20 de enero de 2012

2 Husband´s Shirts = 1 Wife´s Skirt

The back is just cut with a straight  seam. The sleeves at the front, when tied, adapt the shirts to the shape of the body.
La parte de atrás va cortada y lisa. Las mangas de la delantera, al atarlas,  se adaptan a la forma del cuerpo.

129 comentarios:

Adele dijo...

I love how the collars make the belt!
Happy weekend hun xoxo
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anhela dijo...

just speechless!!!

I completely dig the creation!!!
It´s interesting!!!
Fun!!!
and...beautiful!!!

I love the detail around the waist!!!

I wish I was a giant anteater dijo...

What an amazing idea! so simple, and yet it looks so complex amd stylish. You're taking recycling to a new level :)
ps. have you thought about using one of his old ties as a belt? haha that might be a bit crazy!

Emanuel I. dijo...

Que idea mas estupenda!!!
Felicidades querida Sacramento!!!
:*

Louise dijo...

That's so clever. Well done, it's great. X

modniza dijo...

love denim shirts! very pretty! mil besos!

Kitty dijo...

You are always such a mine of original ideas, lovely lady.xxxxxxxxxxxxxc.

Collette Osuna dijo...

Go YOU!!! A+ for originality:)

I knew you would do something great!!
Happy Friday!

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Absolutely Mrs. K dijo...

what an interesting skirt, you did a great job! and i love with the jeans blouse

Maya dijo...

Amazing style! You're so creative!

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Xoxo, Maya

Misfits Vintage dijo...

I love how the collars sit over the belt - you're so clever, Sacramento! Sarah xxx

garde dijo...

la camisa vaquera es lo mas.
"que mona va esta chica siempre"
besos
fran

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Tanvi dijo...

WOW! That's creative!!!

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Sophia dijo...

Gaaaah this is sooo cool!! I am always head of heels with your dies. Reall, they are zoo inspiring!!! It looks amazing on you!!! Love it!! <3

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MaMMaMoon dijo...

Amazing! That`s so creative and pure fun! You look fabulous dear! Absolutely gorgeous! MMxoxo

Mad for Fashion dijo...

Qué ingeniosa!
Me encnata, no me lo esperaba

Besos

Style Sud-Est dijo...

Clever and original!
Only you could such a creation!
I love it that you wore it with a jean shirt

Have a good weekend!

Ariane xxxxx

That's Not My Age dijo...

What a brilliant idea - very Martin Margiela!

Monika dijo...

interesting detail on the skirt, I like it!

Noe_Sev dijo...

Desde luego mi cielo si es q eres única con esa inventiva q tienes. T ha quedado una falda genial, tanto como lo ere TÚ!!
Gracias por tus amables palabras y a ver si sigo dando guerra q he pasado por una racha muy dura y demasiado larga y eso no puede ser pq sabes q disfruto con esto!!!!
Un beso enorme cielo mío y GRACIAS por seguir a mi lado!

Raquel dijo...

Pero k maravilla! yo una vez hize un vestido con una camisa de rayas! algún día lo enseñaré! se llama deconstrucción de moda! lo hize mientras estudiaba diseño!
Además queda genial con la camisa vaquera, le da un aire cowboy!
Bsos
Raquel

Mrs. D dijo...

So much fun! what a great recycling idea!

xx

Mrs. D dijo...

So much fun! what a great recycling idea!

xx

CHHIMMI DHOLKAR GURUNG dijo...

:D love the belt collar detail! thumbs uppp :)xxxxxxxx

Underemployed dijo...

Amazing! Could the sleeves also be tied to make a "bustle"?

Rachel, Cold Knees dijo...

Amazing my dear, you're an inspiration :) xxx

Tracy dijo...

Muy original.

CON GRACIA Y ENCANTO dijo...

eres tremenda, que sensacional idea, te deseo un maravilloso fin de semana, creativo e inspirador, como tu.

Yael dijo...
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Yael dijo...

How creative Sacramento! The skirt turned out to be great! What a unique and wonderful idea! :-)

Serene McEntyre dijo...

Gorgeous and BRILLIANT styling!! Hugs pretty woman! ~Serene

Laura dijo...

Seriously you are soooo creative and inventive!!!! What a skirt!

Ticka dijo...

That DIY is completely FAB!! Love the belt under the color!! You look so cute! I would have never thought to do that! I guess that's why this "following" thing works, huh? #inspiration

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Precious Deedee dijo...

your idea with the skirt is so original...you're amazing..

Ispirationflor dijo...

WOW I LOVE IT buena IDEA

Susan G dijo...

Unique and very creative!

Consider Me Lovely dijo...

What a great idea!! It looks phenomenal! Can you make one for me? Lol

Theeny dijo...

so pretty!!

Style4Curves dijo...

omgggggggggggggggg SO CREATIVE!!!!!
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Anaivilo dijo...

This is so original, I wore once or in a similar way a shirt like that, and I felt so unique! :D Great idea ;)

Cilla B dijo...

That skirt is pure genuis. Its had to tell the different patterns at first glance. Love it
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the Citizen Rosebud dijo...

BRILLIANT!

Lissy dijo...

Sacramento, that is so very clever!!!

dimitri dijo...

Your skirt is so interesting. Love it.
It's a very nice outfit as always.
Have a wonderful weekend.
xx

Luna Tiger dijo...

I love the edgy shape of your shirts/skirt ! Love the belt as a bracelet, I do it too !!
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Nan dijo...

I have never seen this before and it's so very clever of you to design this.

2ndHandCinderella dijo...

I love this look!
I've just nominated you for the Kreativ Blog award,see my blog for details! :)

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mary van note dijo...

love the skirt! Excellent look!!

Jeanne dijo...

Wow! You are so creative! The mixture of patterns is so sassy! Very cute and fun!

Sara dijo...

Yes!! looks awesome!!
I want to try that out :DD

3 MAIGLÖCKCHEN dijo...

darling this is soooo great!

Idoia Bilbao Parisse dijo...

No me pudeo creer que sea una camisa! Es una idea genial, como todo lo que se te ocurre! Gracias por pasarte a saludar siempre, Sacra, eres un sol, saludos de mis amiguitas que tb te siguen! Lo dicho, me dejas sin habla con tus propuestas! Absolutamente marvelous! Bssss
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Aurelia (A Pretty Life) dijo...

denim with this skirt looks lovely, great outfit.

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Mad for Fashion dijo...

No me digas que te ha escrito?, jaja a nosotros nada!!!. El primer día y ya no sabemos nada de ellos!!. El sueño de su marido era volver a África y bueno allí están de viaje.
Dice siempre que eres una mujer muy carismática y con mucha personalidad, te admira mucho.
Yo le diré q te comente!!
Un besoooo, buen fin de semana.

Mil besos!'

Aminta Paiz dijo...

Hay madre mía te quedo fenomenaaaaaaaaaaaaaal !!! Yo quiero una jajaja.... <3

Iulia Romana dijo...

Totally loving your outfit ! You never cease to amaze us :x

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Alicia dijo...

Esto es estilo y lo demás son tonterias!! Me encanta!!

Un beso

Alicia
dealiciablog.blogspot.com

Fashion Tales.... dijo...

Love it Sacramento! I have a strapless dress created from a collar shirt... never done it as a skirt. It looks great here! -xo

Olivia dijo...

¡QUé interesante manera de reciclar!

LA Lynn's dijo...

So CREATIVE!!!! This is AWESOME & looks GREAT!!!!

Johanna dijo...

Such a fun idea, the skirt looks fun :) And I think you look great wearing it :) Have a lovely weekend! ♥ Muchos besos!

fashionoverfifty dijo...

So fun-I love the subtle mix of patterns too--you cant tell they are 2 different shirts until you are up close~brilliant!

AnieB dijo...

Peroque original me parece estea propuesta!!!! Me he puesto ainvestigar sobre la diseñadora del post anterior( ya sabes yo a diseñadora la que sea XD) y me encanta el cinturon brazalette eres genial!!!!
Un beso
AnieB
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AnieB dijo...

PD: se me olvidaba decirte que te parece mogollón a mi idola Barbara Hulanicki!!!!
Bsos

Clara Turbay dijo...

la falda es lo mejor.

The Foolish Aesthete dijo...

Isn't it wonderful how talented people can disprove arithmetic? Terrific work on the skirt, and I love the braided leather belt-turned-cuffs! (I do the same with long beaded or suede necklaces, just wind them around and around my wrist ...) xxx

Terri dijo...

Isn't it wonderful how the collars sort of fold over the belt? I can't quite picture where the seam goes. Did you eliminate one of the sleeves from each shirt?

Mary Lou dijo...

me ha gustado mucho esa idea y me encanta el resultado;) muy original!!!
se puede hacer muchas cosas de las camisas de chicos;)
k tengas un muy buen finde guapa!

FROM THE "REZ" TO THE "CITY" dijo...

This idea is GENIUS my dear friend. The way the collars form your waist is wonderful and the fact that you are able to tie the sleeves to fit your shape is fabulous. I love this so much and will have to try it! I also adore the way you mixed the two patterns together. Thank you for sharing. Kiah

Style Eyes dijo...

I love this skirt,it looks great and what a fantastic way to upcycle shirts! I tried making one of my husbands shirts into a skirt before but I couldn't get it to look right. Perhaps I should try again with 2 shirts.

Iulia Romana dijo...

Thank you dear, I've returned the favour and now I am following you too !

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The life after dijo...

Very cool and creative!

The Life After

ps dijo...

oh i love that skirt ,remind me vivenne westwood designs:))


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Lynn dijo...

Muy original! Claro que me gusta.

Bss.
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FairyFiligree dijo...

Superb idea - my husband has just put away some old shirts ----- let me see what I can do with them! How are you my friend?

A BRIT GREEK dijo...

Genius! I love the collar allowing for the belt to sit neatly underneath! Plus teamed with a denim shirt! You have got it all rocking on!
x.o.x.o

Candyce Nicole dijo...

Such a great idea!! You look lovely.

pastcaring dijo...

The trick with the collar is inspired. But then you are always inspired, Sacramento. And inspiring! xxxx

Rosalind dijo...

What an inspired reinterpretation of Madeleine Vionnet's bias cuts and drapery. Hmmmm, might be time for a riffle through my dad's wardrobe!!

Ylenia dijo...

that's an incredible idea!

guess you have a sewing machine to help you with your diy projects?

all amazing like you!

Love, Ylenia | Longuette
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Nara dijo...

Que original! Me encanta! Ya había visto una falda así, pero todavía no me he atrevido con ella jeje

xxxx

señora Allnut dijo...

de verdad, qué idea tan buena y que parece tan fácil de hacer!, eso de poner la cintura aprovechando el cuello es lo que más me ha gustado!, apañadísima!
si es que tienes un arte!!
besos

Wildfell Hall Vintage dijo...

you're a genius. simple as that.

Shervin's World dijo...

oh im just so happy i found ur blog!! just amazing!!
u inspire me!

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bastamb dijo...

You have very intersting ideas, I admire....

Jacqueline dijo...

Thanks for your lovely comment on my blog! I love your clever outfit ideas!!!

xoxo, Jacqueline

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The Dainty Dolls House dijo...

You look fantastic my sweetheart, I love this idea..I will have to borrow some of my husbnad's shirts now ;) And I promise to do more outfit posts for you!! ;) besos!!! XXXXXXXXX

Lidia dijo...

Me parece una propuesta muy arriesgada! Creo que me gustaría aún más mezclando materiales...

Un besote

CHRISTINA KEY. dijo...

looks pretty cool dear! :)
XX

Polka Princess dijo...

Wow.....what an amazing idea! I'm impressed!!

Monroe Steele dijo...

this is such a cool post Sacremento! very creative indeed as well.

xx
Monroe

Fashion Steele NYC

sofie wedderkopp dijo...

What an amazing DIY!!!

xx

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TarracoStyle dijo...

jolín , que bien te ha quedado la falda y genial con camisa tejana.
besitos!!!!

The white cabbage dijo...

great result !


ave

La Moda è Vita (Lorena B) dijo...

Hola Sacramento!!!
He visto ese DIY en varias partes pero a ti te queda de lujo y la forma de combinarlo aún más un acierto total!!!
Besos linda!
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Rebeccak dijo...

I'd love to see a series of this type of thing! Imagine all the amazing things that might be born if everyone had a go at a similar project?

Anne dijo...

Thank you for following my blog and the lovely comments! I look forward to connecting with you on a regular basis:) Have a fabulous week xx
~Anne

Patti dijo...

Magnificent! Thanks so much for linking up to Visible Monday!

Baby Budget Blog dijo...

Ha! This is truely such a COOL and unique skirt!!! So great! I LOVE it!!!!!!

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sacramento dijo...
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JustPatience dijo...

Love the idea of making a cuff from a belt. You look stunning as always.

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Elekon dijo...

oh! I couldn`t even see it`s shirt until I read, how creative! very very well-done!x

Blowing in the Cierzo dijo...

es genial !!!
haciaa tanto que no me pasaba (aunque lo hacia desde bellaenmascarada) que se me habia olvidado el estilazo que tienes,
UNBESITOOO

muuuua

mapi

B a la Moda dijo...

Toma ya!! Eso es ser arriesgada y punto! Pues en un vídeo hice lo mismo que has hecho tú. :))

xoxo
B* a la Moda

Caroline Ergy Erg dijo...

I saw a tutorial for how to make these recently and really want to try it, the collar waistband is so cool :D
xxxx

Adrienne dijo...

How clever! I love this on you. I didn't realize it was a dress shirt at first. It took me a moment. You are so creative and fabulous. Love it! xoxo

Debbi@SheAccessorizesWell dijo...

The collar as a belt is so cool. I am not sure I would be comfortable in something like this, but you look smashing in it.

Kavery dijo...

Love it! Didin't realise you could do that. Looks very good and innovative.

Jill dijo...

Me gusta mucho!

wardrobeexperience dijo...

Genius! i really love the result of mixing these two shirts... perfect skirt.


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Fashionistable dijo...

Interesting concept. Thank you for your lovely comment. Need to recoup last week after the move back. Day to day life just took over. Xxxx

Indy dijo...

You are incredible! I love how this turned out!

Johanna dijo...

Hey dear, I have a little tag for you in my blog :) I hope you'll take a minute to check it out :) xoxo ♥

Danielle Celeste Couture dijo...

Very interesting concept. I wonder what it would look like with sleeves tied in a bow. Did you try it?

agnes dijo...

magnifique....j'adore ta tenue

La Dama dijo...

Que magnifica idea! me encanto como uso su cinturon como pulsera.
Que inspiracion los da usted.
Besios

oomph. dijo...

YES! i've been meaning to try this!!! nicely done!

[oomph.]

Thick Threads dijo...

cool idea! looks really cool! thanks for sharing this :)

xo
A_Riot

Skinny dijo...

Love your denim top

Mongs dijo...

so creative, I like what you did with the shirt to make a really unique skirt. And the belt is such a fabulous idea.


mongs
mythriftycloset.blogspot.com

Lakota [Faith Hope and Charity Shopping] dijo...

What an amazingly original idea - you're so clever! Love the collar/belt!

Damar Rivillo dijo...

ohhh excelente idea y excelente resultado... me encanto..

lasophia dijo...

You're a genius. I love this creation. You always impress me.

Stephan Joseph dijo...

Woahw what a creative idea !!!
Amazing !!!

Stef
http://fashioneptunes.blogspot.com

Kristin dijo...

What a genius idea! Thanks so much for linking up to Monday Mingle!

ZombieLace dijo...

I never thought two husband shirts could be so chic!! Are they XXL?

Susan Tiner dijo...

You are so creative! Excellent sewing work, I love the skirt.

LeeAnne, Style N Season dijo...

Owwww.. at first I thought it's the shirt you're wearing that belongs to your husband. It took me a while to realize that it's the skirt! Or, the shirts, haha!

Thank you for your kind comment. I hope you'll swing by again soon!

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kobieta niewidzialna dijo...

Very good idea! Brawo!