Thursday, May 17, 2012

DIY dress: Pollock Impulse

Hey guys!
Today's post was supposed to be an outfit with this Pollock Impulse DIY dress, but the weather in Barcelona hasn't been so good this week (and I couldn't get the pictures done outdoors). Anyway I simply couldn't wait to show it to you guys, so here is the DIY tutorial. It's super easy, you just have to get some textile paint, a brush and release your inner energies. ¡That's all!
Dress: Asos
For this DIY I was inspired by Pollock's artworks but also by this dip dyed skirt I saw on A Pair & a Spare. I hope you guys liked this tutorial! Have you ever done any DIY with textile paint? Would you dare to do this?

xxx

27 comments:

  1. LOVE this! Amazing idea, and it looks so professional!
    www.styleisalwaysfashionable.blogspot.com

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  2. I LOVE Jackson Pollock, and adore the dress! I did some t shirts like this back in high school, but the dress is more classy : )
    Erin @ Thanks, I Made It

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  3. beautiful! I love a well splattered item of clothing :) xox, d.

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  4. Soooo pretty, love what you've done to this dress! :)

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  5. The dress was pretty but plain, you made it beautiful!
    Cecilia

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  6. I found this tutorial through Pinterest. I really like the result, thumbs up. I will save your DIY for later.

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  7. Cool! I'll try this one on a plain white shirt... :)

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  8. Great idea!!! I love this post!

    I follow you now everywhere :)

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  9. Can fabric paint be used instead of textile paint? I love this so much!

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    1. Yes! I think they're actually te same thing. Also, some people have told me that acrylic paint works well too on fabric but I haven't tried that. Don't forget to iron to fix the paint to the fabric!!

      xxx

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  10. This ia a great idea! Absolutely Loooove the idea and the dress!!! One in the kind !

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  11. First of all... Where can I find a dress like this one!?

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    1. This is from Asos, I got it last year in may, it's not available anymore. But I think they have a few similar ones.

      Check these
      http://www.asos.com/pgeproduct.aspx?iid=2829155
      http://www.asos.com/pgeproduct.aspx?iid=2666708

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  12. I LOVE THIS!
    Now I just need to find a white dress!!!!
    Dreams in a Poppy Field...
    xox

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  14. Amazing! Looking very professional! <3
    www.fromhead-2-toe.blogspot.com

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  15. Cute tutorial, it'll be very useful.

    http://thevulgariangirl.blogspot.com/

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  16. I DO LOVE that dress. Are you interesting by selling it by any chance ?

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    1. Maybe I could make one for you, if you want :) You can contact me at info@daretodiy.com

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    2. Actually I'll try to do it myself like a big girl ;) But thx for the offer !

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  17. I just saw this link by Craft Gossip - I actually pinned a photo of this dress ages ago! What a great result!! Well done!

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  18. fantatic style,,good posting,,,yet the model is beatiful and modest,its lucky that i also got mine in awd fashion just a few days ago,,,yet the colors and styles were also of this favor,,i mean ,,silver and beaded red carpet ones,you may check my findings at http://www.angelweddingdress.com/.good lucky ,wish you every goodday,and ty^^again for providing us such a good posting,will come and visit again.

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  19. HI! just wondering where is this dress from?

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    1. Hi Margaret!! It was from Asos, but this post is from 2012 :(

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