12 de enero de 2015

Martin Margiela Skirt -DIY

From the moment I saw Martin Margiela´s Haute Couture Fall 2013 collection I knew I had to make a DIY skirt based on its work. The problem was to find the right skirt; funny enough I had it and only realised it was the one when I put it next to the flowers by chance.

Desde el momento en que vi la colección de Haute Couture -otoño 2013 de Martin Margiela supe que tenía que hacer una falda inpirada en ella. El problema fue encontrar la falda; aunque lo más gracioso fue que ya la tenía y sólo me di cuenta cuando la puse cerca de las flores de forma accidental.

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26 comentarios

  1. The skirt is perfect for the diy and it matches so nice with your jacket!

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  2. Que maravilla de falda, estas fantástica amiga! Un besazo.
    http://www.solaanteelespejo.blogspot.com.es/

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  3. You look so AMAZING!!!! I love this so so so so much!! Perfect!! XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  4. Your style never ceases to impress, looking lovely Ms P!!!

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  5. Gorgeous DIY! That's a fun skirt, and so wearable! Thanks for sharing with Visible Monday, you look beautiful and happy.

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  6. One of the things I love the most about you, Sacramento, besides the fact that you are sweet and generous, is that you artfully reference current fashion. That is not easy to do. You must have a deep sense of style to understand all that the designers throw at us. Well done, my friend. XXXOOOO

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  7. The creative leap, right onto your skirt! I love this flower border. I wouldn't have thought to put them on such a lightweight fabric, but it's truly beautiful. And worn with your brocade jacket and those shoes, a real winner.

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  8. Ha! I did similar on a vintage nightie about 4 years ago, I still love it!
    The skirt looks wonderful and so do you! xxx

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  9. I love when clothes just tell you how they should be styled or remade! :o)

    JJ
    www.dressupnotdown.blogspot.com

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  10. Te ha quedado fenomenal, realmente junto a la transparencia del azul y las flores con esos colores amarillos y malvas, resulta de lo más alegre y colorida.
    Un montón de besos.

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  11. Me encantas!!! EStás total con este look!

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  12. That skirt is beautiful and you are looking wonderful. Xxxxx

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  13. Stunning, Sacramento! You are art! xxxxxxx

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  14. This is fabulous! Love the jacket too. And a very belated Happy New Year!

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  15. I'm such a fan of your DIYs! The skirt looks really lovely, especially with the jacket. :)

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  16. Great DIY idea! I like the electric blue!

    You look wonderful.

    Wishing you a nice day!

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  17. truly wonderful!!! and I love how your skirt refers to the same colour sea on a background! xx

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  18. A reminder to all of us to SHOP OUR CLOSETS! You never know what's waiting in there to be dazzling.

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  19. Love your colorful creation! Your imagination is a beautiful thing!

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  20. Great post dear! That shoes looks amazing. Have a fun and productive Wednesday! :)

    xoxo;
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  21. You have had an epiphany haha. Looking wonderful. A bit over the top for me but really very you, you dare devil.
    Greetje

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  22. What a cheerful look, I love the flowers on the hem of your skirt, a lovely creation.

    I have a very similar jacket that my cousin bought for me, we could be twins! ;-)

    ♥ carmen

    My tapestry jacket ...

    https://fashionableover50.wordpress.com/2014/11/20/octoberfest/

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  23. sooo clever...... but it's those shoes I'm in awe of!!!

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  24. I'm playing catch-up!
    It is too bad that some high end design house does not snap you up and pay you a gazillion dollars to design for them! You look lovely in your creation, as always! Ready for spring, I'm sure.

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