09 10

DIY/ Ombre Top


This is the simplest DIY in the history of simple DIY's! The only thing you need is a t-shirt any colour and a bucket where to put the bleach so you can deep your t-shirt in the same way you deep your Doritos in salsa!
I think it adds a bit more character and also a simple t-shirt can be transformed in one of the latest trends at the moment. You know that trend? The trend of bleaching and dying all your old clothes!Of course, Ha!


45 comentarios:

  1. AMAZING!
    And I love your crown... makes me HAPPY

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  2. I did that to a skirt, now I want to use FABRIC DYE of DYLON but don't work.
    I put the skirt, today, for the second time. You have some tips to tell me? Please?

    Kisses

    www.omeueularanja.blogspot.com

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    1. I haven't tried Fabric DYE before to be honest, so I don't really know what to suggest. I think if you look for videos in youtube you can find how do do anything :)

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  3. Cuando digo que soy adicta a tu blog es porque es ciertoooo.... apenas veo un nuevo post aqui me tienes!! jajaa... es cierto que es super fácil y queda genial...

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  4. So cool! Hopefully this DIY will work better than my white jeans did... Sigh...

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  5. hahahaha great picks! so funny :)

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  6. Me da panico la lejia... pero he de admitir que ayuda a crear cosas super chulas.

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  7. These pictures are so cute! I've been meaning to ombre a few shirts for a while now, going to have to get the bleach out soon :) xx

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  8. k chulas las fotos! me encantan! y la camiseta te ha quedado genial!
    bsos
    Raquel

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  9. this looks so cool! I really want to try it xxx

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  10. Te sigo desde ya mismo! Muchas gracias por tu comentario, tienes un blog genial!

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  11. Easy with excellent results = win. Love your happy crown!

    xo Loulou

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  12. jaja super diver pics!!
    HAPPY! esa es la actitud!! ;)

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  13. very happy !!! and fun. will definitely try this...going thrift shopping tomorrow i think :) x thanks for all the inspiration

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  14. what a good idea! super loving ombré at the moment!

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  15. looking good victoria! did you make the happy crown? so cute. nice DIY. :)

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  16. Quise decir: Buenisimo!!!! Jaaja

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  17. Creo que voy a intentarlo... espero no acabar haciendo una trastada! jajajaja
    Love your happy crown :)

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  18. super like!!!! It looks fun and cute!

    Happy Easter Victoria!
    xxx
    Hang

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    1. me encanta sobre todo k algo tan facil tiene tan gran effecto!
      un beso mary

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  19. I love this - great result! I remember tie dye-ing shirts back in my teens but they never turned out this good!

    Emma xo
    www.fluffandfripperies.com

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  20. I love the look, es tan faaacil! xx

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  21. Amaizing!! we love it. It´s so fresh! Congrats!!

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  22. The hat is seriously sooooooooo adorable <3

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  23. So easy even I might have a go.. Paha! Love your style.

    HELen

    pierrelecat

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  24. Love that crop t-shirt!
    http://silviasdailycloset.blogspot.com.es/

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  25. Ugh I JUST gave away the perfect plain colored t-shirt to try this with! Oh well, this cool DIY merits a trip to the thrift store to try it out :D

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  26. LOVE IT! I really have to try that as well :D greets from hamburg, germany!

    http://petersthimble.blogspot.com

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  27. LOVE it! and that crown!
    i'm going to have to try that soon.
    i'm trying to make time to do some diys.

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  28. that top is stunning. you are such inspiration, girl.

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  29. Thank you for your absolutly lovely comment on my blog! Love what you have done with this teem, definetly going to try this to re-vamp some tops, if my mum lets me get my hands on the bleach though (: Love your 'happy' hat!

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  30. Absolutely love your style, and your blog is amazing too! We are new to blogging and just happened to stumble upon your blog. Following you now. Would be great if you'd follow us back!
    love,
    ragsandrainbows :)

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  31. I just love everything about your style and blog, you're definitely one of my favourite bloggers now! xx

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  32. hey, i need some help! bought old levi's pants in red, wanna turn them into shorts and add this ombre look so could u please explain a little more how u did this? like, how many bleach did u use, how long had it been in the bucket with bleach or did u put it directly on the shirt? and did u wash it single afterwards? i'm so interested in doing this and it would mean a lot to me if u could help me. x

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  33. hey,i just wanted to let you know, i tried this DIY, and here is the result: http://sharplilteeth.blogspot.com/
    hope you like it, it was fun and ez to do! ;) x

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  34. This is one of my favourite versions of this DIY that I've seen - as most are white tees that are "ombré-ed" with coloured dye. You're version really stands out as it used bleech instead. The colours in this are super nice! Lovely job :)

    CT x

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