October 3, 2012

DIY: Ankle Chain Booties




I'm currently in love with McQueen's Paddock Booties with the chain on the back ankle situation and all. So I decided to convert a pair of my wedge to something like it. Nothing wrong flattering your back ankle and all and it's pretty easy to do.

Here are the steps:

1. You will need a pair of shoes, needle & thread, chain & chain cutters.

2. Cut the chain into two equal lengths.

3. Sew the chain onto your shoes.

And you're done. Have fun manifesting those back ankle of yours!
{Photos by me}

25 comments:

  1. They look great! Looks very simple too. ^^
    Well, if I were to try it out I'd get it wrong. :P

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  2. Love ittttttttt! Great idea, and really easy to do. Love the result :)

    xxx

    www.darkholicfashion.blogspot.com.es

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  3. Gorgeous DIY!! Love the result :)

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  4. Love it!

    (giveaway iphone case)

    Kiss,
    Laura

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  5. Fabulous! I recently did a shoe DIY too... check it out http://www.lealeaho.co.uk/2012/08/old-new-shoes-diy-style.html hope you like!!

    LeaLea

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  6. that's a cool touch. your diy's are always something to look forward to ;)

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  7. This is ridiculously cute >o<!!!!! I love it!! What an awesome way to revamp your wedges!!

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  8. Great DIY!
    Have a fab Wednesday Hun xoxo
    http://www.intotheblonde.com/

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  9. Another great DIY...love the result.

    hugs
    Andru
    The Black Label

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  10. very creative and cute!! love this DIY! deff bookmarking it :)

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  11. The booties look so original! you are very creative ;)

    xoxo

    eLi

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  12. Great way to jazz up a simple pair of booties.

    xoxo,
    Melissa

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  13. I was going to write, "So now even your shoes are going to be attracting attention!", but that's really nothing new. You have great shoes and a great talent for sparkling them up.

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  14. So simple and so cool! I love this, and I need to try it out ASAP ;) Thanks for the inspiration, and also for the lovely comments on my blog ♥

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  15. What a great DIY! I love gold accents on black shoes.

    -Alyssa
    The Glossy Life

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  16. These are great!!! I just grabbed my ticket for Ottawa Fashion Week on the Saturday- will I see you there?

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  17. Oh, I saw those shoes on Fashion Toast! I'm trying to sell a bunch of my clothing so that I can save up for a them! But I'll probably end up buying a purse...

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  18. Such a simple and fabulous DIY - thank for sharing!

    Kate xo petite-adventures.blogspot.ca

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  19. I love how simple this is and how great the result looks!

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