I Spy DIY Style: Find Fashion You Love and Do It Yourself

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Potter Craft, 2012 - Crafts & Hobbies - 160 pages
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Loved it on the runway? Seen it in a magazine? 
 
Find fashion you love and do it yourself! With a few simple supplies and a range of clever ideas, DIY expert Jenni Radosevich shows you how to make style your own. Transform your basics into designer fashions. Turn hardware store finds into statement necklaces or embellishments for a chic dress. Recreate red carpet-ready looks and add your personal touch.
 
Filled with 30 step-by-step projects inspired by celebrities, designer runways, and classic styles, as well as tips from fashion insiders such as Rachel Roy, Olivia Palermo, and Rebecca Minkoff, I Spy DIY Style has everything you need for easy-to-make looks that will up your style quotient without sacrificing your budget.
 

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User Review  - amyolivia - LibraryThing

Think of this as Semi-Homemade: The Fashion Edition. Radosevich shows where she gets her inspiration then shows how she makes it her own. My favorite project is when she shows how to make a fashion ... Read full review

Contents

0 CONTENTS 8 Introduction
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How to
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Tips for Successful
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Insider Secrets
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RED CARPET READY 48 RIGHT FROM THE RUNWAY
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Pink Feather Earrings 50 Rope Belt
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2 GrommetThreaded Dress 56 Bright Striped Dress and 28 Hemp Hoop Earrings Multicolored Bangles
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Gold Statement Necklace 60 Sheer Scarf Shirt
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Safety Pin Necklace and Ankle 6L Double Pipe Necklace Strap Heels 70 Silver Bauble Necklace
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Growing up in the Midwest, Jenni Radosevich was determined to create her own style. If she saw something in a magazine that she couldn't find in her local department store, she would make the look herself. Working at InStyle, Jenni has become part of the industry she always admired. Her affinity for creating current “looks for less” has manifested into a column for the magazine and a website: ISpy-DIY.com. She lives in New York City.
 
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