Another DIY today. It is seriously addicting. Once you alter one piece of clothing, you can't help doing a few more, then you realize that there are sooo many other things in your wardrobe that might benefit from a tad bit of alteration. And then you suddenly get the urge to perforate/fabric paint/generally destroy virtually every piece of clothing in your wardrobe. And then you realize you won't even get to finish because your mother is now sending you to a mental institution. (Okay, sometimes I get a little carried away) but the point is, small DIY projects are easy and fun and they can look really, really rad, and not like you did it yourself at all. (If it is, in fact, completely obvious that you did it yourself, you might want to consider it a failed project.) Doing DIYs can reinvent your wardrobe, give use out of items you wouldn't otherwise wear, save you tons of money, and they are even kind to our good friend, mother nature.
I endured a lot of pain on this particular DIY, stitch rippers are deadlier than they appear my friends, hope you like.
thrifted/DIY top, h&m faux leather skirt, aa socks and bandeau, jeffery campbell shoes