September 05, 2010

D I Y / Plumber Bangles and Knotted Tees

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layered two knotted tees in sizes L an S, DIY bracelets, vintage sunnies


Check out the plumbing department next time you visit a hardware store and find beautiful thick brass pipe connections and metal screws. I used them as beads on these bangles I made out of thick leather.

44 comments:

fashion nightmare said...

i love your bracelets !

Fashiable said...

beautiful look!! i love everything!

Sophia (my visual illusions) said...

heel creatief weer!

Michelle Elaine said...

great diys dvrling ;)

KeepItFvncy,
M.E.

Curls said...

Heel gaaf!

fashion westie said...

This entire outfit is brilliant...love the bracelets (must hit up my plumber brother in law) and the layered knotted tees!

Sunnies are cool too.

Raez said...

genius! one of my favourite DIYs recently:)

xx raez

ireneexx said...

Looks great! Heel erg leuk bedacht!

xoxohttp://myfashionfindings.blogspot.com/

Tastes Eclectic Fashion said...

The bangles idea is brilliant. So unique looking!

Michelle Chic said...

love the idea! clever!

Joy said...

Amazing dress and bracelet! Thanks for sharing...

Nádia said...

AWESOME look! The knots, the sunglasses!

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Kirsten said...

Ziet er super uit :)

Caroline said...

The bracelets look amazing, great job! Really like the knotted t-shirt as well, great look :) xxx

saamielola said...

Leuke sunnies en ook een geweldig tof wat je daar met je T-shirtjes heb gedaan!
Heb je een tattoo op je arm?Zo ja, ze was me nooit eerder opgevallen!
Je nieuwe post was het wachten waard.

Josie said...

what a great idea! love the look

Suzanne said...

Amazing DIY!

ponyhunter said...

fantastic photos, i love how you've done the shirts.

DEAD FLEURETTE said...

cool! reminds me of isabel marant. love the bangles :D

chauss said...

fabulous blog anf bracelets!!
how do you tie of ends?
do you leave permanently knotted oo open and close each time?
chauss

Between us said...

so nice!

you look like a model!

we follow you :)

LoliTa said...

aaaamazing! good thinking

Lily said...

love this look :)

~Lily/BanappleArt

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Iris said...

je hebt echt een geweldige stijl en een geweldige blog! ik volg je :) x

Carina said...

love ur outfit so much !!!!!

xxx

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Tamara said...

Love the bracelets, so easy and creative, looks really cool!

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Lucy, Dear Fish said...

That is such a good idea about the bangles. I love the edgy hardware look they give to your outfit. It's so awesome when people wear DIY stuff because it's so unusual. And creative minds like you obviously always create beautiful things!

Helena from BrooklynBlonde said...

amazing!! I love your glasses and the entire look!

SA + MG said...

Awesome :) I love people you DIY. I made a necklace a little while ago, similar concept: here

And another one more recently that I like better: here

AND i love your most recent branch rack! :)

- Matea
www.machinefilles.blogspot.com

hannah-rose said...

those bracelets really are quite marvelous!

X

Emmett Katherine said...

I am so glad I came across your blog! your style is so refreshingly original.

Em K

Vantage Point Vintage said...

you are so creative!!! i love this look! simply stunning!

-Monica VPV Intern

Lawrence said...

Woah. I'm finding materials for my plumbing, and this is what I've found. Very interesting. I can't wait to tell my girlfriend about this. Who would have thought that someone would actually make an accessory out of brass pipe? Suppliers near our place in Brooklyn sell the best qualities of metals, you know. I'm pretty sure brass distributors would be stunned by this idea - using a plumbing material for fashion. Haha.

Sara said...

How did you fasten the ends? :)

DON'T FORGET THE 'Y' said...

Oh! was totally lusting after the real version of these but never thought to make my own. Will definitely have to try this! Thanks!

plumbing courses said...

This type of thing could do really well among students on plumbing courses were it not for the fact they have all the materials necessary to make the accessories themselves...the same goes for students in general. It's a great idea but there's not much to stop anyone making it themselves...

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