November 13, 2012

DIY: Studded Sleeve Coat




Lately I'm seeing a lot of coats with wrist details and I really like the look, so this weekend I decided to DIY one of my existing coat.

Here are the steps

1. You would need black grossgrain ribbon, gold studs, a jacket and glue.

2. Cut the ribbon into 4 equal lengths. Make sure each length is long enough to wrap about the sleeve with an extra inch to spare.

3. Place the studs onto the ribbon in equal lengths. Glue the studded ribbon onto the sleeve.

And you're done. Oooh fancy sleeve bedazzle you fancy huh.
 {Photos by Sabrina and me}

53 comments:

  1. looks great and so fashionable!!!

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  2. Awesome idea!! It looks to professional!

    SSSx

    www.stylestreetstalker.com

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  3. love this jacket.. so stylish and chic. great DIY hun. xx

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  4. Love this trend that I'm seeing and using ribbon and studs is a really clever and easy way to get it. I posted a photo and link back to your blog (with photo credit) on my Tumblr Blog.

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  5. Cute! Where's your coat from?

    Charlotte
    www.deconstrut.blogspot.ca

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  6. Love the way the jacket turn out, so gorgeous!
    Love it!
    Kisses.

    http://blogdavicm.blogspot.com.br/

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  7. Another fabulous tutorial Julie, wish I was as creative as you!
    Have a fab Tuesday Hun xoxo
    http://www.intotheblonde.com/

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  8. What a simple diy project that really gives the jacket an overall make-over. I love the military style effect that your cuffs give it.

    http://fashionistanygirl.blogspot.com/

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  9. Awesome jacket! Very inspiring DIY! Thanks for sharing!

    XOXO from the Netherlands,
    Lucia

    ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤

    http://luciafloresdesigndiary.blogspot.com

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  10. I love how it came out, it looks amazing! Another great DIY!

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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  11. Love it! Looks like part of the jacket :D

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  12. The small details that make a huge difference! I love how it turned out ;)

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  13. very nice DIY dear!!
    good job
    kisses

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  14. WOW YOU LOOK GREAT!


    much love

    www.princessofcalifornia.blogspot.com

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  15. Coooooooooooooo-ol! :-D LOVE IT!

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  16. Really cool this DIY because it´s easy not is expensive and the results are really cool!

    Xoxo

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  17. Thank you for the lobe
    Y comment in my blog- the park has loads of those "rabbit holes" and mounds all over it. I always felt the it was a little bit magical when I was little so maybe it is wonderland :)
    Your jacket looks AMAZING!
    X

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  18. I dont even know why I act surprised when you do something - so far, everything you have created is super awesome!! i love this idea! i wish you live close to me so we can have a saturday of DIYs...lol

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  19. No sewing! I might actually be able to DIY that too.

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  20. Ah, I love this idea, such a simple DIY! They also sell pre-studded ribbon like this at places like Joann Fabrics, to make it even simpler!

    x lauren
    http://slowburnfastburn.com

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  21. I love how fierce this is, without being overpowering!

    Btw, I've nominated you for the Sunshine Award!

    SaraM
    http://clochedeletoile.blogspot.com

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  22. Wonderful look! All of your DIYs are so simple and easy to follow!

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  23. These are pretty cool. Love the idea.
    xx Tanya
    http://aciddreamsandsugarhighs.blogspot.com/

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  24. this is awesome. makes the outfit look more edgy :)

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  25. just a couple of days ago, i was wondering what DIY julie will come up with next? then, you nailed the coolness yet again!

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  28. So cool! Where do you get your studs???

    www.fiercefashionator.blogspot.ca

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  29. this is one amazing DIY!

    www.frankvinyl.com

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  30. That is the perfect DIY for that amazing military jacket! <3

    Trendy Teal

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  31. This is SO cool!

    Love,
    Jolien

    http://julianaandthedaydream.blogspot.be

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  32. love this DIY, it's awesome! The jacket is beautiful :)

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  33. Amazing DIY and the jacket is gorgeous! Thank you for your comment on my blog!

    Have a nice day!

    Love,
    Lemiza

    www.lemizysconfessionbook.com

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  34. What a great idea!!! I absolutely LOVE how it turned out, so chic and original.

    www.thejoyoffashion.blogspot.com

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  35. You make such cool and easy DIYs. The coat looked great before, but even better after.

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  36. Nice DIY, that totally spices up the jacket! :) ♥

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  37. So cool!

    Kate xo petite-advenures.blogspot.ca

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