I love when a piece you didn't expect to be, reveals itself to be pretty versatile. Cue these brocade pants. I wore them in the fall with my go-to cable knit sweater (here) and the same pumps and handbag. This time, I swapped out the sweater with a t-shirt and a moto vest. The t-shirt says to me "I don't try that hard" (okay fine, I kinda do) while the moto vest says "But I'm cool like that." Wait...you mean, your clothes don't talk to you? And course, I topped the whole thing off with dylanlex inspired stacked necklaces.
And I know some of you have been asking for more info on the Celine t-shirt. I didn't take any pics while making it but here's basically what I did.
Materials: white t-shirt (mine's from Target), black fabric marker, printer
1. I found a good picture of the logo. I enlarged the size and printed it out.
2. I put the printed out logo under the front of the shirt and traced the logo with a pencil.
3. I then went over it with black fabric marker.
The fabric marker was hard to work with and in the end, it didn't turn out as neatly as I would have liked, but that hasn't stopped me from wearing it. I'd love to hear from you if you end up tackling this DIY!