Painting My Old Clothes

I've always had a knack, more so passion, for clothing pieces designed in such a way that not only looks out of the ordinary and avant-garde but is also intricately constructed further along and all throughout the process, as well as refined, at its optimum, and perfected with indistinct details (regardless of improbability of catching notice). And although we individually latch on to particular senses of style, "To each his own," as they say, we still want something more or less similar to the aforementioned in contrast to our customary shirt-jean or sweater-skirt usuals. Only problem is, more often than not, basing on the foreword description, said apparel costs as much as it looks; in literal terms, it's EXPENSIVE FO MAH LIFE! (Wait for my clothing line instead! I promise it'll be TOO AFFORDABLE FO YO LIFE! But of course in top notch quality too!) Hence my decision to paint my old clothes! It's cost effective, it's resourceful, and it's individualistic (NAKS!)
So get your old paintbrushes and old clothes and let's get painting! Remember, YOU ARE UNIQUE AND UNLIKE ANY OTHER, SO DRESS LIKE IT! And for inasmuch as you can dress like i claim you to be, so as much as you can more so do and really be!

 1. Paint your old pair of denim overalls with things that you love and make you happy!
TIP: I promise, it's fairly easy to paint on old clothes, and painting in general, simply because making mistakes is not that big of a deal! 🙂 just like it is with life; it's okay to make mistakes! HAHAHA!
Outfit details: overalls - Zara, button down - H&M, sunnies - Zara Men, pumps - So Fab!
2. Stick to a theme! This one was inspired by Disney's Moana! I was playing the entire soundtrack on repeat for a good week and a half! Hence, the bloopers in the end of the video!

Outfit details: overalls - Stradivarius, off shoulders - Zara TRF, coat (as cape) - Primark, choker - LFT, sandals - Charles&Keith, headscarf - #DesignsByKyna
3. Paint in time for a holiday! This one I painted to celebrate the Chinese New Year! 🙂

outfit details: bomber - Forever21 Men, Slit maxi - Forever21, stilettos - Zara Woman, cap - Ferrari knockoff, metallic purse - Miss Selfridge
Hope you guys enjoyed the time lapsed videos! And send me your recreations if you ever do one! I WOULD LOOOOOOOOVE TO SEE THEM!!! Also, send in blog requests or comment down below cause I'm currently out of ideas (I'm talking zero percent!) -- and I genuinely want to give the best content for you all! SO HELP MEEE!!! BWAHAHAHA! LOVE YOU GUYS!!! 🙂

15 Replies to “Painting My Old Clothes”

    1. Thank you Nina! <3 I use fabric paint! But you can use poster paint too! And nope! They don't fade or peel off! Just make sure to use the right kind of paint!

    1. Awwwwwwww! Thank you so much Khrista! That means a lot! And for that, I’ll definitely make more! And I dedicate the next video post for you! Thanks for inspiring me 🙂

    1. textile/fabric paint ang gamit ko! 🙂 you can find these at NBS! But I think it’s kinda expensive! 🙁 if i find a set that’s less costly, i’ll definitely let you know! 🙂

    1. WAAAAA YOU ARE SUCH AN ANGEL, ANGEL! HAHAHA! I bet you get that a lot! 🙂 But thank you sooo much 🙁 WAAAAAAA i feel so overwhelmed and grateful, thank you so much for your kind words! And I’ll try to keep putting up new creative content for you, through God’s help! 🙂 Thank you for inspiring me, Angel! Continue being a light to others as you were to me 🙂

    1. It’s acrylic paint! 🙂 you can find little jars in NBS! 🙂 But i’ll be in the lookout for cheaper ones cause i think they’re a little costly at NBS! 🙂

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