|Dion Lee 2011 via stylebubble|
Give your jacket some air intakes, make it light and new, be ready to survive the hot weather with an impeccable style. Take inspiration from the coolest wunways around the world and then take your pair of scissors and rip your jacket into pieces with no mercy!
|Just Cavalli spring 2013 via Vogue.it|
One of my favorite looks from Milan fashion week by Roberto Cavalli.
Step 1 Cut away the fabric from your jacket like you see in this picture.
Step 2 Substitute it with chiffon exactly like I did with the Stella McCartney inspired skirt, see the tutorial here.
|skeleton blazer by Dion Lee fall 2013 via mermaid heart|
An impressive back!
|Dion Lee 2010 via streetstylista|
Open sleeves Are sleeves too long? Cut them at angle and sew superimposed.
|Gucci spring 2010 via coolspotters|
Open back jacket. Beautiful version of open back jacket by Gucci. This one rocks. Belts or suspenders could be used to decorate this jacket.
|shredded sleeve jacket via nastygal|
Get angry with sleeves and slice them.
|sheer top blazer via nastygal|
One to make two. Steps are similar to the Just Cavalli jacket above. This one involves cutting the jacket in two pieces. Keep the top to make a shrug with short sleeves and use the bottom to make this jacket.