DIY Collection

6:38 PM

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Spending my night sewing military dress, super excited and make my shoulder hurt
until now I had made four DIY dress, four shirts,one pants, one failed high weist jeans, one mid leggings and preen inspired blazer. I promise if I have time I will make the tutorial how to make all of these clothes.

I love made a shirt, it's the easiest for all of them, the hardest is when make blazer and jeans, you should very careful when measure you're body and make the prototype.

Inside My dad's closet

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I opened my dad's closet last night, and got these awesome grey strong shoulder blazer, black military blazer, white lee cooper jeans, blue levi's jeans and lee cooper velvet jeans
I love my dad's closet soo much :p

Next DIY Project
do you have an ideas for me, how I should do with these fabrics
if you have any examples of things you guys think would be inspirational online, link me up
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xxx
june


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72 comments

  1. ♥ Love your blog! And your style is amazing. I will be following your blog! Check out my fashion blog - it's lolavee.blogspot.com I'm selling a variety of vintage clothes and accessories. Follow my blog, if you would like to keep updated when the latest vintage is for sale! Check it out! xoxo ♥

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  2. oh,gosh.I love the DIY projects.
    This project is really huge.I mean,so many beautiful and original clothes.Adorable !

    Goooooooooooooood job,darling :D

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  3. your so talented.. i love the floral print tops.. everything looks so perfect. i cant wait to see the tut on how to make the shirt. maybe i can try it out^^ x

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  4. I really need to start taking up sewing and add it to my long list of hobbies :)
    Have a great weekend!
    xx

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  5. june, keren lho =D
    gue sekarang lagi disuruh bikin dress buat final project =) doaen gue sukses yaa bikinnya.
    btw, u perna study fashion design? =D

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  6. awesome prints on those shirts and your dad has fantastic jeans :) yes yes, post how-to's, would love to see your process!

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  7. Goregous clothes! Well done:)

    I think I'd see those floral fabrics being either a bodycon dress with low back or a tulip skirt:)) or a leotard:D
    Hope I was of a little help:) :**

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  8. Those DIY's are just amazing. I would actually pay money for those in a shop! Impressive.

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  9. I am so in love with those floral tops (:

    Need a new blog layout? Comment me!

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  10. I love the first one :)) Cool!
    www.crunchycheeseme.blogspot.com

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  11. Wow. You are amazing!!!

    Your projects turned out so well.

    I think you should make a romper. Any of those fabrics would be beyond cute.

    lululetty.blogspot.com

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  12. Wow, all the DIYs are amazing! Love the white, sailor type dress. It reminds me of one by Lover.

    xx

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  13. ah, how crazy are your DIYs very pretty, jealous of your skills!

    and...have we swapped links yet?

    xx raez

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  14. Wow your talent is amazing! The floral print tops are my favorites, though it all is great! This makes me want to learn to sew.

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  15. you are very talented, i love the prints you choose for your projects

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  16. oLa!!!! So in love woth the flower dresses the 1st pic. You should launch an online shop. i'll be your loyal costumer. <3333.

    Dad's closet never fails me, my dear.

    <3333. I've linked you, june.

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  17. I really love these prints !
    this is inspiring*
    thx*°*°

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  18. you got a serious talent! it's amazing! i wish i could sew =/

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  19. such a talented DIY-ist !!
    since there are already wayy to many check printed shirts.. maybe you should make those check print fabrics into a blazer..

    the flower print fabrics would make great summer shorts or a 60s shift dress.
    glistersandblisters.blogspot.com

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  20. I lover your DIY projects... especially the first two flower pieces... beautiful!!

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  21. im wilidly jealous right now ... i wish so much that i could sew

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  22. what a lucky discovery! :) and your work is amazing.
    Masha

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  23. Best. prints. ever.
    Seriously. You have skillz :)

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  24. June. You. Are. Awesome.

    You should start your own fashion line dude :]

    Oh anyway, my fave is the white top and the black blazer :]

    Pleeeaaaseee make the tutorial especially for the white top and the blazer ;]

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  25. Way to go! I especially love the floral dress! You inspire me to work on my much delayed diy projects!

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  26. I love your blog! THanks for the comment!
    I love sewing too =] But im too young to make a collection and have it sold =[ but one day!!
    Keep posting
    XX

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  27. I especially love those first two! So creative, and the floral pattern looks really great. What a great idea for a DIY project!
    So are you really interested in making and customising clothes?
    And thanks for commenting. And the camera is definitely worth it, the definition is unbelievable.

    http://clothescamerasandcoffee.blogspot.com/

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  28. what a beautiful blog! you have a great and particoular style! :)

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  29. All of those clothes are amazing!!!! I can't wait for your tutorials, I love sewing and I have a major obsession with jackets, blazers and trenchies. Right now I'm in the middle of drafting a pattern for a mock trench coat sweater:)
    you've got some wicked impressive skills there, keep it up girl!

    ♥I GAVE YOU AN AWARD FOR YOUR BLOG♥

    Olivia

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  30. that's absolutely amazing! you put all my DIY projects to shame :P

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  31. OOOOOOOlala!! Those blazers are really cool. Your blog is pretty fun, you have a great style :D

    xo

    Thanks for stopping by my blog...appreciate it!

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  32. these are such gorgeous DIYs! i love the florals and the pussybow dress - you are so talented xx

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  33. I'll have to try - seriously! I'll let you know how it goes! =)

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  34. that white dress with the bow and the long sleeves is divine!
    lovely blog :)

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  35. ohmygod you complete talent!!!!! you always use the most beautiful fabrics, I love that first item.

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  36. Such a nice blog, with all your DIY ideas!!

    agatiszka.blogspot.com

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  37. I'm impressed!

    xx cody

    codyjune.blogspot.com

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  38. wow you're so talented ! i adore all of the outfits . and your dad must be very stylish . haha . my dad just has shirts inside his closet xp

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  39. love the first and second top :)

    thank you very much for your comment in my blog :)

    kiss from Portugal***

    márcia*

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  40. Gorgeous, darling! Love the blazers!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  41. haha wow, your dad has an an amazing wardrobe! I'd wear his stuff as it is. You're a clever girl with your amazing DIYs!

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  42. Love it! Your projects are so inspiring. I need to work on my own sewing skills more.

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  43. Wow wow wow... Give me that floral dress. Its amazing. Great work sweet :)

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  44. Love the DIYs! The floral dresses and shirts are my favorite. For the check-design fabric, I'd do a cute dress or a kilt-inspired skirt.

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  45. DO you do those clothes??? OMG!
    they are amazing!! COngratulations !I would make things like that!!
    xxx and thank you so much for the comment!

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  46. Your dads closet is like a styling dream! I love menstyle dressing.
    Maybe you could make a fishtail skirt like Luxirares last one?
    Great DIY's, Little miss talent!

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  47. RE: I'm pretty sure you can make it !
    tell me when you've done so.. if can't make it, you can always take the fabric and a sample blazer to tailor and tell the tailor to copy the cutting of the blazer with the fabric . i cant sew, and I always do this with my tailor . hehe

    hope it helps :)
    glistersandblisters.blogspot.com

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  48. i'm so impressed with your DIY ambition! seriously so cool.
    xo

    http://ahautemess.blogspot.com

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  49. no, unfortunately not, my granddad goes a lot and my father went motorbiking along the coast of Bali when he was my age but i've never been :(

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  50. the two garments in the first photo are really great... pre or post diy?

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  51. Your clothes have such amazing prints! ;]

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  52. Wow your DIY's are amazing, you're so talented! When does your online shop gonna open? Can't wait!!

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  53. Definitely puffy bubble skirts and singlets!

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  54. Thanks for the lovely comment. I love your blog so have added you to my blogroll.

    I adore the dress in the first photo.

    Carmen.xx.

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  55. wow these are so great! loving your blog... and yes please, tutorial =)

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  56. Thanks for stopping by my blog:)
    I love yours!

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  57. I'm jealous! Great, great, great! ESPECIALLY your dad's wardrobe :)

    Cheers from Poland!

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  58. You should put the floral pattern on the inside of one of those blazers, that would be so cool! <3

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  59. you made all of those pieces??
    beautiful job; i admire anyone who has the patience and skill to sew sick clothes like that <33
    you have a lovely blog. take care,
    -kels

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  60. you made all of these..amazing :)
    they look great <3<3<3

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  61. You made all this? You are perfect! I am following now :D

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  62. Waahh..seneng deh nemu Blog ka June ^^
    buat ak jd terinspirasi dan semangat juga bikin dress,soalnya ak juga suka jahit2 gitu. kl bisa tunjukin cara buatnya dong ka, soalnya ak paling susah bikin/ jahit kerung leher :(
    Thanks :)

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  63. i think students should wear uniforms because it's esay to point out different people..... you know wat i mean??.Print Tops

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