One fuzzy sweater and one military jacket turned into one fabulous repurposed jacket that is sure to make a statement.
I removed the sleeves on both items at the shoulder seam, removed all buttons and the belt off the military jacket. Then sewed the fuzzy sweater sleeves to the military jacket at the seams and then put on new gold buttons. Finally Replaced the original belt with a gold belt.
I gave my jacket some street vibes by adding some cities id love to visit and on the back I tagged my city.
What did you do with your last pair of boots that were either outdated or in need of tender loving care?
Did you just toss them into the back of the closet? Or Did you toss them into the donation bin? Let me show you what you can do to your next pair.
I added oomph to a pair of over the knee boots of mine that needed revamping. I turned them into a sequins sensation.
What you will need:
Pair of boots
Industrial glue (E6000)
Sequins material (I used an old dress)
New Heel caps (if needed)
Start with a clean surface. Put the boot on (or use a model). Place the glue as you lay the material to insure proper placement. I started at the top and worked my way down.
If you mess up quickly lift the material and place it in the right place. Keep glueing in sections until the entire boot is covered (I only covered the front of the boot). Pay special attention to areas with zippers to ensure you can zip them after revamp. Once all the sequins material is down let it dry as directed in glue packing. Cut the excess material off.
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Viola you now have a brand new pair of boots with lots of oomph.
This process can be repeated on any type of shoe with any type of material to freshen up your shoe selection. Your girl who hustles in heels