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10 DIY Shoe Makeovers

It’s so easy to make over an old pair or shoes or embellish a so-so pair! I love taking a pair of inexpensive shoes and making them look amazing. Here are 10 tutorials to help you transform your shoes…..some casual, some glam. You’ll love the Missoni and Burberry-inspired!

View them after the jump!


  • Missoni-Inspired 1 of 10
    Missoni-Inspired
    Paint your own Missoni shoes.
    Click to see the tutorial slideshow at Refinery 29.
  • Easy Stripes 2 of 10
    Easy Stripes
    Use tape and spray paint to add stripes to slip ons!
    Via Gurl.
  • Spray Paint 3 of 10
    Spray Paint
    Use spray paint to color match shoes to an outfit perfectly!
    Click to see the tutorial at Farewell Office.
  • Graffiti 4 of 10
    Graffiti
    Add some graffiti to old sneakers to make a funky personalized pair!
    Click to see the tutorial at Lil Blue Boo.
  • Chiffon Ruffles 5 of 10
    Chiffon Ruffles
    Add silk chiffon to basic shoes to make them frilly and pretty!
    Click to see the tutorial at Green Wedding Shoes.
  • Glitter 6 of 10
    Glitter
    Use extreme glitter to sparkle up any pair of shoes! It paints on and the glitter won't fall off.
    Click to see the tutorial at Lil Blue Boo.
  • Dolce Gabbana-Inspired 7 of 10
    Dolce Gabbana-Inspired
    Wowza! Jewel encrusted shoes!
    Click to see the step-by-step tutorial at Love Maegan.
  • Fringe 8 of 10
    Fringe
    Add some fringe to a pair of shoes.
    Click to see the tutorial at Henry Happened.
  • Burberry-Inspires 9 of 10
    Burberry-Inspires
    Add beads for a tribal look!
    Click to see the tutorial at A Pair and a Spare.
  • Doodles 10 of 10
    Doodles
    Use a paint pen or a detail brush to doodle on shoes!
    Click to see the tutorial at Lil Blue Boo.

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