T-shirt Re-Style. Beach cover up. I saw this awesome DIY from HERE I thought this would make a great beach cover up and I just had to make one.
Mine is just a little different but I love how sexy it turned out. Super easy and it only took me about 30 minutes.Video I did for thisHERE Tutorial Things you need Tee shirt (mine is a mens large)ScissorsChalkPaperRulerPencil Cut a square out of paper. 8 1/2inches by 8 1/2 inches. Place the square on the back of the t-shirt. Draw your lines, then cut on your lines.
I cut out the triangle at the top, but I left the collar. I also cut the triangles out of the side. Voilà a new beach cover up for the summer. Do you dare wear it? I hope you all have a great Thursday! Another T-shirt cover up, Lots of <3 Anne. Aquí: heres how: DIY braided back shirt. DIY Band Boys Tee. Super fans and groupies around the world have always shown their love for the boys in the band with signs, tattoos, and tees.
Wildfox Couture showed their love to the Rolling Stones with an oversized boyfriend tee with bold names down the front. Pick your favorite band and pay tribute by following this easy DIY for a graphic tee that shows where your loyalty lies. - An oversized tee - Iron-on letters - An iron [PLACE]— Start just below the neck and carefully center and space the first name you want to write. [IRON]— Follow the instructions on the letters to figure out the proper setting for your iron. [REPEAT]— Repeat this process for each name. [FLIP IT]— Turn the tee inside out and iron again to make sure everything is properly and fully set. Try styling your hard rock tee with skinny jeans and a leather jacket for a tough look or try it with a big high-waisted skirt for a more unexpected style! Check out how other Chictopians are wearing their graphic tees:
DIY Distressed Balmain T-Shirt. The $1,625 distressed t-shirt from Balmain is exactly the sort of thing that would inspire my dad to say “why would I pay MORE for something that has HOLES in it?
I should be getting a DISCOUNT.” As I am sure you can imagine, this was a huge point of contention in middle school during my Abercrombie phase. If you don’t have $1,625 to shell out on a tee there is an easy way to re-create this distressed look on any tee you already have. Take the shirt and wrap it around a hard cover book so you have a sturdy and steady section of the tee to work on. Sand these sections lightly. When you are happy with the results on one section, wrap another section of the tee around the book and do the same thing. And you’re done! Like this: Like Loading... Aquí: rag to fab: crop top. Crop Top DIY. Hi guys!
My name is Kara Haupt and I blog at I Just Might Explode. I'm excited to share a super simple DIY for one of my favorite summer trends, crop tops! I love the over-sized, boxy shirts showing up in stores, but was wary about investing in more styles since they're pretty trendy. I picked up this shirt at Goodwill for $4 and decided to make my own! For this DIY, you will need:An unused and/or thrifted shirtA crop top to trace (Mine is from H&M)ScissorsPinsCute trimFunky thread (I used some metallic thread I picked up a thriftstore!)
First, slip the top you're altering onto a hanger and then slide the crop top over it. Then next, use fabric scissors to cut along the edge of the crop top. Once you've cut all around your top, grab some pretty, vintage trim, fold it in half and stitch around the bottom. Pair your new top with some patterned shorts and you have yourself a cute, trendy summer look! Photos taken by Kip Stutzman. XOXO, Kara.