For ladies who would prefer to avoid spending an enormous amount of their hard-earned income on fashion items and accessories, these 'a pair and a spare' DIY fashions are a fantastic remedy. Geneva Vanderzeil, the creative diva behind the 'a pair and a spare' blog, started the site to prove that fashion doesn't need to be expensive. She is certainly correct.
By perusing the site, readers can learn "how to create the most desirable and on-trend fashion and lifestyle projects." Geneva's tutorials can save anyone a boat load of money. It also doesn't hurt that you can still look fabulous enough to grace the pages of high fashion magazines like Vogue.
A new author who has graced the pages of publications including Harper's Bazaar and Cosmopolitan, Geneva's a pair and a spare DIY fashions are just another way for this stylish goddess to share her creativity.
15 'A Pair and a Spare' DIY Fashions
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Chic Military-Patterned Purses
DIY Monochromatic Motif Trousers
DIY Feathered Heels
Transparent Rain Capes
Transparent High Fashion Trinkets
From Diced Denim Shirts to Glamorously Gleaming Apparel
Jan 5, 2013By: Erin Kirkpatrick -