DIY: Cold-Shoulder T.Shirt.

Hi guys!
I’m back with another DIY post and this one is pretty easy and super cool.
A cold-shoulder top or blouse is a simple, feminine, fun piece that can be rocked with anything from jeans to skirts and with these simple steps, you can have yours made in a sec.
Also, this is a great idea to re-use and maximize some tops or t-shirts you already own. 
As I am about that minimalist, frugal life, i find ways to switch-up and re-use clothes i already own, especially those that i don't wear so much, like this t.shirt that i used here. 
I got it a while ago from a thrift market and on getting home i saw that it was a little too big for me. I've worn it just once since then, so it was a great choice for this cold-shoulder DIY project. 👍

What you'll need:
  • A t.shirt (it's best to use a slightly over-sized or worn-loose one)
  • Scissors
  • Pencil

  • With your pencil, starting from in inch out from the neck band towards the shoulder, mark a semi-circle or semi-sphere on the front-shoulder side of the shirt, depending on how deep in you want your shoulder cut to be. From the same starting point, draw a corresponding semi-circle/sphere on the back shoulder side of the shirt. 
  • Repeat the first step on the 2nd shoulder of the shirt.
  • With your scissors, cut out your drawn circles/spheres, careful to keep within your lines.
The finished results.

Just to make it neater, you can make a thin fold along your raw 'hem' and sew it down, if you want. I left mine raw.

I hope you liked this post, because i really enjoyed putting it together.
Please like, share and comment.
Also, if you have any style or beauty DIY ideas that you want to suggest that i try, let me know down in the comments. 

Peace & Happiness to you!

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