We are so delighted with today’s refashion! It’s simply scrumptious! But we’re getting ahead of ourselves here, so we’ll back up to the beginning. We started with a denim mini by Hartstrings. We picked it up at Goodwill on back to school sale week in the kids department, so ended up paying all of $1!
Annie had been begging for a denim mini refashion like her big sisters, so we grabbed a skirt from her drawer that she didn’t wear too much. Grandma brought it the other day from a thrift store, and it fit great, but looked a little washed out.
Here’s what we did:
Step 1: Cut off the bottom 3 tiers from the floral skirt. This was actually the most time consuming step. This skirt is full!
Step 2: Pinned and sewed on tiers to the bottom of denim mini. We decide to sew them to the outside of the denim mini because we loved the look so well.
That’s it! So easy and so fun!
Total Cost: $
Total Time: 30 minutes
Talent Level: Beginner Seamstress
If you are in love with the photography in this post, you should check out Allegra’s photo shop on ETSY. She has an amazing eye for photography, and a cute model makes everything just right. She recently discovered iPiccy (check it out, it’s free!) and is totally in love with Photoshop-ing!
One reason we knew the washed out pink skirt would work in this denim mini refashion was the light pink stitching detail on the back pockets and skirt. See the hearts? So scrumptiously adorable!
So what do you think? Did you prefer the Washed out before or the Wonderful after? Vote in the poll and let us know what you think in the comment section below!
Make it beautiful,