Get The Look – Dolce & Gabbana Baroque Embroidered Lapel Jacket

You have to admit, this Dolce & Gabbana piece is a pretty snazzy looking jacket, but for an eye watering $3,152 it’s not a look a lot of us are going to get to rock this fall. Still, this men’s embroidered blazer is a great jumping off point for inspiration, for lads and ladies alike. In fact, I imagine it’s the ladies that are more likely to go for a look like this, so let’s see how we could re-create this style for either gender easily, and on a budget!

It’s pretty simple really. All you need is a snazzy grey blazer with lapels large enough to embroider. A quick search on ebay brings up dozens for under 20 bucks, for men and women alike. This example is a lady’s jacket, because I could totally see myself trying this look out. After the jacket, all you need is Gather Ye Rosebuds design, and some metallic or coppery colored thread. Depending on the size of your blazer, I’d recommend the 5×7 size of the design.

Fold your lapels away from your jacket, secure them onto your stabilizer, hoop, and stitch away! You’ll want to mirror your rose design for the other collar. Un-hoop, trim away the excess stabilizer so it’s hidden by the collar, and shazam! A brilliant new blazer for about $3130 less. That’s a pretty good deal right there, no?

Lapels on jackets are always a cool place to add some embroidery bling. A classy dimensional one-color piece will keep your accent subtle and still let it make a real wow statement when you wear it out. So, guys or gals, you looking for a hot new look this fall? Up-cycle a thrift store blazer into something extra chic.

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6 Responses to “Get The Look – Dolce & Gabbana Baroque Embroidered Lapel Jacket”

  1. 1
    mad14kt says:

    I am LOVING this!!! 🙂

  2. 2
    charlotte s. says:

    Wow what a great idea. I have a blazer that needs updating. Thanks

  3. 3
    Ashley N King says:

    Absolutely inspiring. A wickedly good look and an awesome design. I must look into something like this soon.

  4. 4
    Evalyn B. says:

    I love the fact that you included the instructions on how to do this project. I would have thought you would have to take the lapels off to embroider them.

  5. 5
    Jim Miller says:

    That is gorgeous! There is such amazing talent here on Urban Threads. Seriously!

  6. 6
    Johnny says:

    I am going to try this on a black velvet jacket I own. SO EXCITED!

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