+ Day 30: Vintage Trench..Done!

This was a Fox Run 70s’ vintage trench coat that looked big and overwhelming on me. I’ve really wanted a simple trench, so I was excited to find this one back in October at the DI. This one ended up being a bit of a challenge. I still have to go back and finish somethings up. But overall i love how it turned out and I’m excited to wear it out!
This is my FINAL refashion for this 30 day wardrobe revamp project!! WOOT WOOT! Wow, this project made me think…I mean really think. Trying to refashion creatively every night with a very limited amount of time can be quite a challenge. I can’t believe how much I have learned! Crazy. How I’ve missed blogging about family, thrift shopping, and just stuff. I can’t wait to catch you guys up!!!
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  1. WOW Liz it looks amazing! You are so awesome!

  2. way to go Liz!! love the coat and love all that you’ve re-done!

  3. It’s been so fun to follow every project each day… I’m kinda sad it’s over! However I am excited to see everything else you plan on blogging about!

  4. can i just take a minute to DIE over your blog!!!! dude, seriously, the stuff you make is genius! that striped pencil skirt!!!! oh my gosh!!!!!! the skinny pants… the trench!!! i could go on for DAYS… WE LOVE YOU! i was searching for pics of the Cynthia Rowley 2497 for simplicity and stumbled upon your blog… SOOOOO happy i did! do you mind if we do a little feature on you? we are sort of a DIY style blog and this is right up our little alley!

    ~selina (sis#1)

    sisters4saymoreismore.blogspot.com

  5. Way to go Liz! This was all so fun to see, you’ve had really great ideas. This coat looks super cute on you too!

  6. You are amazing!! I am just getting into sewing and you make it look so easy!! I need a lot of practice, but hopefully one day I will be as good as you and revamp clothing as well! I am your newest follower!

    http://www.ashleysthriftyliving.blogspot.com

  7. I just cut the hem of a dress and turned it into a top, thanks to your inspiration :) I linked you too. Be well.

  8. Found a trench coat at Goodwill on Friday (for $4.50!), and, after seeing this, thought I could perhaps turn it into a cute coat, instead of a creeper item. Finished this morning, and I’m so happy about it! Thanks for the inspiration, you’re awesome.

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