March 3, 2013

D.I.Y "ZIPPED-SLIT PENCIL SKIRT INSPIRED MICHAEL KORS"

source : style
Hi all, It's been a long time since my last post. I've missed you guys. Why? Cause I am working on a new project with my friend, Wina. We made an online shop for branded bag, BraVa shop. Btw, I wanna say thank you so much for all your support, finally I reached 300 followers, Thank you all. In today post I wanna show you my latest DIY. Michael Kors really inspired me in this fall collections. When I saw his collections I really fell in love with this zipped-slit pencil skirt. And I managed to make the DIY. and this is the result. What do you think? Below is the easy tutorial for it. Thank you all for visiting and lovely comments :)

Happy Sunday!!!

You need :
1. Pencil skirt
2. Thread and needle
3. scissors
4. zipper
How to :
1. Using your scissors to cut the skirt. mine 7 cm from bottom (knee) and 9 cm from top (waist). It's all measure from the side sewing of your skirt. 
2. After that, folding the edge of your cutting, and it will look like this.
3. After that, put the zipper inside and using your needle and thread to sew the zipper in skirt. you can use needle pin to make the zipper didn't move and it will make you easier to sewing. 
And you are done!


21 comments:

  1. you are soo pretty!!! this is so cute! i would definitely wear one!

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  2. wow it s perfect
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  3. Michael Kors is my absolute favorite designer and this skirt tutorial its easy and it looks gorgeous. Your very talented and you look amazing in the picture!

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  4. Wow that turned out great! I like to make things with statement zippers, I will have to keep this idea in mind next time I make a pencil skirt!!

    - Tara x
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  5. AHH! This is EXACTLY what I've been looking forward! You're quite the innovator.

    -D'ana
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  6. Oh it's amazing! I like the idea of DIY'ing something from the runway. Great job!
    Love
    Gretchen vonDüsterwald
    www.differentcolouredsocks.blogspot.com

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  7. This is such an amazing and quite easy way to make a simple skirt so much more unique! Absolutely love it :) thanks for sharing.

    x Mariana | www.goingteen.blogspot.com

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  8. thanks for sharing!really good idea!
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  9. What a fun DIY! The skirt looks great. :)

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  10. You are so stylish and creative! This is one great skirt my dear.
    Best Regards
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  11. LOVE IT! I've been waiting to do the same to a big ass sweater and wearing it unzipped to flash some skin...gotta get on that!

    xoxo
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  12. very cool style! I love those skirts!

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  13. sooo amazing! thanks for sharing this! totally love it!

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