Monday, June 27, 2011

HOW TO...



This old dress was lying unused in my closet for about two years. It was a long time since I watch him intending to throw it away without ever complete the work. I love the pattern of thr fabric so today I thought: "Let's to use it again!" I armed myself with everything you need and here's what I've done:
Questo vecchio abito giaceva inutilizzato nel mio armadio da circa due anni. E' da parecchio che lo guardo intenzionata a buttalo via senza mai completare l'opera. Adoro la fantasia del tessuto così oggi  i sono detta: "Proviamo a riutilizzarlo!". Mi sono armata di tutto il necessario ed ecco cosa ho combinato:







67 comments:

  1. perfect!! thats is a good idea!!!

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  2. ah i love it! awesome post
    and i can't wait to see more of your DIY skirt :)

    Escape

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  3. Well done. It looks perfect as a skirt

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  4. Great idea!

    Kisses from Hong Kong,
    Nicole

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  5. Great post! I love transforming and adjusting my clothes as well.
    Oh and tnx for following my blog I'm following you back as well!

    xx
    MarielsCastle

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  6. Perfect idea!
    Thanks for sharing! :)

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  7. Great idea....thanks for inspiration :)

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  8. I like! Very clever!

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  9. I love this so much! The pattern is so great too, I will have to try this! :)

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  10. This is great! I just thrifted a dress that doesn't quite fit me in the bust and I think I'm going to try to make a skirt out of it. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  11. Amazing idea! I'd totally use this on those dresses that are sort of out of date. (:

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  12. I like it so much!Thanks for sharing!

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  13. I love DIY! Very inspiring :)

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  14. Great idea! I usually convert my skirts into tube dresses :)

    xoxoxo
    Ritcha

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  15. So chic!!
    Love this Idea..great way to reuse printed vintage dresses :)

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  16. good job! love your idea!
    xoxo!
    mrsce.blogspot.com

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  17. ma il vestito era bellissimo... perchè lo hai tagliato! fantasia eccezionale!

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  18. Very creative! Will have to try this one out :)
    http://km-iamyou.blogspot.com/
    x.

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  19. such a great idea, I love the result so much! I'd love to try it too, but unfortunately I'm not really handy and I've no idea how to sew... I love it! ♥

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  20. This is awesome ♥. Wow!

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  21. Marella ma sei bravissima, complimenti, molto curiosa di vedere l'outfit completo!

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  22. This is a very good idea!! Thanks for sharing!!

    Have a beautiful week!!

    xoxoxo

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  23. Thanks for your comment ! I follow you now :)
    x

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  24. The print is SO pretty :)

    Love, Vanilla

    http://notesfrommycloset.blogspot.com/

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  25. Pomysłowo i pięknie :)
    Pozdrawiam ;)

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  26. I DID EXACTLY THE SAME THING TO AN OLD DRESS♥♥♥
    love your result too!!!

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  27. omg! love the posts for create new looks!!!
    this one is Rachel's style!!!

    italian??? love your country!!
    followin' too!!

    thanks to visit. whish you to repeat :) if you want a fashion friend from Barcelona...

    kiss

    http://therachelbanks.blogspot.com

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  28. Thanks for your comment! :)

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  29. Amazing blog!!! <3 love it!!
    I'm following you.

    xxx

    Suzette Palmere
    http://www.chic-xie-belle.com/

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  30. i like the pattern of ur skirt :)

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  31. Great job! i love it! I really like the belt that you wore it with also. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a sweet comment! -C.C.

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  32. Great idea! It looks amazing and I love the pattern of the skirt. Thanks for sharing :)

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  33. Wowww!!, I like your DIY.
    Un saludo,
    Mlu
    starenrojo

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  34. Un! Love o DIY idea! Fabulous!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

    www.MrsCapretta.com
    Recipes Fashion Marriage

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  35. Love the fabric! It is so great that people makes something new out of their old stuff! :)

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  36. I might give this a go, thanks for the advice :)

    http://chicgeekblogger.blogspot.com/

    Please take a minute to look at my vintage boutique;

    http://bitsforboffins.bigcartel.com/

    http://iouproject.com/tsh/jessica-karen/

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  37. Very cool DIY! I really wish I had a sewing machine!

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  38. Excellent post - have one i may have a go with xx

    http://fashionandfrank.blogspot.com/

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  39. great idea! might have to try it out! x

    http://pinklemonsorbet.blogspot.com/

    Meena xxx

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  40. Oi querida!!!!

    Ficou linda as saia!!! Eu adoro refazer roupas e acessórios!!!

    Bjos e tenha uma semana maravilhosa!!!

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  41. Que buena idea, asi aprovechas la prenda. A mi me encanta coser y también me arreglo cositas.

    Un saludo

    Nia

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  42. wow! why did i never think of that!

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  43. Very good work !

    http://clement-dezelus.blogspot.com

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  44. Great idea, I love easy DIY's. Just posted one myself as well =)
    x

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  45. You cant imagine how many times I wished I had a sewing machine!I have so many creations in my mind but I lack of a machine :(

    Dont forget to enter my give-away..
    I did it on my own (unfortunately without a sewing machine)
    Kisses
    x

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  46. Great idea to re-use the fabric!
    The pattern it's really nice, and I think that in skirt works so much better than in a dress!

    Waiting for the outfit post!

    XX, Núria

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  47. Great idea and good job!

    xoxo
    http://stylelovely.com/thinkingcat

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  48. wow!!!great job girl!!!!

    check my giveaway...

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  49. Thanks a lot for your comment, I'm so glad you like my blog. Sure I'll be following your blog. And this tutorial is absolutely great!

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  50. well arent you clever. I have got to learn to sew, there are so many dresses I could easily turn into skirts and get way more wear out of them

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  51. wow! amaizing what U can do with one thing! :)

    thank U so much! :* :)
    with pleasure :)

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  52. this is such a good idea, i love seeing innovation like this! xx

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  53. wow!! I love the idea! :) and this is a very nice skirt! I follow you :)

    Tania
    http://lovelykikily.blogspot.com/

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  54. wow, seems soo nice! I can`t wait for see this in your sets!

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  55. i saw the latest post and came here to find out how you did it =P
    great job hon!
    it looks absolutely lovely!

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  56. Wow that's great!
    http://roseemae.blogspot.com

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  57. good job!!
    http://sienastyle.blogspot.com/

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  58. Great idea! This will make me think twice before I toss a dress in the donation pile.

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  59. Wauw, love it!
    Looks amazing
    x

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