing is so versatile.ReplyDelete
so glad ive found this blog its so me!
that is such a good idea and you did it so well! I also have strange tan lines! xxReplyDelete
that skirt is gorgeous xxxReplyDelete
thats brilliant! looks really well I definitely prefer it this way and lace ads this really nice touch to it! well done ;)ReplyDelete
Ah props to you! I would never have known that was DIY if you hadn't of said! It looks great, well done!ReplyDelete
Lois, -Good Wear Day-
defiantly prefer the DIYReplyDelete
personally don't really like that skirt bit either - it looks soo much better the way you've styled it!
It looks very beautiful on you!ReplyDelete
i really like your blog - i am now following :)
Much prefer the DIY! It looks gorgeous on you!ReplyDelete
Love your DIY posts, you always inspire me to do something arty crafty!
amazing idea! wanna come customize my wardrobe? ;)ReplyDelete
Your DIY's inspire me so much!ReplyDelete
so cute! your hair is gorgeous btw! xxReplyDelete
Ah been a month without internet and catching up on blogger.ReplyDelete
This is easily my favourite blog. Now for me to get back into the swing of things...
I loved this dress and I prefer what you did with it! Clever and creative... although I could never pull it off. Lovely =)
Damn I missed the internet!
This is really pretty...great style, love your blog :)ReplyDelete
this is fab, excellent idea. The lace trim is so adorable.ReplyDelete
Fab idea!! Love the lace trim too xxReplyDelete