Reload it: Louis Féraud Vintage Jacket, Sleeveless

November 12th, 2014

Almost ‘new’ in my closet: this vintage Louis Féraud jacket, already seen here in 2011! — now in a sleeveless version. As I found it on a flea market in Austria, I immediately liked the bright royal blue color and the cut — even if the size was actually much too big for me. Well, I don’t mind/ Now I have huge, fancy golden buttons that would be perfect for a home decor (see at the end of the post) and a great jacket that fits me. I simply readjusted the shoulders size and replaced the genuine button on the front.

How to mix royal blue? For winter I prefer the blue shading off with hints of black.

Sleeveless jacket, DIY on a vintage find. Read more about this and upcycled fashion items on the blog

Sleeveless jackets are for me the best way to warm up your style, even in winter season. You can layer it with other pieces like cardigans or coats, it creates an interesting outfit with great lines.

Oh, and it seems that I didn’t told you about those ‘culotte shorts’. I like to say it’s a hybrid piece: not skirt, nor shorts… Anyways it’s been a great bargain, I get it by Sandro at the very last days of sales -70% off. Nobody seemed to be fascinated with it, I did.

Sleeveless jacket, DIY on a vintage find. Read more about this and upcycled fashion items on the blog by Virginie Peny

Sleeveless jacket, DIY on a vintage find. Read more about this and upcycled fashion items on the blog

Sleeveless jacket, DIY on a vintage find. Read more about this and upcycled fashion items on the blog

Sleeveless jacket, DIY on a vintage find. Read more about this and upcycled fashion items on the blog

DIY Louis Féraud vintage jacket, Sandro FW13 culotte shorts, Michael Kors bag, Silvano Sassetti boots.
Leather brown cuff, Maison Boinet.

Gold buttons, from an upcycled vintage jacket by Louis Féraud Franchement, vous ne leur trouvez pas un petit air de Versace?..

Zurich Fashion Days finally start today, I’ll be attending my favorite brands — and will tell you more about it next time. See you!

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