I got this skirt at a clothing exchange and I’m embarrassed to say I’ve been keeping it up with a safety pin. It was a bit too large but I like the asymmetrical hemline.
Earrings: Amy Bengtson
Purse: Frye via thrifted
Shoes: Fry via swapped
I’ve been seeing a lot of “exposed” zippers in the stores lately (meaning the zippers aren’t hidden in seams but are part of a garment’s embellishments). With that idea in mind, I took in my skirt.
First I cut a V of fabric out of the waist (a little pie-shaped wedge of fabric), then I sewed each half of the zipper to the new edges. When I zipped up the skirt, it was smaller. It fits nicely now. And since the skirt was free, it was a low-risk project. Yes, there was a chance I’d mess it up, but I was willing to try.
4 responses to “DIY Skirt Zipper”
Hello from Seattle too! Love your outfits in here, and your haircut!!
Hello neighbor! Thanks for commenting. I just checked out your blog and I like it too!
Those shoes are adorable!! and loving that skirt! Thanks for linking up!
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Thanks! I was happy to get the shoes! I already had the bag. It was a weird coincidence. Hopefully it’s not too matchy 🙂