excuse me while i kiss the sky


Shoes: Baker's skirt: buffalo, purse: bcbg top: DIY by me

Painting, cooking...and now apparently tie dye are on my list of things to AVOID. I seriously harm myself each time I try to do any of these activities and was actually worried that my hands would be permanent blue for life. Thank you bleach.

As soon as I saw the Proenza Schouler look on style.com from S/S 2010...I pulled a Joey Lawrence and was like "WOAH". I loved it. And wanted it. When Whowhatwear did a post on how to make a DIY version of the top...I was down and immediately got to work.

It took about an hour and a half to fully complete it...and although my hands suffered for a bit...it was quite worth it and I was happy with the results. Follow the Whowhatwear instructions to try it out!


tess stam said...

i love it!


Carly said...

It looks great, I hated tie dye but Proenza Schouler makes it work. I had an accident with gloss paint the other week resulting in my hands permanently stained bright white for a few days. Not a good look.


myedit said...

Holy! That looks really good, not all cheap ass DIY (I know I'm a hater but sometimes these things look ghetto)... have your hands returned to normal yet?

'Lee said...

this is an amazing DIY!
It actually nearly looks like it.

Theory of a fashion victim

Fashionable Earth said...

We just had a Proenza Schouler tie-dye party last night, love it :) http://fashionableearth.org/blog/2010/04/06/diy-proenza-schouler-tie-dye/

veronicaa said...

Great idea!!!
Turned out awesome.
Xo Veronica

Couture said...

Looks good!


Fiamma said...

love the skirt! so cute and stylish:) and the shoes are perfect :) I have almost the sam actually :)

Shoelosophy said...

i want to tie dye something!!! i haven't since i was small and in summer camp! love what you did!!


Amanda DiPasquale [Not A Model] said...

this is amazing!!

Clare said...

Wow, awesome, very Proenza! I was thinking that before I even scrolled down.

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t said...

Cool shirt! Good job. :)


Marta from With Love... said...

That is amazing :) wow...you did an incredible job!


la petite fashionista said...

your DIY proenza top is dead on. it was my favorite look of s/s 10 and i love your recreation! ah im feeling so inspired now to try it out myself!!

Kimberly said...


Love your DIY shirt! Will be you doing a follow up post on the steps taken to create your shirt or let us know where you picked up the dyes?

MARISA said...

hey Kim,
I actually just followed the Whowhatwear.com instructions.

Here they are:

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