Saturday, February 11, 2012

DIY Off Shoulder Sweater

Hey everyone!  I hope you all are having a great weekend!

This is a quick post.  I am running a little late.  On tap today is my sister's baby shower and then a movie with my husband.  This is what I am wearing.  This outfit includes a DIY off shoulder sweater.  The fabulous fashionista over at Style Pantry did a couple of them and I wanted to give it a try.  I like.




 


The Fit:
DIY Sweater that was originally thrifted
Black Skinnies: Target
Shoes: Faryl Robin Dancer Pumps
Belt and Necklace: Streets of NYC
Purse: Ann Taylor thrifted

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15 comments:

  1. Great job girl. I have ALWAYS been sacred to death to cut up a shirt to make it off he shoulders. Scared I will mess up!! LOL!!!

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  2. Flash Dance! That's what it reminds me of. Wow, that was really back in the day. Brings back memories. Love it. Had a couple of them myself only they were made out of sweat shirts and we wore tank tops under them.

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  3. love the look!
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  4. LOVE the color and it fits you perfect!
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  5. The COLOR is FAB!!!! But I'm slightly jelly bcuz I just gave a few sweaters away and I could have REVAMPED them to look like this to atleast get another wear out of them!!!! UGGGGH...

    Congrats to your Sister on the baby!!!!!

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  6. Love the bright color!


    - Shannon
    www.shannonsometimes.com

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  7. ok, you seriously need to do a DIY on this. How do you revamp a sweater by cutting it up without it unraveling? We need to know!!! Love it though, especially this citron color. I've peeped a few of the fashion shows from NYFW and this color is gonna be big in the Fall.

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    1. Thanks doll! I didn't do anything but cut right at the seam of the neck line a lil at a time until I got it just where I wanted it. That's it. Very simple.

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  8. Ohhhh you look hot! Nice job lady...and I love the color of that sweater.

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  9. I am CRAZY for neon right now. This top is amazing. Fabulous pictures.

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  10. i really love the color of the sweater. and i LOVE the diy aspect...lookin good as usual, miss!

    ~nic

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  11. Love that green off shouldered sweater. You look lovely!

    Cheers,
    Cathy@The Easiest Jobs Ever

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