Monday, June 22, 2009

Rhinestone Cowboy

I haven't been much for the stud thing with the DIYs, and this is mostly out of laziness. So you can imagine my delight when I saw cocorosa's genius use of safety pins on a blazer. Then I thought this might be the DIY for me...

Rhinestone Cowboy

Rhinestone Cowboy

Rhinestone Cowboy

Forever 21 tank top
American Apparel bandeau top
DIY'd Hollister skirt
Zara boots
boot bling from some western store


PS Today's the last day to enter the Current/Elliot Jeans Giveaway! Don't forget to enter if you haven't already!

50 comments:

  1. So beautiful!! I love that skirt. You really transformed it into something amazing.

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  2. perfect perfect perfect!!! loveeee this so much!!! <3 <3 see you created a new diy!!!! :)

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  3. I like your diy'd skirt! and those shoes are adorable, i can never find little (affordable!) boots like that! haha
    xo, Olivia

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  4. E you are definitely rockin' the DIY safety pin mini!!! Goes lovely with those booties! I think I entered your giveaway, I hope I did!! I better go back and check.

    Happy Martini Monday!

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  5. this is my kind of DIY! :) good idea to revamp a skirt!

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  6. You are becoming the DIY queen! love it! And again...I covet your shoes haha! XO

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  7. love love that DIY. great way to revamp a denim skirt. i tend to associate denim skirts with horrible junior high "mean girls", so i am lovin the safety pins!

    and to answer your Q: i'm an amateur writer. i'm currently an english major with an emphasis in writing. hopefully it will take me somewhere, if not it's law school for me.


    leila grace
    the vain and the bored

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  8. I love it! It definitely spice up the denim skirt! It was a really great DIY! xxoxoxo

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  9. great what you did with the skirt!
    xx

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  10. Love the western style of the pics!
    And the skirt looks great!
    It seems like a quick DIY to try at any moment... I've got a bunch of safety pins somewhere... :-)

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  11. Firtly: U find a lovely awards on my blog...Enjoy Honey! :)

    Such a lovely DIY skirt.

    X♥X♥

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  12. Answer: I know :)
    Love the skirt!!!

    www.mmaris.blogg.no

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  13. most def love the skirt and the creativity!

    much love

    eden

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  14. despite the 80's flashbacks I am now having... this is really cute!

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  15. i looove the pimped-skirt....great!

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  16. Oh that's very lovely! Love this relaxed look and the yellow tank, too. You're inspiring me to get some DIY going in my wardrobe!

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  17. I love what you've done to the skirt. Really great!

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  18. Another fabulous DIY, darling! You look amazing!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  19. hey lovely,thats a good one!have to try this too!i saw it at cocos site but this is also genius.
    thank you babee for your loyal comments.i enjoy them.honestly.
    love
    eszter

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  20. Skirt please! I simply cannot resist it. :)

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  21. now this is my kind of diy! no sewing! no mess! no fuss! easy and it looks FAB!

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  22. IU loved her use of safety pins, looks very cool on your skirt too. Hmmm, I think i need to do a DIY!
    XOXOXO
    Libby
    http://fashionconfectionairy.weebly.com

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  23. Love, love, love this. Including that bandeau top underneath the yellow. How very rocker chic of you!

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  24. I like the safety pins on shorts. Great look.

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  25. love the boots and the paperclips!!

    http://natalieinboots.blogspot.com/

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  26. Thanks for the words of wisdom!
    I think I might go for it, I want to use it as a learning experience more than anything.

    Stop by again!
    Lizabeth xoxo
    http://euphoriaswarmsin.blogspot.com

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  27. that skirt is so cute! and totally en vogue! check out my blog at allthingsvogue.blogspot.com

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  28. wow that is a really cool idea! I am going to try it on some other pieces of clothing I think too! Have you tryed any on other outfits?

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  29. wow that is a really cool idea! I am going to try it on some other pieces of clothing I think too! Have you tryed any on other outfits?

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  30. wow that is a really cool idea! I am going to try it on some other pieces of clothing I think too! Have you tryed any on other outfits?

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  31. thanks for your sweet comment :) so lovely !

    ps; cool blog, very well organised !

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  32. thanks for your sweet comment :) so lovely !

    ps; cool blog, very well organised !

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  33. Hey pretty lady,
    I gave you a shout out in my post...that will go up at like 1230 am about your DIY's. Cuz I suck and you inspire me! XO

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  34. THis is very cool! Loving your boots! Your blog is awesome, very nice outfits and fashion you have! :)

    www.notavailablesorry.blogspot.com

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  35. Oh wow I never thought of that, what a cool DIY project. Way cute outfit!

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  36. Such a fun outfit-love the funkiness girl!


    jess s//

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  37. So creative! It's a great twist on the usual studs.

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  38. You look good in yellow!!!!!! :D

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  39. The skirt is stylin'! I love the unusual studs on the pockets.

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  40. Love the boots!!!

    http://www.nearstyle.blogspot.com

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  41. OMg why haven't I thought of that? :O
    Brilliant ^^ And it looks good on your shorts!

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  42. i like what you did with the skirt!

    x

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  43. i love your boots with the bootchains attached!

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