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Tuesday, 28 October 2008

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Virlly
1.

Amazing result!!! *________*

Alyce
2.

Oooh, that is so awesome :D

lindsay
3.

crikey, i'm just on my way out to mandors right now, i'm going to have to add loads of elastic to the list!

pretty face
4.

In that first picture I thought you were baring quite a lot of flesh - before I realised it was a nude coloured t-shirt!

Amazed at your DIY skills though, I tried to make a top this weekend on my much under-loved sewing machine and failed miserably...

hiun_na
5.

absolutely gorgeous!
i am speechless, plus the styling is out of this world!

Linnéa
6.

i totally love your blog, i have been stuck here for the last half an hour.. and that dress is so amazing!

Miss Urbanita
7.

Love last one. Fantastic!

Brigadeiro
8.

AMAZING! Bandage dress AND all the different outfits AND your talent!

Jane
9.

That is awesome, I particularly enjoy the second outfit.

This is why I need to break out the sewing machine, it's all about doing it your own way (especially when you can't afford it the other way :).

calamityjem
10.

Wow wow wow, that is just super cool!

sera
11.

omg outfit 2 is most appealing to me as its more my style. i love it sooo much !

Josephine
12.

haha, that last photo is classic! fantastic diy as usual Lady Queen :)

ISTilettos
13.

Long live the queen and her DIY genius! :D

lopi
14.

That last picture is amazing!
Hasn't any glossy offered you a job as a stylist or photographer yet?
It's their miss if they don't!

Drea
15.

Oh, i LOVE it! Beautiful!

Idhren
16.

Wow, that's amazing! You are really my personal style goddess :D

Fashion blah blah
17.

Lovely dress indeed...we did something similar for Malo fashion show this season!

Kate
18.

They say imitation is a form of flattery. Brian should count himself well flattered as that dress is an amazing take on his bandage dress.

kirsty lee
19.

absolutely LOVE the bottom one. you've got skills. it's a great interpretation.

sugarxnspice
20.

I usually read here, but seldom comment.
But today i gotta say, this is FABULOUS!
The last one looks like u walked righto outta a futuristic movie!

WendyB
21.

I thought you weren't wearing anything on top for a moment in picture #1.

Laia
22.

This is pretty amazing.

jolianna
23.

i looooooooooove the shoes in picture 3! where'd you get them?
i first thought that in picture one you were revealing some really extreme tattoos you had all over your legs starting at your waist. teehee

AngieMontreal
24.

Yay! It looks totally amazing, way to go!

anthea
25.

Love it best with the silver shimmery tights and the floral tights and grey top! Bravo :)

Kathy
26.

This is so amazing. I'm gonna try and make one similar this weekend! Looks hot!

Sal
27.

Beautifully done!

zana
28.

Don't you mean...Lichten-BERG? Oops! Either way, the dress is bangin.

Fabulously Broke
29.

I really LOVE that dress. It is so versatile and makes everything pop so much more

Queen Michelle
30.

I did indeed Zana! Doh! I'll will edit accordingly.

Bex
31.

Look #2 and #4 are great!!! You are the DIY Queen for sure...I doff my hat to you!

s
32.

every look here is totally wicked, great job on the bandage dress!

Arabelle
33.

Why don't you make a quick buck and sell your DIY's? I KNOW people would love them, i dooooo.

KD
34.

Queen Michelle, I have said it before and I will say it again, you are one fabulous DIY-er! I love it with the shiny leggings and in the 3d picture. Your pose in the last picture is incredible.

enc
35.

DANG. Yet, ANOTHER brilliant DIY, Queen Michelle!

tanya
36.

you are so amazing! your diy skills are out of this world!
is there any chance you'd be able to do a diy tutorial for this delightful dress? t'would be much appreciated, by the loyal subjects of the kingdom :)

hailey
37.

Fabulous, brilliant, Stunning!!

Paloma
38.

Not sure if I like it :(

warholchic2
39.

i tried this too a few weeks ago but it didn't come out as nice...i ended up reusing the elastic to make a simple corset. i'm guessing it's because i didn't add extra strips down the side to keep the rows of elastic in place...good thinking! i think i'll try it again =]

la femme
40.

It looks pretty fantastic, but I think you are one of very few people who could pull this off.

I do envy your tights collection.

stylenowhere
41.

You have amazing skill! the last pic is definetly my fav.

Prêt à Porter P
42.

awesome 2nd look

tanya
43.

i think ive come back to this page at least 6 times today. this is truly fantastic! you should sell these amazing diy's on etsy/ebay.

darren
44.

that elastic cage dress is amazing. You did a really good job. If I weren't so lazy I'd try it myself with some fabric. :)

Charlotte
45.

Oh...I love this dress very much! It's just perfect for making every look singular.
You said something about stripes to hold the horizontal stripes at the place...where are they? You cannot see them at the pictures...

Queen Michelle
46.

Charlotte there are straps up either side and one up the back.

Vanessa Moore
47.

OMG!!!! You're cage dress looks fabulous!!! I think you just inspired me to make my own!! :-)

naboonies
48.

Woohoo! this is really cheap and chic! How effortless to achieve that level of chic-ness. Bravo!

Elana
49.

INCREDIBLE. these looks are blowing my mind!


http://ebayfashionaddict.wordpress.com

karafina
50.

You are pure genius!!!!

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