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Tuesday, November 2, 2010

DIY Tutorial: Nina Ricci Inspired Flower Sash

 Here's a really quick tutorial on how to make a Nina Ricci Inspired Flower Sash!
Its an easy way to make your outfit more romantic and feminine and liven up any dress or pair it with a high waisted pencil skirt and feminine blouse.

Marion Cottliard in Nina Ricci Dress and Flower Sash -Vogue July
Supplies
  • Remnants of 5 different shades of fabric ranging from peach, champagne, purple, and magenta, to violet and cream.  I used silkessense.
  • Ribbon
  • Aleens Fabric Glue
  • Needle and Thread
  • Rubber band
  • This template from Martha Stewart: TEMPLATE (use largest flower)

  
1. Asos Coast Palais Corset Bandeau Dress $162.06
2. The Lovely Flower Sash you just made :)
3. Charlotte Russe Suede Toe Bow Pumps $25.50
You can make variations of this with whatever colors you like. It not only looks great with satin but also with dark gray wool and tweed.
If your running late and need an even faster sash, pin 1 or 2 flower brooches to a ribbon and your ready to go!
Have a lovely day everyone!

14 comments:

  1. So beautiful! Yours is much better than the original. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. LOVE this tutorial - what a stunning accessory!! :)

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  3. Love this (and it's way better than the original.) Great DIY!

    xox
    Grace

    www.stripesandsequins.com

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  4. everyone is right...this is waaaay better than the original and more wearable. i would even do this to the shoulder strap of a dress! thanks for the wonderful DIY! simply lovely!:)

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  5. Wow, that's really stunning! Thanks so much, I'll be linking to this.

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  6. Just beautiful!! thanks for the tutorial, will try it for sure!!

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  7. Beautiful! I love it!
    Thanks for the tutorial!

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  8. I LOVE THIS!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Gorgeous! Love the colors you chose and the size of the ribbon.

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  10. So pretty! You could use these in a ton of places. I love the colors you used! It would be pretty with raw silk.

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