Hello DIY‘ers, I guess that like me you are probably looking for ideas and inspiration for autumn DIY looks. Personally I love the pieces that look like lingerie with a nice thick sweater or cardigan for this season.
I decided to recycle my old satin pajama pants, turning them into these sports shorts with lace trimmings. Now they look like lingerie shorts, right? If you want to see more on sports shorts inpiración before deciding on a style, be sure to see my previous post with some ideas HERE.
One of the fashion items that I think is the most comfortable, feminine and is really easy to sew is the called kaftan or tunic. I especially like when it’s made in a delicate fabric like lace for a look even more feminine and light. Since this garment in itself takes a lot of fabric to make, a touch of Sheer makes it more beautiful. I have been inspired by these pictures that I found on Pinterest for our next DIY. What do you think? Would you like make a kaftan?
Hello DIY’er! Have you already bought all the shop on sales? I found this basic black knit skirt for only 3€. I was unable to resist making a lingerie skirt that is so IN this season. It can also be made on a dress or top. It looks great combined with a thick knit sweater, as it balances the ” fine” and “fragile” lace with the thickness of the sweater… I love this contrast!. In this post you will see how easy it is to make a DIY Lingerie skirt! Do not let this season pass without wearing a garment inspired by lingerie 😉
Hello DIY’ers! Today we have a very special post. The author of today’s post is our special guest Laura Opazo (check out her blog HERE). She is a stylist for TV productions and the commercial chief of Harper’s Bazaar Spain. If you live in Spain, you probably have seen her at her TV show “Moda reto” and “Que regalo” at Canal de Casa. I discovered Laura watching Canal de Casa and from the first moment I was hooked on her great fashion tips and advice.
Today Laura shares with us at Plan B some very cool tips and tricks for any trouble you might have with your clothes. From what to do if you spill nail polish on your favorite dress to how to make a hole in a belt with no punch.
I love lace, but sometimes it is difficult to get an application shape I like and fits my budget… To create your own custom laceapplication (much cheaper) You can opt for this old trick. You can create the shape, size and lace composition you prefer, with a little patience. Are you up for it?