DIY Phrase Tee

11 October 2012

Over Fashion Week one of the most spotted Street Trends was phrased tees, and since it got me inspired I couldn't resist playing with an idea of my own. Funny enough, in high school I actually designed t-shirts, phrases, prints and all...It's funny how these things come back, it's a shame I didn't keep my work.

Instead of buying one of why not make one for under $10 in under 10 minutes...

Here's How..
 shirt diy, skirt dolce and gabbana, bag kmart/sears, shoes vince camuto, necklace jewlemint
And since I love a good collaboration on an idea... Lia and I decided to get crafty together on our tees, check out Lia's Here

38 comments:

SHOP STYLE CONQUER said...

awesome outfit!

x

♥ Ellen
SHOPSTYLECONQUER.COM

Kimberly said...

Such a great idea...and easy too! I think I see a weekend project for my daughter & I here :)

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Sarah Stright said...

I love, love, love it! And you totally look chic.

Rachel @ The Redhead Fashionista said...

Love this! The shirt is so cute! And I adore that leopard print skirt. It's perfection on you! :)

Tia said...

Love the skirt!

jennifer {fabfatale.com} said...

i was giving ur pics some love on pinterest and then i got to the pic that showed you diy'ed this top. I LOVE IT!!! too fun!

alongobucco said...

Well, clearly the phrase you chose is perfect for you! Love this!

-Alyssa
The Glossy Life

Julie said...

Love this idea! Looks great. xo, Julie
www.fromproseccotoplaid.com

Cathy said...

Love this! I think you should make more...and sell? :) Love the tee paired with the leopard and those fierce red lips!

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Call me M said...

Great idea and super chic and beautiful outfit! Love that leopard skirt.

Naomi at The Occasional Indulgence said...

I love the sweet simplicity of this. Very neat!

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kaffesoester said...

Your leopard skirt is just the best! Great idea to pair it with something simple, like a DIY t-shirt!

Jen @ Cuddles and Chaos said...

I'm definitely going to do this (for me and the girls!).

Love this look-- especially that you mixed a DIY tee with a Dolce & Gabbana skirt.

Terry S said...

LOVE this look, especially paired with the pumps, and SUPER red lips.

TOTAL rocker glam.

xoxo,
Terry

http://terrys-two-cents.blogspot.com

The Golden Girls said...

So chic! LOVE this post! Hugs from Cali! xx The Golden Girls

Tie Bow-tie said...

Skirt is really stunning! I think if you were on fashion week, all photographers would shoot you!
Would you like to follow each other? I wish to see you among my follower!
Let me know please!
kisses)

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LoveT. said...

Wow ,love the first Pic ,you look amazing!

xoxo

Tami Rebekah said...

So cool!! Love this!!

LaraBeTheOne said...

you look lovely :)

Coco Bates said...

I haven't made one of those since middle/high school. I love how you made it to be a more grown and mature version. You inspire me to start making them again :)

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Rachel Lynne said...

So I LOVE this DIY and you look so incredibly sassy, sexy and chic!!!!!!! I Love your leopard maxi and bold red lip!

xoxo,
Rachel

Little Rus said...

Such a simple but absolutely great DIY project! Thank you for the idea! x

P.S. I am hosting a giveaway and would like to invite you to enter, if you like the prize, of course. :)

Well... said...

This turned out looking amazing - I love the leopard print skirt you paired with your DIYed tee! :)

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FALCO VERONICA said...

cute blog! I’ll follow you!
I have a fashion blog too, I hope u'll be one of my followers:-)
thanks:-)
VERONICA
http://www.givemefashionblog.com

Amy Fashion Blog said...

I used to make shirt in high school too

The Chic Sheet said...

I wish I had seen this before I purchased that $70 sweatshirt yesterday... that had words on it. Grrr.

LOL ;)


XX,
Miranda

Sunny & Star said...

I love your tee. What a great DIY. I love your leopard print skirt too.

Tracy @ Sunny Days and Starry Nights

Jean at www.drossintogold.com said...

This is a perfect example of high/low, casual/glam styling. I love it. Your red lips are the finishing touch!! Outstanding.

The_Leather_Skirt_Blog said...

Fabulous skirt!

Just got some leopard print heels. LOVE them! Perhaps a skirt next?

Yours make me think maybe yes.

http://theleatherskirt.blogspot.com/

Breakfast at Cindi's said...

Such a fabulous idea, I'm going to have to try this : )

xo,
Cindi
Breakfast at Cindi’s

Shannon said...

Excellent . . . and I happen to currently have some black, iron-on letters. I'm so doing this!

The Students Wife said...

THat is such a cute idea! Love it with the skirt


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Charlene@APinchofJoy said...

Cute idea! Love that leopard skirt too! Thanks so much for linking on Busy Monday!

Kathie said...

What a simple way to have a custom shirt! I just never think to do these things! It looks great with the skirt. Thanks for sharing at Gettin' Krafty!

Amanda @ Ninth Street Notions said...

Great idea! It turned out awesome, and what a simple way to get a custom wardrobe. Thanks for sharing at I Made It! Monday. I can't wait to see what you link up this week.

MissRockwell said...

Love this!!!

That is all...BYE!!!

http://thriftyandshameless.blogspot.com

WTFab said...

What a great idea! Would love it if you linked up on my blog hop www.w-t-fab.com/search/label/bloghop. Also let me know if you'd like to follow each other!

2 Girls, 2 Cities said...

Oh my gosh! My first thought when I saw this was, "DUH!" This is why I follow creative bloggers! :-) - J

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