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rostfrei by a. röstel - Kleid Tunika Asymmetrie black - Winter 2015

rostfrei by a. röstel - Kleid Tunika Asymmetrie black - Winter 2015

Vou fazer, o que acham?

Vou fazer, o que acham?

Creative Darning. Great idea!.

Creative Darning. Great idea!.

DIY Refashion Ideas to Make Clothes Last | DIY Refashioned Jeans by DIY Ready at http://diyready.com/22-diy-hacks-to-make-your-clothing-last-longer/

DIY Refashion Ideas to Make Clothes Last | DIY Refashioned Jeans by DIY Ready at http://diyready.com/22-diy-hacks-to-make-your-clothing-last-longer/

Fácil e sofisticado

Fácil e sofisticado

DIY Jeans to shorts. :)

DIY Jeans to shorts. :)

¿Es o no es una chulada? Personaliza tu ropa con viejas cremalleras recicladas... Deja volar tu imaginación! Sé diferente. Crea tu mundo. LOVE DIY. Be different. Create your World.

¿Es o no es una chulada? Personaliza tu ropa con viejas cremalleras recicladas... Deja volar tu imaginación! Sé diferente. Crea tu mundo. LOVE DIY. Be different. Create your World.

This photo shows you how vintage garments can be worn - To buy vintage women's and men's clothing customized with our unique distressing and conditioning technique go to Etsy and view VolkmarsGeneralStore - We look forward to working with you~

This photo shows you how vintage garments can be worn - To buy vintage women's and men's clothing customized with our unique distressing and conditioning technique go to Etsy and view VolkmarsGeneralStore - We look forward to working with you~

Boro is the age old Japanese art of mending textiles and is literally translated as rags or scraps of cloth. As far back as the 17th century, peasants, merchants and artisans would patch up clothing and quilts using scraps of old kimonos or hemp fabric, making the garment last long enough to be

Boro is the age old Japanese art of mending textiles and is literally translated as rags or scraps of cloth. As far back as the 17th century, peasants, merchants and artisans would patch up clothing and quilts using scraps of old kimonos or hemp fabric, making the garment last long enough to be