09 10

DIY Customised Jacket

   


   wearing:

-Customised Jacket.
- H&M Jeans.
- Vintage Shirt.
- Chicnova Shoes.
- Pedro Sunglasses.
- DIY Necklace.

The Jacket was inspired in one of the denim Jackets from ACNE but I added a bit of bleach too. I did a little video tutorial for you.Hope you like it :)
I'm also wearing this amazing 80's style white shoes from Chicnova .I never used to wear white shoes but I love the way they look with skinny jeans.
My new purple hair that lasted only 3 days using Crazy Colour.  The sunglasses are now available at my shop/
Enjoy your weekend!



38 comentarios:

  1. I LOVE the jacket! Are you back from holidays?? Xxx

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  2. great jacket :D but also love the purple hair, I want to do that again soon too! Besos xxx

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  3. Me encanta la chaqueta, incluso más que las de Acne, son demasiado exageradas! Estoy ahora distressing un par de vaqueros por primera vez y estoy ahí, ahí con ello. True blood + denim distressing creo que es un combo perfecto! haha! El pelo tmb está muy molón, pero tres días es muy poco!! besitos!

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  4. so cool! :)

    xo, Hanna
    http://whoishanna.blogspot.fi/

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  5. i'm loving the whole look! do you get upset when you wear white shoes and they get dirty? i always avoid buying them because my shoes take such a beating.

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  6. AMAZING Jacket sweetie!!! LOVE LOVE!! Amazing outfit to, freaking love your style! :)

    Take care, Daniella xox

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  7. I definitely love the look of your denim jacket! The rips etc are such a great detail - I'm really tempted to try this out myself now! x

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  8. such a cool jacket! i love it x

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  9. I love the jacket. How nice of you to post a DIY too. =)

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  10. SO in love with those shoes.

    J x

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  11. I love how you distressed the jacket! It looks super cool!

    http://sugar-and-silk.blogspot.co.uk/

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  12. Great outfit, I love the jacket! Your hair looks great too, loving the purple ends :) xx

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  13. oh wow, I didn’t realize that sandpaper can work so well when destroying denim. awesome tip!! Thanks, Victoria!!

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  14. wanna wear jackets again :/ hate greek weather; can't wait for English!
    xoxo

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  15. It turned out amazingly! I don't think you can go wrong with a perfectly distressed denim jacket & you look great in it! Really loving the shoes too, I always think white shoes look so good with outfits like this, I really want a similar pair but I'd be too scared of getting them dirty & scuffed!

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  16. nice. you're the queen of unique diy ideas.

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  17. Right on! Your jacket turned out so great. Love the whole look.

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  18. Awesome tutorial! Thank you for sharing! I loooooove the result!! I will try it:)) Thank you! And I love the first photo!!!!!!
    xoxo

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  19. Oh I love it sweets your videos are getting better each time. I wish I had an old denim jacket to rip the shit out of now. Will keep my eyes peeled in the charity shops. xx

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  20. Simplemente con el papel de lija te ha quedado tan bien? Tambien el deshilachado lo has hecho con la lija? Jo es que te ha quedado genial. A ver si termino de una vez con los examenes y retomo algunos diy (y cuando digo retomar digo mirar tu blog y copiartelos)
    xx

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  21. Really like the jacket! It looks so cool.

    Lau

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  22. I love the ripped-up jacket! Talk about deconstructionism. One could go crazy with the scissors ;) -- J xxx

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  23. Love the jacket, you look really beautiful :)
    would you like to follow each other? xoxo

    www.fashiondary.blogspot.com

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  24. Hi there! I've missed your posts last week! Even though I was home in Brasilia with my parents for my mom's 50th Birthday it was weird to check your blog without your updates... without being a sucker, this place here has been the best inspirational source in the internet for the last years and I just missed it!
    Your help it's always useful, as well as your tips and posts... + it is so hard to find a great person without an arrogant attitude, who answer your emails, and posts, and everything! Thanx a lot for being this great person you are... I mean, internet is a great place for meeting great people and sometimes it is disappointing to see that the same person who inspires you and makes you come back everyday is just another empty headed young women way too concerned with fashion... this turns me down! and disappoints me... cause this is not really what I am looking for... this is the reason I keep coming back here, I admire your work a lot, and your comments make me keep posting..
    Thanx a lot for your support and work!
    xx
    Paulita

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  25. Ooh noice noice. I don't think I'll ever be able to DIY something like this tho. I don't have the patience or the talent :P

    Your hair is pretty!

    // SOYCONFESSIONS.BLOGSPOT.COM

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  26. Oh wow, it's pretty inspiring <3
    http://coeursdefoxes.blogspot.com/
    http://www.facebook.com/CoeursDeFoxes

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  27. those DIY destroyed jackets definitely top the designer ones, as they always have more personality to them...love your DIY necklace, too <3

    http://hypemyhip.blogspot.com/

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  28. Me encanta, yo siento que si intento hacerlo la cazadora tendrá que ir directamente a la basura, pq ya no sera ni cazadora ni será nada, se me da el hacerlas, pero el deshacerlas no se me da tan bien... :) a ti en cambio te ha quedado super chula.

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  29. Oh wow, I wish I had the patience to do something like this!
    Lovely blog :)

    http://aclosetofchaos.blogspot.co.uk

    xo

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  30. LOOOOVE this outfit ♥♥♥♥
    xx iris
    www.iris-bjork.blogspot.com

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  31. Amazing jacket and hair! I love your style ;)

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  32. I definitely love your denim jacket!
    It looks super cool and you as always!!

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  33. Padrisima chamarra de mezclilla, super DIY !!! Los jeans te quedan geniales !!
    Cuando vienes a mexico o ya lo hiciste!!
    lo siento ando perdida jajaja

    Besos

    Gaby

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  34. that jacket is incredible.

    so are these images.

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