Plus, with the black version, if I get bored I need only replace the buttons for brass ones and I'll be working the military trend. Which one would you go for? Let me know as, even with £20 off, I can't justify keeping both! Share | | Retweet

Cut the sleeves off a sand coloured business shirt (this one might be leather but thats a bit hard to DIY), replace with grey marl sleeves from a tee or sweater. Pair with a full black skirt - I have a gorgeous wool one from Rome that I adore that would go perfectly with this look. Oh, by the...

Anyway, said wool peacoat and I were together for a brutal winter and I made it look pretty fancy, I thought: I married a host of scarves with it to keep it fresh, I replaced the buttons as I was able. That coat and I were close and since starting the blog and quitting my job to start a...

You can also revamp last year's coat with a colorful fur stole, adding a leather sash, or by replacing the buttons. 2. Statement shoes. This season suede seems to be the texture du jour, but instead of your basic neutrals, pops of color from teal to fuchsia are hot this season. Shoe booties...

His penchant for decoration also stemmed from his childhood memories of church-going ladies in their Sunday best, while his signature use of all-over buttons harks back to his grandmother, who'd replace lost buttons on his clothes with buttons of contrasting colors. In this way, adapting the...

Just at the Met Gala last week, Kanye wore a tux, but then raised it to the next level by rolling up the sleeves (on a tux, you guys!!) and by replacing his button with a gold safety pin. Also, note that the buttons on his white shirt are hidden, giving him that clean, crisp look. Like,...

fixed are buttons. Every now and then designers put cheap, boring or non-versatile buttons on a shirt, blazer or sweater. The garment is perfect, except for that silly button they threw on there. That's okay, just take them off and replace them with better ones. You don't even need a tailor,...

I enlisted the help of my trusty tailor to shorten the hemline, replace the buttons, cinch the waist, and add pockets because pockets make everything betterand everyone happier. Promise -just ask Napolean Dynomite. I believe this would have been called a "tea dress" had I not cropped it to...

 

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