6/27/18

T-Shirt Hacks {4th of July Fashion}

Happy Summer friends! With the 4th of July just around the corner, the girls and I wanted to put together some cute 'diy fashion' to wear to the Lake. We love how they turned out and can't wait to share our new 't-shirt hacks' with you!





I found these t-shirts at Michael's early in the summer. They are big and boxy, but I thought the designs were fun. I bought both girls an 'Adult Small' since they didn't have kids' sizes in these designs. The girls were not impressed with the fit and they were so long, you couldn't even see their shorts.

No worries! All you need is a pair of really sharp sewing scissors. I cut each shirt differently. After I cut, I pull on the cotton to make the edge roll a bit.


And in the end, they turned out perfect!


Here is Afton's Patriotic Outift-- we couldn't decide what we liked better, the hat or the bun. So we did both looks. I am adoring the "bandana accessory" this summer.



Her shirt was made by cutting the sleeves and a small opening the shoulder.




And Maisy's outfit-- I cut several inches off the bottom of her shirt as well as the sleeves. Then I made a "v-cut" on the front so I could tie it up. After she put it on, I added a few vents on the chest too. The arm holes are big, but it's HOT here in Texas. And the girls' will wear these with a sports bra underneath or they will wear them over a swimsuit on the boat. (She also couldn't decide on accessories, so you see her sporting a bandana bow and sparkly cat ears.)







And of course, I had to make one for me :) Luckily my girls still think it's fun if we match. I cut off my sleeves and then made an opening at the middle of the chest. 





We had so much making (and modeling) these 4th of July outfits. These three t-shirt hacks can be used this summer or anytime to make your boxy shirts into something unique. 


Happy 4th of July! Hope you have fun celebrating and spending time with family.
Want to make a 4th of July outfit like our's? Here are some similar shirts & accessories for ya'll.




    
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