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Two projects in one. What a cute outfit! Dip dye the shirt with denim RIT dye, and use matte fabric paint for the faux leather pants look. This great idea is from Cotton & Curls.

A tutorial for boxy tops (a favorite of mine) by Cotton & Curls.

Snow is falling here in Montreal and yet I refuse to stop blogging summer clothing DIYs. I love winter, I swear.

A versatile cropped tank tutorial by Geneva of A Pair & a Spare, hosted at the Vogue Australia website (!! So great!). Plan ahead for future warm weather maybe?

Planning ahead for the summer already.

Transform an old T-shirt with the tutorial from Trash to Couture…picture links to the instructions.

On a cowl roll apparently!

Add a cowl collar to an old shirt with this DIY over at Trash to Couture.

Sleeveless Cream Blouse (very helpful) tutorial by Whitney at Freshly Given!

It has a very elegant look, and can be made out of a blouse of any size that catches your eye.

A cute, versatile shirt that can be worn many, many ways.

Picture links to Rachael’s tutorial at talk2thetrees.

Halter top upcycled from a button-up. Great for summer!

Picture takes you to Anne’s tutorial on her blog.

A personal favorite: upcycled dresses out of big tshirts.

Picture link takes you to Rosie M.’s tutorial on Cut Out + Keep.

prettygirlfromconcord:

Really, really, really easy tutorial to use on over-sized t-shirts, and it looks about a zillion times classier than those crazy fringe-tied shirts girls wore in high school gym class! No sewing required!

Tutorial here.

(via calypsoscraftworks)

"The Easiest Shirt Ever", by One Avian Daemon

I love love love loose, boxy shirts like this. A simple sewing project that I will definitely be trying out soon.

(Picture takes you to Naomi’s blog and instructions)