10.25.2010

BASIC BLACK

Over the weekend I finished the leather vest I was working on.  It's a really basic cut with an oversize collar and asymmetrical zip closure.  Nothing too fancy.  I'll be starting a jacket in the next few weeks.







11 comments:

  1. Ugh that vest is beautiful, I would wear this every day :(

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  2. I'm happy to have approval from the queen of unstructured black leather.

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  3. I love how the vest turned out! I think with your scarf that you knitting, you should leave some shredded parts or add some. That would be hot.

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  4. Damn. I'm only on the second page of your blog and I'm already in love with you. You have incredible style and you're a talented designer... plus you have a hot face. Just thought I'd put that out there.

    Anti-Lita's forevaaaaaaaa.

    XOXO,
    Lily

    www.bleedforfashion.com

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