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Nochmal / Post-apokalyptischen Punk Bralette Julie Tasse / | Etsy

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Die Julie Bralette ist eine handgefertigte nochmal-Stil-Top aus mehreren verschiedenen grünen Baumwollstoffen hergestellt. Es ist Handbleached und verziert mit Nieten, Nieten und Flecken. Seine schmalen braunen elastischen Hosenträgern Kreuz auf der Rückseite. Die oberen Spitzen auf beiden Seiten, seinen Umfang leicht angepasst werden kann. Kann man mit einem Unterbrust Umfang zwischen 70 cm / 27.56″ und 80 cm / 31.49″ und ein Kragenweite A.





Remaking your clothes: Goth DIY

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Gothically yours….: Remaking your clothes: Goth DIY The autumn finally came as well as the need to change some items in my wardrobe. I need new trousers, new tops, shirts and so on. I don’t like spending big amount of money on clothes unless it’s a specific piece like this skirt I really want 🙂 I don’t know where all buckles and hardcore items went from my wardrobe. There never was much of them to begin with. But now all I have are laced skirts, tops and velvet jackets 😀 I have only a one pair of wearable pats and they are black denim trousers… I need to add back some industrial or at least something more edgy. Or else I’m gonna turn in to big pile of frills. Not that it’s bad, but it’s just that I don’t want it at the moment. I like my style to be versatile. From romantic to edgy. In order not to store to much clothes I do a trade with myself. If a new item comes, an old one has to go… First of all I need to get (or to make) myself a pair of trousers. I have a pair I don’t’ wear at all and they are particular new. I’ll try to sell them or trade them into something more me. So somethings like this. They look quite comfortable It’s always hard for me to pick trousers. I hate when the waist is to low and every time you sit you reveal your underwear. I don’t like when it’s to tight and you can feel every stitch on you legs. But too wide pant looks so so. There is no such problems with skirt 😀 They are rather all comfortable or too short to feel comfortable 😀 My best outfit during winter was warm leggings and knee length skirt. It was even warmer then wearing pants and we have quite cold winters. And plus your boots are not covered how it usually happens while wearing pants 😉 And for the top I thing I’ll have something like this I love tops with open shoulder and the straps makes it comfortable to wear. I never threw out all kinds of belts and straps from old clothes, because I can use them on new ones. For example, you can take a simple black long sleeve shirt. Cut the neckline (2), add the straps (3) on shoulders or even on the chest if there are no applications already. Or you can go further, cut the sleeves and add lace, fishnet or straps between them (4). For more romantic look use wide ribbon on shoulders and decorate the cut with the lace of your choice;) It will take a hour or less, but you’ll have something unique and totally yours;) So never throw out an old stuff with still good straps or buckles on it. cut them out and save 😉 And zippers… Black zippers are a super fast way to gothisise your stuff. Like here. Just add zippers on a stripped (or not) blouse and voila 🙂 You can always combine two old pieces to make a new one. For example take a top of an old piece with beautiful sleeves whos bottom got ripped ore something and a striped bottom of another piece who’s neckline maybe is not looking good anymore. Just sew them together on the chest line… …and add buckles for heaver look 😉 I had a whole box of cut out goodies, but throw them out while moving out to have less things to take with me. But I always search for an interesting details in second hand shops. I remember once buying pants only for the buckles since the pants were in a bad condition but had absolutely perfect straps with buckles on them 🙂 So good luck. i hope it was helpful. Tell me if you want more ideas on remaking your clothes 😉



DIY No Sew Cloak Gown & Boot Covers

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DIY Over the Knee Boot Covers I love simple base pieces for Halloween or Cosplay that are versatile to wear for all types of costumes (and also as real clothing). Just simply change up the fabric, colors, and accessories and you can be just about anything with this simple cloak gown. The over the knee boot covers are something I’ve been wanting to make for a long time. Of course I had to go dramatic and add the lace-up eyelet details. You can again make these in all types of fabrics to match your costume or style. Dritz has all the right supplies and products to make your dream Halloween costume come true. Check out the tutorials below to make your own boot covers and cloak gown. Supplies: Dritz 2-Part Eyelet Tools Dritz 2-Part Eyelets (the higher the boot the more you need, I used 4 packs) Dritz Pliers Dritz 1/2″ elastic 1 yard vinyl fabric hammer 2-4 yards of cording DIY Instructions: Create a pattern like the photo above. Start with a rectangle as a template and add the curve for the boot heel and a slant for the top of the boot. Then use your measurements and create the the rest. Just be sure to add a 1″ to 1 1/2″ seam allowance. Place the front and back pieces right sides together and sew the back part of the boot cover. If you don’t want eyelets, sew the front part as well. Then just add the elastic a few steps down. For the eyelets in the front. Fold the front edges over 1/2″. Top stitch along the raw edge. Mark 1.5″ dots along the hem of one side. You will want to make sure you have an odd number of marks. I did 15 and the eyelet kits come with 15. Fold the front pieces together and mark along the other side so they match. Use the Dritz pliers to cut holes over the marks. Full video here. Use the 2-Part Tools and 2-Part Eyelets and hammer away. Full instructions here and video here. Hem the top and bottom edges. Pin the elastic as shown in the photo. Sew a zig zag stitch to secure along the edge. Lace up with 2 yards of cording starting at the bottom and tie at the top. Repeat for the other boot cover. Even try them short with heels. Supplies: 2 yards knit fabric (preferably with 4-way stretch and 60″ wide) Tab Closure with Snap Fold your fabric in half as shown in the illustration above. Mark 8″ from the fold and 10″ from the selvage and cut through both layers 6″ down. These are your arm holes. Then I used the tab closure with snap to hold the middle together (this is optional). You will want to try it on to see where you want to place the closures so it fits properly. I sewed the tabs on just like I did here. I attached these skeleton hands I had in my stash for a “Halloween” look. If you don’t want a closure you can simply tie it in the back and it’s the perfect wrap dress. No need to finish the edges as it’s knit. I did intentionally make sure the selvage was along the front so you have a naturally finished edge to begin with. I love this look. All I need to do is add my skeleton crown and a choker and I’m the Queen of Halloween. Try this in other fabrics to meet your cosplay style: a white satin for a Greek Goddess or Angel, a red taffeta for a vampire…this list goes on. *In collaboration with Dritz. I received compensation from Dritz®, and some of the materials featured here or used in this project were provided free of charge by Dritz®. All opinions are my own. SaveSave



Red And Black Street Fashion Gothic Punk Irregular Mini Skirt

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I love simple base pieces for Halloween or Cosplay that are versatile to wear for all types of costumes (and also as real clothing). Just simply change up the fabric, colors, and accessories and you can be just about anything with this simple cloak gown. The over the knee boot covers are something I’ve been wanting to make for a long time. Of course I had to go dramatic and add the lace-up eyelet details. You can again make these in all types of fabrics to match your costume or style. Dritz has all the right supplies and products to make your dream Halloween costume come true. Check out the tutorials below to make your own boot covers and cloak gown. Supplies: Dritz 2-Part Eyelet Tools Dritz 2-Part Eyelets (the higher the boot the more you need, I used 4 packs) Dritz Pliers Dritz 1/2″ elastic 1 yard vinyl fabric hammer 2-4 yards of cording DIY Instructions: Create a pattern like the photo above. Start with a rectangle as a template and add the curve for the boot heel and a slant for the top of the boot. Then use your measurements and create the the rest. Just be sure to add a 1″ to 1 1/2″ seam allowance. Place the front and back pieces right sides together and sew the back part of the boot cover. If you don’t want eyelets, sew the front part as well. Then just add the elastic a few steps down. For the eyelets in the front. Fold the front edges over 1/2″. Top stitch along the raw edge. Mark 1.5″ dots along the hem of one side. You will want to make sure you have an odd number of marks. I did 15 and the eyelet kits come with 15. Fold the front pieces together and mark along the other side so they match. Use the Dritz pliers to cut holes over the marks. Full video here. Use the 2-Part Tools and 2-Part Eyelets and hammer away. Full instructions here and video here. Hem the top and bottom edges. Pin the elastic as shown in the photo. Sew a zig zag stitch to secure along the edge. Lace up with 2 yards of cording starting at the bottom and tie at the top. Repeat for the other boot cover. Even try them short with heels. Supplies: 2 yards knit fabric (preferably with 4-way stretch and 60″ wide) Tab Closure with Snap Fold your fabric in half as shown in the illustration above. Mark 8″ from the fold and 10″ from the selvage and cut through both layers 6″ down. These are your arm holes. Then I used the tab closure with snap to hold the middle together (this is optional). You will want to try it on to see where you want to place the closures so it fits properly. I sewed the tabs on just like I did here. I attached these skeleton hands I had in my stash for a “Halloween” look. If you don’t want a closure you can simply tie it in the back and it’s the perfect wrap dress. No need to finish the edges as it’s knit. I did intentionally make sure the selvage was along the front so you have a naturally finished edge to begin with. I love this look. All I need to do is add my skeleton crown and a choker and I’m the Queen of Halloween. Try this in other fabrics to meet your cosplay style: a white satin for a Greek Goddess or Angel, a red taffeta for a vampire…this list goes on. *In collaboration with Dritz. I received compensation from Dritz®, and some of the materials featured here or used in this project were provided free of charge by Dritz®. All opinions are my own. SaveSave





Plus Size ANGELIQUE Taffetta Bustle Skirt STEAMPUNK GOTH | Etsy

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I love simple base pieces for Halloween or Cosplay that are versatile to wear for all types of costumes (and also as real clothing). Just simply change up the fabric, colors, and accessories and you can be just about anything with this simple cloak gown. The over the knee boot covers are something I’ve been wanting to make for a long time. Of course I had to go dramatic and add the lace-up eyelet details. You can again make these in all types of fabrics to match your costume or style. Dritz has all the right supplies and products to make your dream Halloween costume come true. Check out the tutorials below to make your own boot covers and cloak gown. Supplies: Dritz 2-Part Eyelet Tools Dritz 2-Part Eyelets (the higher the boot the more you need, I used 4 packs) Dritz Pliers Dritz 1/2″ elastic 1 yard vinyl fabric hammer 2-4 yards of cording DIY Instructions: Create a pattern like the photo above. Start with a rectangle as a template and add the curve for the boot heel and a slant for the top of the boot. Then use your measurements and create the the rest. Just be sure to add a 1″ to 1 1/2″ seam allowance. Place the front and back pieces right sides together and sew the back part of the boot cover. If you don’t want eyelets, sew the front part as well. Then just add the elastic a few steps down. For the eyelets in the front. Fold the front edges over 1/2″. Top stitch along the raw edge. Mark 1.5″ dots along the hem of one side. You will want to make sure you have an odd number of marks. I did 15 and the eyelet kits come with 15. Fold the front pieces together and mark along the other side so they match. Use the Dritz pliers to cut holes over the marks. Full video here. Use the 2-Part Tools and 2-Part Eyelets and hammer away. Full instructions here and video here. Hem the top and bottom edges. Pin the elastic as shown in the photo. Sew a zig zag stitch to secure along the edge. Lace up with 2 yards of cording starting at the bottom and tie at the top. Repeat for the other boot cover. Even try them short with heels. Supplies: 2 yards knit fabric (preferably with 4-way stretch and 60″ wide) Tab Closure with Snap Fold your fabric in half as shown in the illustration above. Mark 8″ from the fold and 10″ from the selvage and cut through both layers 6″ down. These are your arm holes. Then I used the tab closure with snap to hold the middle together (this is optional). You will want to try it on to see where you want to place the closures so it fits properly. I sewed the tabs on just like I did here. I attached these skeleton hands I had in my stash for a “Halloween” look. If you don’t want a closure you can simply tie it in the back and it’s the perfect wrap dress. No need to finish the edges as it’s knit. I did intentionally make sure the selvage was along the front so you have a naturally finished edge to begin with. I love this look. All I need to do is add my skeleton crown and a choker and I’m the Queen of Halloween. Try this in other fabrics to meet your cosplay style: a white satin for a Greek Goddess or Angel, a red taffeta for a vampire…this list goes on. *In collaboration with Dritz. I received compensation from Dritz®, and some of the materials featured here or used in this project were provided free of charge by Dritz®. All opinions are my own. SaveSave



DIY Garter | Bow Knee High Garter

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I love simple base pieces for Halloween or Cosplay that are versatile to wear for all types of costumes (and also as real clothing). Just simply change up the fabric, colors, and accessories and you can be just about anything with this simple cloak gown. The over the knee boot covers are something I’ve been wanting to make for a long time. Of course I had to go dramatic and add the lace-up eyelet details. You can again make these in all types of fabrics to match your costume or style. Dritz has all the right supplies and products to make your dream Halloween costume come true. Check out the tutorials below to make your own boot covers and cloak gown. Supplies: Dritz 2-Part Eyelet Tools Dritz 2-Part Eyelets (the higher the boot the more you need, I used 4 packs) Dritz Pliers Dritz 1/2″ elastic 1 yard vinyl fabric hammer 2-4 yards of cording DIY Instructions: Create a pattern like the photo above. Start with a rectangle as a template and add the curve for the boot heel and a slant for the top of the boot. Then use your measurements and create the the rest. Just be sure to add a 1″ to 1 1/2″ seam allowance. Place the front and back pieces right sides together and sew the back part of the boot cover. If you don’t want eyelets, sew the front part as well. Then just add the elastic a few steps down. For the eyelets in the front. Fold the front edges over 1/2″. Top stitch along the raw edge. Mark 1.5″ dots along the hem of one side. You will want to make sure you have an odd number of marks. I did 15 and the eyelet kits come with 15. Fold the front pieces together and mark along the other side so they match. Use the Dritz pliers to cut holes over the marks. Full video here. Use the 2-Part Tools and 2-Part Eyelets and hammer away. Full instructions here and video here. Hem the top and bottom edges. Pin the elastic as shown in the photo. Sew a zig zag stitch to secure along the edge. Lace up with 2 yards of cording starting at the bottom and tie at the top. Repeat for the other boot cover. Even try them short with heels. Supplies: 2 yards knit fabric (preferably with 4-way stretch and 60″ wide) Tab Closure with Snap Fold your fabric in half as shown in the illustration above. Mark 8″ from the fold and 10″ from the selvage and cut through both layers 6″ down. These are your arm holes. Then I used the tab closure with snap to hold the middle together (this is optional). You will want to try it on to see where you want to place the closures so it fits properly. I sewed the tabs on just like I did here. I attached these skeleton hands I had in my stash for a “Halloween” look. If you don’t want a closure you can simply tie it in the back and it’s the perfect wrap dress. No need to finish the edges as it’s knit. I did intentionally make sure the selvage was along the front so you have a naturally finished edge to begin with. I love this look. All I need to do is add my skeleton crown and a choker and I’m the Queen of Halloween. Try this in other fabrics to meet your cosplay style: a white satin for a Greek Goddess or Angel, a red taffeta for a vampire…this list goes on. *In collaboration with Dritz. I received compensation from Dritz®, and some of the materials featured here or used in this project were provided free of charge by Dritz®. All opinions are my own. SaveSave



RTBU Gothic Punk Rock Bondage Strappy Laser Cut Cage Legging Show Dance Club | eBay

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I love simple base pieces for Halloween or Cosplay that are versatile to wear for all types of costumes (and also as real clothing). Just simply change up the fabric, colors, and accessories and you can be just about anything with this simple cloak gown. The over the knee boot covers are something I’ve been wanting to make for a long time. Of course I had to go dramatic and add the lace-up eyelet details. You can again make these in all types of fabrics to match your costume or style. Dritz has all the right supplies and products to make your dream Halloween costume come true. Check out the tutorials below to make your own boot covers and cloak gown. Supplies: Dritz 2-Part Eyelet Tools Dritz 2-Part Eyelets (the higher the boot the more you need, I used 4 packs) Dritz Pliers Dritz 1/2″ elastic 1 yard vinyl fabric hammer 2-4 yards of cording DIY Instructions: Create a pattern like the photo above. Start with a rectangle as a template and add the curve for the boot heel and a slant for the top of the boot. Then use your measurements and create the the rest. Just be sure to add a 1″ to 1 1/2″ seam allowance. Place the front and back pieces right sides together and sew the back part of the boot cover. If you don’t want eyelets, sew the front part as well. Then just add the elastic a few steps down. For the eyelets in the front. Fold the front edges over 1/2″. Top stitch along the raw edge. Mark 1.5″ dots along the hem of one side. You will want to make sure you have an odd number of marks. I did 15 and the eyelet kits come with 15. Fold the front pieces together and mark along the other side so they match. Use the Dritz pliers to cut holes over the marks. Full video here. Use the 2-Part Tools and 2-Part Eyelets and hammer away. Full instructions here and video here. Hem the top and bottom edges. Pin the elastic as shown in the photo. Sew a zig zag stitch to secure along the edge. Lace up with 2 yards of cording starting at the bottom and tie at the top. Repeat for the other boot cover. Even try them short with heels. Supplies: 2 yards knit fabric (preferably with 4-way stretch and 60″ wide) Tab Closure with Snap Fold your fabric in half as shown in the illustration above. Mark 8″ from the fold and 10″ from the selvage and cut through both layers 6″ down. These are your arm holes. Then I used the tab closure with snap to hold the middle together (this is optional). You will want to try it on to see where you want to place the closures so it fits properly. I sewed the tabs on just like I did here. I attached these skeleton hands I had in my stash for a “Halloween” look. If you don’t want a closure you can simply tie it in the back and it’s the perfect wrap dress. No need to finish the edges as it’s knit. I did intentionally make sure the selvage was along the front so you have a naturally finished edge to begin with. I love this look. All I need to do is add my skeleton crown and a choker and I’m the Queen of Halloween. Try this in other fabrics to meet your cosplay style: a white satin for a Greek Goddess or Angel, a red taffeta for a vampire…this list goes on. *In collaboration with Dritz. I received compensation from Dritz®, and some of the materials featured here or used in this project were provided free of charge by Dritz®. All opinions are my own. SaveSave





Gucci-Inspired Neck Cutout Top

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T-Shirt DIY easy peasy, right? *fails a bunch of times* *flips tables* More Get the full instructions here.



Remaking your clothes: Goth DIY

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The autumn finally came as well as the need to change some items in my wardrobe. I need new trousers, new tops, shirts and so on. I don’t l…



THREE WAYS TO STYLE AN OVERSIZED TEE

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The autumn finally came as well as the need to change some items in my wardrobe. I need new trousers, new tops, shirts and so on. I don’t l…





Bat Pattern Overalls

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Note: This is a Pre-sale Item, your order will be held until everything is finished. Most pre-sale items will be shipped within 15 business days  Material 12% Spandex, 88% Polyester  Cold Wash  Available Colors: Lilac, Black, & Grey  Adjustable Straps    Model is 5’2 with a 28″ waist wearing a size Medium



Destruction Unit Top

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Note: This is a Pre-sale Item, your order will be held until everything is finished. Most pre-sale items will be shipped within 15 business days  Material 12% Spandex, 88% Polyester  Cold Wash  Available Colors: Lilac, Black, & Grey  Adjustable Straps    Model is 5’2 with a 28″ waist wearing a size Medium



LUCKY LOSER DIY CLOTHES

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OHMYG! I WANT THIS IN A JEAN JACKET! -TessaNote: This is a Pre-sale Item, your order will be held until everything is finished. Most pre-sale items will be shipped within 15 business days  Material 12% Spandex, 88% Polyester  Cold Wash  Available Colors: Lilac, Black, & Grey  Adjustable Straps    Model is 5’2 with a 28″ waist wearing a size Medium





Goth Thin High Waist Zipper Crisscross Women’s Shorts

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Shorts are made from polyester material and they come in three different sizes. They are high waist and have a zipper fly and are micro elastic. The shorts have a crisscross decoration on the sides giving it a flirty and bold look. They can be paired with thigh high boots and are perfect for a night out.



Dis-Moi High Heel Stockings

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Shorts are made from polyester material and they come in three different sizes. They are high waist and have a zipper fly and are micro elastic. The shorts have a crisscross decoration on the sides giving it a flirty and bold look. They can be paired with thigh high boots and are perfect for a night out.