Burberry-Inspired Applique Pencil Skirt

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Embellishments are so hot for spring, and we couldn’t wait to take advantage of this fun trend! This DIY is modeled after the looks at the Burberry Spring/Summer 2014 show, classic shapes with sparkling accents.

Burberry Prorsum Spring-Summer 2014

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What You’ll Need:
Lace Pencil Shirt (Forever 21)
9 Silver Sun Disc Beaded Appliqués  #41991
Needle and Thread

Placing Appliques on Skirt

1. Lay your skirt on a flat surface, and place the appliques in your desired pattern. You can cluster them, or spread them out. We mimicked the pattern of the Burberry Embellished Lace Pencil Skirt.

Sewing Rhinestone Appliques Onto Skirt

2. Sew the appliques into place. You can place a little glue down first for added hold.

Finished Lace and Rhinestone Skirt

This skirt is the perfect thing to wear to an engagement party, or a semi-formal spring event. And the price is just right! You get the Burberry look that’s easier on your budget.

9 comments on “Burberry-Inspired Applique Pencil Skirt

  1. Jennifer says:

    Loving the skirt idea! XOXO
    http://pennypowstylediary.com

  2. I love this collection!! So gorgeous and delicate!

  3. So great for spring, especially when you’re on a budget. Even perfect for Easter, First Communion ceremonies, and other family events!

  4. Great post!!! This is a great idea :)
    thesartorialcoquette.com

  5. Fashion-isha says:

    Omg I loved that skirt on the runway and I love this version. I’m a big DIY person especially if you can’t afford the real thing. I just posted a DIY on my blog http://www.fashion-isha.com but I will definitely share this one too!
    xo
    Sharon

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