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weekend project: diy daisy patch jacket!

diy daisy patch jacket

diy daisy patch jacket

I've been a obsessed with daisies lately which feels completely out of season considering we are heading right into fall next week! But in perfect timing for fall, we decided to take my feelings for the daisy and show you the easiest way to turn your jacket into something extra cool. It's a super simple way to update an old piece of clothing or add a personal touch to a newer item. Here, we used a few daisy patches to add a little flower power to a jean jacket that's perfect for chillier fall evenings arriving soon. This would make for a great weekend project! Here's how…

diy daisy patch jacket

You'll need:
denim jacket
daisy iron-on patch
gold studs


Here's how:
1. Place the patch wherever you'd like. We decided to have it trail over the shoulder. If you are using a patch that has some thin areas like this one, it may be helpful to use straight pins to hold it in place until you are ironing it.
2. Use iron to secure the patch, moving slowly so that it lays fully flat. Hold the iron down for about 30 seconds to fully adhere.
3. Add touches of bedazzled studs where ever you'd like. We added a small cluster on the collar for just a hint of glam.

diy daisy patch jacket

diy daisy patch jacket

Isn't that super chic and fun? I LOVE it! Also, have a great weekend, all!

Items shown: Target rug, Benjamin Moore Sweatshirt Gray paint, Urban Outfitters lamp, Sharon Montrose flamingo print, Framebridge frame, Target shelf, Target black vase (past season), Lisa McLean abstract print, Tictail dotty planter, Senegal woven basket (similar), Indego Africa pink & yellow basket, Target giraffe figurine, round containers, Urban Outfitters chaise, Calhoun & Co. stripe pillow, Urban Outfittersround pillow, Arro Home lumbar pillow, Forever21 jacket, vintage purse, JustFab heels,Ikea chair, Ikea pink lumbar pillow (past season), Anthropologie shag cushion, Targetfloor pillow, Moroccan pouf (similar).

{Photos by Lily Glass, styling by Julia Wester, and crafting and modeling by Jess Hong.}



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