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Repurpose: Tanks, Skirts & T-Shirts

Repurpose: Tanks, Skirts & T-Shirts
The heat is on in Chicago this year! And yes, I have summer clothes. But not enough of them (!) and... I kinda, sorta, hate most of what I have. So I've been thinking of ways to chop up old skirts, stained tank tops, too-big-for me shorts. In this version, the tank is joined to an old curtain to create a cute new dress! Hot pink skirt becomes ... a hot dress! A variation on the TripOverJoy dress pictured above: An old T-shirt is joined to a knit-fabric skirt to create an awesome dress... tutorial care of PoldaPop Designs Dull t-shirt becomes a much less dull top ... Simple brown t-shirt gets some shape and a little orange pop care of Amie Almostly annoyingly simple... so effective. Your tired old tank and his (your?) Baggy old t-shirt turns into ... this! Amazingly creative refashion! An old grey skirt gets a sassy, halter makeover... This cute skirt was created from an old pair of pants This skirt, from an old t-shirt Men's clothing is always fair game in the world of refasioning!

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