09 10

DIY| Geometric Top



This is just an idea of how you can customised your clothes without spending hours...I hope you like it!

You will need:

-Leather  trimmings
-Scissors
-Fabric glue

Step 1
Cut the leather in any geometrical shape that you prefer and paste to the fabric.
Step 2
Cut the bottom of the sweatshirt in an asymetrical curve shape.
Voila!



59 comentarios:

  1. gorgeous jumper and idea! I love it :D

    Hayley xx
    www.addictionstoshopping.blogspot.com

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  2. You are just Awesome!!!! Love how you customised that sweatshirt sweetie :)

    Take care,
    Daniella xox

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  3. Thank you!
    Great Post! Awesome idea and Sweatshirt! :)

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  4. Good idea and good choice of colours of your leather trimmings.

    Shug

    http://www.thinkincognito-eng.blogspot.com

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  5. it turned out amazing - love how different shades of red/brown create a low-res ombre effect!

    http://hypemyhip.blogspot.com/

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  6. Dude. Yes. I love this idea. I can just imagine myself in a fabric store staring blankly and walking back and forth trying to choose what fabric to use.
    Gotta love blank canvases.
    xo
    ashley
    www.thephotogramps.blogspot.com

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  7. wow this post is amazing !!!
    i will try to do this !!!!
    i follow you now
    an thx for your comment !!!
    Milca
    new post
    www.milcaway.blogspot.it

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  8. this is very cool! i love your hair in the pics, especially the one with the light! im always amazed by how good you look in your DIYs--they really suit your personal style x

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  9. it's so simple, yet so awesome!

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  10. This looks great, I love this idea!

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  11. Love this sweat and it's so perfect idea!!

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  12. You always have THE COOLEST diys! And the most interesting photos! Sometimes I just wish you'd sell your creations so I don't have to mess up making them ;)

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  13. Original, me encanta!!!

    Besos

    Gaby

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  14. As I already said, I love your DIYs! I linked this one on my blog: http://nocreationwithoutchaos.wordpress.com/

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  15. Genius DIY, definitely a must try! :D

    -Alicia
    Neon Fox

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  16. wow I love that sweatshirt!! nice DIY!!
    following you now
    xoxo
    straplessandpeeptoesmgj.blogspot.com

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  17. thanks for your nice comment! I love all of your DIY posts! I'm following you now :)

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  18. Victoria this turned out amazingly for such a quick DIY! I love how the leather triangles almost have an ombre effect going from brown to bright red & the cut out front is perfect with those shorts underneath. It's like high fashion sportswear, soo good! :)

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  19. This is fantastic! I'll have to try it myself.

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  20. So cool - really original :) and perfect for this season's sports-luxe trend xx

    I've started a new blog over at

    http://myworldbysasha.blogspot.co.uk

    Would love if you could check it out!

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  21. Very futuristic and so simple to do. Just great! :D

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  22. gorgeous style, adoring your blog miss!
    would love to see you in casper&pearl one day!

    lots of love from the c&p girls,
    casper&pearl blog
    xx

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  23. Wow!! Love this! Good job and thans for sharing!

    XxX
    http://fabulousstylews.blogspot.com

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  24. Cool blog, love the DIY :)




    Santenne of Crystallized Elements.
    http://crystallized-elements.blogspot.co.uk/

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  25. wow...such a perfect DIY.
    Looked through your blog and instantly following lol.
    Great post

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  26. Cool! Love it!



    http://thefashioninbox.blogspot.com

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  27. Omg so cooool! Love how you present your images!

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  28. That's so freaking cool! Thanks for sharing this DIY!

    Love,

    Rowan

    www.redreidinghood.com

    Ps: Samen met mijn beste vriendin ben ik een renblog begonnen: www.chicksrunningonkicks.com

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  29. Legit!

    Best,
    the ALLAROUNDEVE team

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  30. That looks so cool! Great DIY :)

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  31. Wow love the DY! Great job!


    xx Mounia
    www.nonchalantrebel.blogspot.com

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  32. Oh my gosh that is so cool! You did an amazing job with that! I really like your blog! I'm glad that I found it! It would be nice if you could stop by my blog sometime too (I'm from England) as I post my outfits, personal style, likes and much more :) :)

    www.raindropsofsapphire.com

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  33. heey, you have cool blog, if you have some free time take a look on my new post hoe you like it <3

    http://cathylita.blogspot.com

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  34. es superchulo este jersey!!! ay guapa siempre estas tan llena de inspiracion y energia eso me encanta de tu blog! sigue asi de guapa y creativa!
    un beso mary

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  35. Soo cool. You really are so creative!! I'm definitely going try this out!! Thanks Hollie x

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  36. OMG! this looks amazing!!

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  37. love!

    following you!!!! ;)


    www.leboz.blogspot.com

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  38. Hey Victoria :) Just stopped by to say that I just added a blog roll to Take only Memories and included your awesome blog :) xx

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  39. I love geometric shapes, I may have to try this diy, very clever. Thanks for sharing Victoria, pretty cool
    M

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  40. Amazing DIY!!!

    My blog: http://www.valstyle.com/

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  41. Wow, turned out great!
    Jillian - http://epic-thread.blogspot.com

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  42. this is amazing, I really love it! <3 xx

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  43. Quedó estupendo me encanta!!

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  44. I love this idea - especially the colours you've chosen! I think I would be tempted to use the triangular shapes and spread them out along the neckline a bit like a wee bib necklace?

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  45. victoria, your creativity continues to astound me. dynamite girl!

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