09 10

DIY Edgy Shoulder Pads

+First step add studs+
*a special shape for shoulder pads
 Done!!

I used for this project: Black cardigan + studs 
+ Raglan Shoulder pads
Hope you like my little project! Off to cook some Thai food! Latersss!



63 comentarios:

  1. You are amazing! I really need to get some studs, though I'm afraid I would just stud everything!

    Carmen Ri.

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  2. Yes Carmen! It's basically what I'm doing!!haha xxx

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  3. me encanta.... te trasladaste completamente al pasado...

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  4. I'm all over strong shoulder
    so my thing!
    adored!
    love lvoe xx

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  5. I'm obsessed by studs!!!Love this little project.See you tomorrow!

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  6. clever, the jacket looks so much more edgy now.

    mongs
    mythriftycloset.blogspot.com

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  7. I have a dress with studs and shoulder pads in my wardrobe!ha..ha.;-)

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  8. Hey there!Awesome post! I loved this project! I just wanted to tell ask where did you got those high waisted jeans?

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  9. Amazing, you have always great ideas!

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  10. Me encanta y me gustaría intentarlo en una chaqueta vaquera. Proyectos post operatorios, jejejejej
    besos
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  11. So cool!! Loved it!! I need studs!! =P


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  12. Eeeee that looks amazing!.
    -x

    http://makeupmeow.blogspot.com

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  13. im hungry !
    your new shoulders,
    and thai food note
    make me really hungry!

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  14. what a studded difference! i like how well the red lips look with the navy & white. with the lips, without the lips. with the lips..

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  15. Excellent Victoria. I love the look on you!

    Loulou

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  16. Another excellent DIY!! :) If you don’t mind me asking, what program do you use to create the gif images?

    Thanks,
    Karina

    beachanddress.blogspot.com

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  17. I really loved this nice edgy DIY post! ;)

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  18. I LOVE IT. These are fierce, girl! What a great idea.

    http://www.glamkittenslitterbox.com/
    Twitter: @GlamKitten88

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  19. just came across your blog and literally i'm in love with it. great posts

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  20. it looks amazing! awesome diy post! xx

    http://loretta-blog.blogspot.com/

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  21. i love your blog. great vibe.
    would love it if youd check out mine and follow me back if you like it!

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  22. Oh I adore this!

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  23. Amazing DIY!
    Great blog, soooo inspiring!
    Following! Follow back? <3

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  24. Looks great! I think because you didn't go crazy with the studs that it looks edgier and classier.

    Also, looking at your previous photos, you are an amazing photographer!

    WEMAKEPLANS

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  25. Good idea, I should try it too, love the result! U rock ! ;)

    http://mymymode.com

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  26. I love your blog!! U always look amazing!!

    I follow you!! xoxo

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  27. Haha! The GIF image is real fun and you're so creative. Instead of text, photos. Oh yeah!

    :)

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  28. Amazing jacket!! I love it!!
    http://outfitdeluxe.blogspot.com/2011/11/sweater-love.html

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  29. You so go there - love it - 80s licious x

    http://fashionandfrank.blogspot.com/

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  30. love what you did!! these gifs are awesome! :D

    katslovefashion.blogspot.com

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  31. Yo hice lo mismo hace un tiempo con una chaqueta negra, pero no encontré tachas por lo que debí usar mostacillas, o pelotitas doradas (las nombro de ambas maneras porque no se con qué otro nombre podrías conocerlas); el tema es que yo pensando que era la más cool del mundo salí a la calle y todos me miraban como la discípula perdida de Michael Jackson.

    Una lástima que ya estoy llena de días soleados y sería imposible llevarla a la calle nuevamente :(

    Que tengas un bonito viernes.
    Ánimo con tu pelo, que ya crecerá y estará beeeello!

    Nos vemos!

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  32. Studding things is so much fun!! I love that first gif too, you must know some magical stud fairies :D came out amazing!
    xxxxx

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  33. Cool idea! I might try it one day ;)

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  34. This looks great. I love those .gifs.

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  35. Love all the awesome fashion ideas!!! I'm totally getting some studs. Love it :) Have a great day!

    xo Emma

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  36. you are awesome!what a easy DIY:) i love your style♥

    xx

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  37. You make your DIYs seem so EASY! I would have no idea how to add studs to something, but it does do so much to change a garment. Cool studded blazer you have now!

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  38. looks amazing, fab DIY!! Hoped you enjoyed the thai food :) Besos xx

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  39. love this! the gifs make it so easy to understand aswell :)

    ♥mollie from musicandmollie

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  40. Me encantan tus DIY.
    Consigues que todo parezca sencillo ;).

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  41. it's amazing how a simple touch can make all the diference :)

    http://behindcatiseyes.blogspot.com/

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  42. I love the studs on the shoulder! It looks so badass. I love the structure of the shoulder pads.

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  43. eres un genio :O y me encantan tus gifs!

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  44. You can totally use your shoulders as a self-defense weapon if anyone ever tries to attack you!
    But yes, that sushi maker thing is the best. I recommend it; it'll take you to Sushilandia (Disneyland for Sushi makers in Spanish)!

    Beijão!

    eusouperlinha.blogspot.com

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  45. such a great way to make a simple black cardigan edgy! gorgeous! xx

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  46. Love this post, simply a brilliant DIY prject!

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  47. Such a great DIY! I actually saw something like this on a blazer while watching Real Housewives of BH and took photos so I could DIY one. Love that you made this on a cardi!

    xx Kara
    Sprinkles in Springs

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  48. I asked to my father to send me here in Liverpool some old clothes, and straight away i will order some DIY material for customize all that! I love your new cardigan!! I got so much of those shoulder pads because of all those second hand shop clothes that I bought, I may still your idea!

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  49. Love the idea! I'm definitely going to attempt to do this on some of my old blazers! You're very talented and your blog is very inspiring!

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