DIY Fashion: Top Projects of the Week


If you’re anything like us, you probably have a Pinterest board chock-full of DIY fashion projects to do. Well, today is the day to stop pinning and start doing!

From spruced up heels to glamtastic accessories, these 5 DIY fashion tutorials are sure to have your 2014 wardrobe looking absolutely fabulous.

1.) Embellished Party Heels

Bored of an old pair of plain heels? Give them a brand new look this year by dressing them up with chic jeweled adornments. Get the step-by-step tutorial here.


2.) Velvet Necklace

Chunky statement necklaces are the perfect way to add a stylish, finishing touch to a chic, yet simple look. Check out the complete tutorial to see how easy it is to make your very own!


3.) Refashioned Peplum Top

We’re seriously obsessed with peplum tops. Especially this super cute one refashioned out of an oversized thrift store blouse. Love the look? Find the complete tutorial here.


4.) Four-Piece Circle Scarf

A scarf is a great go-to accessory during the “cold” Southern California months. This super chic DIY is a great way to add a fun pop of color to a simple, yet stylish outfit. Get the directions here.


5.) Bejeweled Clutch

This project is way too cute to pass up! You only need multicolored rhinestones from a local craft store, glue, scissors, and a gently used clutch from your local Goodwill of Orange County. Learn how to make your very own!


Make sure to check back with us next week for an all-new edition of DIY Fashion. Have an awesome fashion project you absolutely have to share? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us at @OCGoodwill to have it featured it in Vol. II!

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