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Amazing MUXU, really. Takes the chain to another level!

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01-09-2008
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i really like the idea of this top, but want to switch out the brown fabric on the bottom for a red fabric


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do you think this would be relatively easy for most tailors? the website says its 100% modal, so im thinking it shouldnt be too hard to make the fabrics cohesive if i just buy a 100% modal red fabric


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please remember to add credits (the source) of pictures you post at tFS rsnapple or they have to be deleted Part of the tFS Rules

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oops sorry didnt know it was needed for stuff on online stores. its from couturecandy.com

 
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Educo and Muxu those things are amazing!!

I just did my first major modification on a pair of Roc boots... they were knee high lace ups (leather) and i could never wear them without feeling like a hooker... i just don't know why.. so i grab a pair of scissors and cut across them just above the ankle... now they are balenciaga-esque looking.. or better said Ann D inspired...

i'll post up pics soon

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Wow
this forum is great.
i dont know if this post fits here.. but i made a necklace inspired by the tvpicture..i dont know if it's familiar everywhere.. but it is in scandinavia..



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^I'm not familiar.. but that looks so cool.

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Wow Educo, love what you did with that shirt in post #885.
Btw, I just clicked your blog and saw MY Givenchy booties!! You B!tch, I have wanted those forever!!!!

Hope you love them.

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^^^ LOL, I wanted them GIVENCHY BOOTIES FOREVER TOO! They are hard to break in ( i have very narrow heels) but I love them.

Wait until you see what I'm customizing next!! It is off the hook!!

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Here is the progress of my new customization. I'm attempting to remix fishnets into the famous spiderweb stockings from Rodarte.
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Cool! How are you re-attaching the threads?
Is this part of something for school...if so, what's the brief?

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Cool! How are you re-attaching the threads?
Is this part of something for school...if so, what's the brief?
It's a series of knots, and twists and cutting, etc. No, it's not for school, I just want those Rodarte tights!! So I decided to take matters into my own hands.

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Finally finished them!
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Greeeeeeeeat job! they look soo good on you! but i have a question, did you just cut and knot or added more threads? cause yours seem like theres more threads in them. any way, good job!

 
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I would cut as I ran out. I would change the thickness of the threads, so it wouldn't make sense to add along. But that's a good idea if I decide to do a stocking with threads of the same size.

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