I love how the streets inspire me to DIY! Has anything caught your eye recently? Can anyone tell me who makes this number? Am getting a Marni vibe but might be wrong. Update - this sweater is by Vika Gazinskaya (seen in the top picture and all over street style blogs) and the beads are...

Spare, I decided to make my own sweater by combining two that had coordinating colors. I loved the combination of striped and chunky cable-knit sleeves! I wore my finished creation for Day 23 in my 30 Days of Outfits Challenge last month. So here's how to make your own: Difficulty: (Medium)...

This week's do it yourself project takes inspiration from grandpas old sweater. Our version of suede elbow patches are an easy way to jazz up your favorite Fall knits. This style works well on both men's and women's blazers, sweaters, and collard shirts. Take some time this Fall to cozy up...

5: Wear and enjoy! The foundation of this DIY is the same regardless of what you use to decorate your collar. Pearls and rhinestones would be a softer alternative, or why not try dipping the collar ends in black paint? All easy and very effective ways to decorate your collar. I've been...

When I saw the sweater for $ 111 (!), it was immediately clear the search for a similar but cheaper sweater would take longer than to make it by myself. A really easy and above all, cheap DIY project that does not cost more than the fabric color. For this fashion DIY tutorial you need: 1...

the sweater. Poke a small hole between the knit on either side of the cable, and bring the ends of the ribbon to the front of the sweater. 4. Poke a small hole at the bottom of the first cable knot, in the center. Bring both the ribbon ends into the hole and to the inside of the...

However, I felt the need to do a fall DIY sometime soon and this week seemed like the ideal time. I've seen beautiful bow-sleeve sweaters all over Pinterest and the DIY blog world, but have yet to find tutorial that I actually like. And then I remembered that I "DIY", so I decided to make...

During my relocation I have found four identical gray sweaters. One or two tops I deliberately bought for my DIY projects, the others consorted with them over the years (or already lived unnoticed in my wardrobe). Anyway – it was time to separate the "quadruplets" and to make something...

What was the inspiration? PC: Our inspiration was the construction of Japanese armor and a continuing exploration of the mixing of materials: metal and leather. SB: Which is your favorite piece? PC: I am really into all of the Nara Armor pieces. The Nara Armor Collar with black and tan...

To take on this "trashion" project you'll need about 10 wool sweaters of the same thickness and something to make your pattern with. Snuggle up in it on your couch or don it as your top layer for twirling around on the ice skating rink! 4. Have a boring sweater that you want to primp up...

 

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