DIY | FRINGE TRIM TANK

4.06.2014
Festival season is here! For the past few years, I have attended Coachella to watch my favorite bands perform, but the fashion scene is always so fun to see as well. Fringe and beautiful lace trim details are great ways to complete a festival outfit. Instead of shopping for something new, why not reinvent a piece in your wardrobe to have that festival flair. For this DIY, I partnered with eBay Style Stories and took a tank from my closet and updated it with a lace fringe trim. You can easily follow the steps below for a variety of garments from crop tops, kimonos, or even shorts.

Find the full tutorial on eBay Style Stories.

This post is brought to you as part of my collaboration with eBay. All ideas and opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting the companies that help make my blog possible!

9 comments:

Sarah Smith said...

That trim is beautiful! I love your kimono as well :)

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Rachel O. said...

It turned out beautifully!Love the outfit as well!
xoxo,
Rachel
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Jade Eclectic said...

Simply lovely!


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Mandy Crandell said...

Such a great look!

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Dosta Radnjanska said...

Great look dear.

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Caitlin Cleland said...

What brand are these flats?! I've been searching and searching for some just like it. I'm loving what you did with them!

Aurelas said...

Don't you have to seal them?

mimi jackson said...

http://www.wardrobesupplies.com/categories/shoe-care/leather-shoe-paint/angelus-leather-sneaker-paint - I would think you would want the right technique and the right kind of paint for the job, to make this last. Very cool!

Dalcekovic Ilijana- Silvana said...

love this!!! thanks for the great idea!!

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