Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Super Bad DIY Pants Version #2

Hi Darlings,

I am waiting for the lesson upload to finish and it is taking forever so I am posting my DIY OOTD and Lesson 4 part 2 will up this afternoon ;-)

Remember when I made THESE pants? well I LOVE them and knew I would be making more of these because they are supa fly and supa comfy! so last month when I came a cross a fabric at Joann I new it was perfect for this pattern. I won't review the Burda pattern again because I did that in this PREVIOUS post so you can read about it there but HERE is the link to the fabric I used to make them.

Check back this afternoon for Lesson #4 Part 2


DIY Pants (similar) HERE and HERE / F21 Blazer (old) similar HERE /
 Jessica Simpson Platforms HERE / Target White Tank / F21 Necklace (old) 












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31 comments:

  1. *faints* I. Love. I saw a fab printed fabric at the fabric store the other day that would be PERFECT for this pattern. Did I mention that I LOVE these pants?

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  2. I pretty much love everything you wear but this outfit/shoe combo is SO hot!! Love!!

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  3. Very nice. I picked up some this fabric as well. Love what you did with it.

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  4. Those pants are bad ass Mimi! Love, love, love the print!

    Mo

    WhoisthatgirlMo

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  5. Very simple but also chic love it great job

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  6. This is such a hot look, love the pants and the tank top you are wearing, - you, as per usual, look fabulous!!

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  7. So cute! Defintetely on trend with the ethnic print garments that hit the runway for S/S 2013.

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  8. That's what I'm talking about, lady!!! If we were playing GTA I'd say "I need this!" and chuck you out of your pants. Being in the real world I'll just practise on my skirt and then go on to check out the pants pattern.

    love, Toni

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  9. Another winner Ms. G! This Burda pattern is on my list of things to sew. I LOVE these pants. Problem the pattern doesn't go up to my waist size of 42 and I'm a novice completely unsure of how to alter the pattern, but I will learn.I will have these pants in the next few months. Trust.

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  10. I. Love. Those. Pants... Period. This whole look is fantabulous (^_^)

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  11. Ahhh Mimi they look banging!!
    also love the nail polish colour, looks like Opi over the taupe ;) but I may be way off hah

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  12. Hi Mimi, I'm in love with your original version and the one above. I am with Ms. Reesy above, it doesn't come in size. In your opinion do you think alterations would be difficult with this pattern?

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  13. Loveeeeeeee, these pants!! You are soo inspiring me to learn how to sew. FABULOUS!

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  14. Bravo on those pants!!!

    http://www.hand-pickedstyle.com/

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  15. Mimi I've had that Burda pattern for a few months. I will have to make the pants now. I have 2 pair that I have to make though first. They look great!!!

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  16. Love the style and print of the pants..very versatile look..Fabulous Mimi!

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  17. Those pants are the business. You gotta put that in your store to purchase along side that skirt.

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  18. Drooling on your pants!!!!!! You are one of the reasons my sewing machine doesn't have dust on it anymore. Brava!

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  19. I love and need these pants in my life... Girl you make me wanna learn how to sew!

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  20. Getting this pattern THIS WEEKEND! I am pants-inspired! :)

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  21. I just love love love these pants and you are an inspiration!

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  22. Such a great fit and print on these pants.

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  23. Wow! I'm in love with these pants!

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  24. so, i dont saw but how can i get these pants?

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Thank you for taking time to comment ;-)

xoxo
mimi g.