A shrug or bolero for this changing season is great… easy to put on and easy to take of! And if we do this in a fabric like this grey velvet or any other fabric with a little shine to it, we can use it both at night and by day. It’s cool to wear at work with jeans for a casual cool look and over any lacy top for those chilly spring night outs.
In this tutorial I will show you to sew a velvet shrug from 3 fabric rectangles. Ready to start this DIY? Let’s do it!
Hello DIY’ers! Today I will show you a DIY proposal to customize your bag. You can transform any bag with a special touch just with a visit to the hardware store. In this case, I found a latch closure that i loved, and placing it on my faux python clutch I bought on my trip to Thailand, makes it a unique and different piece. Join in and go to your nearest hardware store… I’m sure you will find a piece that will delight you too.
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! You may have already seen through Facebook, Twitter o Instagram, that I’m spending these holydays with my family in my beloved island, Dominican Republic. I didn’t want to pass these days without showing a DIY Party top to wear on New Year’s eve (or other parties) With a classic strap top you can give a touch of fun color or even transparent fabric at the back. In this case I used a sequined top and neon yellow silk to give a bold touch. Surprise everyone with a ‘POP’ of color for this great night!
Hello DIY’ers! I’ts so cold now in Barcelona! I keep wearing layers over layers of clothing. No doubt we have to make warm and cozy DIY‘s this time of the year. So I wanted to show you how to make a very easy Vest you can sew! No patterns needed, and in less than 30 minutes and you can wear your DIY autumn / winter Vest on any jersey, shirt, or coat! With this steps by step to make this DIY Vest (like a shawl) Make your own with the style you like. Mine has a Boho-ethnic style with this blue fabric with orange geometric designs, but you could make your own using leather, denim fabric or wool…. There are countless possibilities!
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.