DIY: Faux Fur Printed Vest

So I realize it’s almost December and vest weather is long gone for some of you, but I live in sunny Southern California and it’s barely vest weather around these parts. This week I realized a printed faux fur vest was missing from my collection. Bring on the fabric, bring on the scissors, bring on the super easy DIY project…

Materials: Faux Fur Fabric, Scissors

Seriously, this is so easy! Do you guys remember the leather and fur trim vest I made for the Today Show? If not then click here for a refresher. This project is even easier because we’re skipping a step.

Start by making a run to your local fabric store and purchase a strip of faux fur fabric. Then, cut it to measure about half a yard in width by 1 yard in length. Your fabric should be shaped like a rectangle. You might need to adjust the measurements or trim the vest slightly to fit your body. Now, lay your fabric out completely flat and about 6 inches from the top, in the middle of the rectangle, cut two slips in the fabric for your arms about 12 inches apart. I used my sharpie marker to draw mark the spaces so I new exactly where my arm holes should go.

Yes basically we just cut two holes in a piece of fabric and now we’re wearing it as a vest. Yes! Yes we are! Sometimes it’s just about how you wear it.

Style Notes: Shirt by Target | Jeans by Citizens of Humanity | Sunnies by Marc by Marc Jacobs | Belt by H&M | Shoes by Target with Glitter DIY by Glitter ‘N Glue | Bag by Shoemint Handbags

I gave the full glitz makeover to these Target pumps last season. Clearly I’m obsessed with making my shoes sparkle.

DIYers Note: Use painters tape to section off areas of your shoes before adding the glue and glitter.

This vest is great for layering looks fab belted…

or unbelted flowing in the wind!

  • Panda_chan - I’ve been following your Blog for a while now and I’ve got to say, I love ALL your outfits! They are so amazing and suit you so well. *__*
    It’s so much fun just reading and going through all your DIYs even though I, myself can’t make most of them. =P
    Keep the creativity flowing.
    P.S-> You’re gorgeous. :)
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  • DressedinMYcloset - I think that I am going to run to the fabric store now! This DIY is fabulous!ReplyCancel

  • stellamariee - God i love these shoes!!ReplyCancel

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