If there’s any time to pull off a feather fringe skirt, it’s now. This do-it-yourself craft is the perfect thing to make to get your closet festive and ready for the holidays!

What You’ll Need:

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-One skirt
-Fabric glue
-Pins (opt)

*how much you need will vary on the size of your skirt. I got 7 yards for my skirt and that covers front and back.

Step 1

Starting at the bottom of the skirt, apply glue to the top of the fringe and use firm pressure while pressing it onto the skirt. After trial and error, I found it easier to cut the fringe to my length, add the glue, flip it over, and press it down.

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diy feather fringe skirt diy feather fringe skirtI was just a little over halfway done when I took a step back and thought that even doing a fringe bottom was cool! If you wanted to make your project a little bit cheaper, this is a great alternative.

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Step 2

Continue with step 1 until finished, then let it dry. Your glue bottle will give you instructions, usually around 2-4 hours. It helps to use sewing pins to pin down some of the fringe on the edges while it dries.

Step 3

Flip skirt over and do the same thing to the new side.

Step 4

Style and rock it!

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I think this skirt will shine the most at a Christmas party or event. There are many fun ways you could wear it (cozy sweater, plaid shirt tucked in..), but I decided to go all out in pah-tay mood with a sequin top, jewel earrings, silver band, and a bold lip!

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Don’t forget a cute wrislet or clutch, interesting heels, and that red lip! All of these things equal the go-to party look. You can throw on a moto jacket for warmth, but it also helps to balance out all the girliness!

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This is a really easy project and most of the supplies are inexpensive. I found the skirt second hand and the glue is a couple dollars. The most expensive thing ends up being the feather fringe. I got mine at Joann and for 7 yards it was around $40 with the fringe being 30% on sale already. A couple things can make this cheaper: finding a great deal online or using a 40% or 50% off coupon that many of these craft stores seem to offer. While this may be a DIY project that can cost a bit more, it’s a lot cheaper than the good skirts that are on the market right now!

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I loved making this skirt because not only was it so easy to put together, but now I’m going to have an awesome statement piece this holiday season! I went #secondhandfirst with the skirt and I got a great brand (Banana Republic) at a low price. Not only did it save me some money this season, but I love the thrill of finding something old and making it new again.

I hope this inspired you to get a little crafty and add some festivity to your wardrobe this season!

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Check out this post and other thrifty tutorials on ThredUP!
Here are some black skirts to get you started to make your own and pair it with heels!

*This post is sponsored by ThredUP, but all opinions and views are my own*

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1 Comment

  1. Renee

    November 19, 2017 at 3:49 pm

    Wow I can’t believe how amazing that looks! I might have to try making one!

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