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Quick DIY: the Rope Heels

DIY May 24, 2016

By: Geneva V

DIY Rope Heels Update

Hey guys! Whew last week was a crazy one, fashion week down under is fun and exhausting, and tbh I have to stop myself from curling up on the couch half way through and binge watching British Bake Off. But I got through it! And I’ll be sharing a few more of the projects I made through the week with you. Hopefully those of you that tuned in enjoyed the ones I shared on snapchat! This is just a quick one, an easy update you can do yourself regardless of time or talent. xx

Wearing: Dress from English Factory, DIY heels, Celine bag, sunglasses from the market.

This little DIY is what I like to think of as a ‘find and replace’ – find the right heels and replace the ankle straps. I doubt you need any further explanation other than that :). I used simple shoe laces for this one.

Wrap and go!

I also turned my bag into a bum bag / fanny pack (why has nobody come up with a more palatable name for this style?!). It turned out to be super practical because: look mum no hands!

Photos by Hanna Roche

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