I made this post yesterday but my images wouldn't load!
Sorry about the lateness!
Because I was feeling extra 'blogging moodie' today I though I would post a DIY sleeveless tee.
They are pretty simple to do, if you do it right, 'cause usually if you cut it wrong it can fray and get ruined in the wash. OOPSIEE.
These tees have been round for awhile but they don't seem to be disappearing as it's summertime!
They are also really flattering for girls with wide hips as the masculine shape at the top acsensuates the tiny waist if worn with high waisted shorts and skirts. A skinny belt gives the obvious divide but a larger belt helps the waist look teeny weeny!
I bought a cheap mens tee for £2!
Inside the shirt there is a seam along the armhole where they attached it. INSTEAD of cutting along the seam (you could if you want a frayed effect) unpick the seam inside and take out the arm.
Tuck inside 1.5cm (for seam allowance) of now sleeveless tee and sew along until the edge is neat and finished!
If you don't have a sewing machine you can cut the arm off BUT you must leave the seam untouched as this stops the arm becoming TOO frayed although it will have a slight frayed edge.