Saturday, February 16, 2008

Mirror, Mirror


And just like the Marc by Marc Jacobs SS08 line, I spied another DIY in his FW08 line. If you look close enough, you can see little mirrored pins, which were trendy in the 80's much like this line's inspiration.


I have actually already posted about a mirror broach DIY back in the summer, but if you missed it, click HERE!

Happy Crafting :)

23 comments:

Grace said...

what a fantastic idea- good job with noticing the details!

emsie said...

really nice detail,
i probably wouldn't have noticed!

x

Glamourette said...

ohhh i didn't see it!! Really nice !

Me said...

Hi, I have changed my blog adress...can you change it on your links...PLEAAAAAAAAAAAAASE! :D Thanks!

Love the ideal! You are so good with details! ;)

Bergenchic said...

wow I would never had noticed that. great eye for details.

Belle said...

They are really cute I want to make one.

NonchalantMod said...

mirror broach !! great idea.. how does he come up with all those ideas? (Even though he is actually inspired from the past)

jayne said...

ooo i love how you always spot DIY things, the mirrors are awesome. i noticed a mirror necklace at urban outfitters the other day they must be trendy :)

those cookies in the previous post look so delicious :) yum, you're too talented for your own good haha

did you like across the universe?

Rachel-n-Ryan said...

Great idea! Good Vintage/Thrift stores in CHS: BEST true thrift store is Family Thrift (I think that's the name). It's on Rivers Ave just slightly North of 526 (need a car..a bit sketch, but THE BEST). I've found lots from Saks, true Versace jeans, & more. I think Granny's Attic is still on King St. Junior Leauge's Whale of a Sale is once a year at the Gaillard Auditorium-people actually camp out (it's either Feb or Nov...the dates changed in the last year or so..check the City Paper-weekly free mag). Better Goodwills in Mt.P, Daniel Island, & James Island. Habitat stores rock, too (but they have gotten $$$...and no clothes). This will all make more sense to you when you're in Chs. Sorry for the long note!

Jen (MahaloFashion) said...

such a retro collection!!

Wendy said...

Thats a definite DIY opportunity in my future!

theresa said...

it's crazy how you notice all these little details. good job!! :D

Candice said...

what a trendsetter you are. =)

fashionistakay said...

i had no idea about the mirror brooch being a "thing" back in the 80s its pretty cool actually.

la petite fashionista said...

geeze marc, won't you stop copying modern marie & get your own ideas ;)

xoxo

olivia said...

The 80's are seeming to make a come back since leggings came back, nice blog!

alluretone said...

gosh everytime i see your header it makes me want a cupcake that looks just like it with pink frosting.. but i never have one!

nice eye, i'll have to make one for myself now/ attempt at least.

Poppycock Thoughts Blogger said...

Oh that is so cool!

cotton candy said...

oh wow. i didn't even notice it - well i just thought they were pins but not mirrored pins. what an awesome idea.

alexgirl said...

Yes, I love the mirrored pins. They're adorable and you can put them on just about anything. I love versatile accessories.

Aisha said...

I love DIY projects. What a great idea, I might try it myself (:

aschlee said...

I pretty much love just about anything 80's ...

Ana said...

very versatile. i love putting pins on blazers and such.