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DIY T-Shirt Ideas?

23 comments · save · last comment by Tanya1 H. 3 months ago

Stephanie S

Stephanie S.

NEW JERSEY,
United States

11 posts

Hello, I have an oversized tee that I want to make something cute out of,
Does anyone have any awesome ideas/tutorials, and pics of modified tees?
Thanks :)

over 5 years ago

#2
ᶨᵤ \

ᶨᵤ \.

MONTRéAL,
Canada

22 posts

I would tie-dye it some sick ass colours and then fringe the bottoms to the height of a crop top!

Like this one (http://www.polyvore.com/cgi/img-thing?.out=jpg&size=l&tid=34225366) but I like different colours.
I like berry colours in tie-dye, like red, blue, white, purple together is really nice. (http://www.space15twenty.com/files/mensnew3.jpg)
If you're into the boho-ness, add beads hahaha

Or you can go mesh and do something like this :
http://www.store.cauchemar.co.uk/en/11-t-shirt#

0 · July 14, 2011

#3
Stephanie S

Stephanie S.

NEW JERSEY,
United States

11 posts

I like these styles :D

0 · July 14, 2011

#4
Taliena S

Taliena S.

LAPUTA,
United Kingdom

155 posts

Paint it! Put some irrelevant text on it, or a one-liner from your favourite song.

Or, paint a luxury brand on it. I think it looks super cool.
whats-wrong-with-the-zoo.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/diy_chanel_fake_t-shirt.jpg?9d7bd4

0 · July 15, 2011

#6
A S.

A S.

THE FUTURE,
United States

544 posts

Reverse tie-dye! I did this to my shirt:

0 · July 16, 2011

#7
A S.

A S.

THE FUTURE,
United States

544 posts

@ᶨᵤ \.

I love these!

0 · July 16, 2011

#8
Lyamm Etches

Lyamm E.

VANCOUVER,
Canada

54 posts

i take unique large mens t-shirts, cut the top off (collar) and make a tube dress using elastic around the top, then belt it and pull it up to give a cool baggy torso effect

0 · July 19, 2011

#10
Chloe Green

Chloe G.

CARDIFF,
United Kingdom

14 posts

Use transfer paper!
Print an image off your computor onto transfer paper and simply iron it on. I did this and put my fav band on.
works best on white t-shirts!

0 · July 20, 2011

#11
Nûr Johanna

Nûr J.

Switzerland

16 posts

It's really not much but it's quite nice for summer, especially if it's a shirt you didn't really wear before anyway...

lookbook.nu/look/2177015-It-takes-time-in-the-morning-for-me-to-become-George#comment_13387523

0 · July 20, 2011

#12
Tayler Worrell

Tayler W.

PORTLAND OR,
United States

300 posts

I actually just did a blog post on altering the neckline of a normal tshirt! I made a video on how to do it :)

styleinterplay.com/2011/07/diy-boatneck-tshirt.html

0 · July 21, 2011

#13
Carmen Baustert

Carmen B.

Luxembourg

156 posts

In this look ( lookbook.nu/look/2097515-DIY-meets-Jeremy-Scott ) I made a fringed shirt out of a normal shirt (simply use scissors to cut fringes). I however also had another boring oversized shirt and made a crop top out of it by simply cutting the lower part. There I also cut the neckline wider so that it's a one-side-shoulder-free-shirt. Furthermore I rolled up the sleves and sewed them because I hate those longer sleeves on T-Shirts :p If I ever post a look with that shirt I'll copy the link in here ;)

0 · July 23, 2011

#14
Yi Ting

Yi T.

LONDON,
United Kingdom

2 posts

Tie dye it or make it a Fringe Top!

Super easy and very environmentally friendly!!

0 · July 25, 2011

#19
Ruben Bissoli

Ruben B.

PARIS,
France

91 posts

@A S.

wow you did this???? it is really good...make a tutorial!!!

0 · October 5, 2011

#20
Ruben Bissoli

Ruben B.

PARIS,
France

91 posts

buy very very big paillettes ( or cut coloured transparent plastic pages) and cover the all t-shirt with them for a really prada-ish look.

0 · October 5, 2011

#21
Merjin

Merjin

Macedonia

2 posts

Interesting ideas , what do you think about this you have all the steps for creation ...

link

0 · July 28, 2014

#22
Daphne K

Daphne K.

Argentina

76 posts

I did this DIY with an oversized tee, it is really quick:

youtube.com/watch?v=uA3-oixz6RA

0 · August 6, 2014

#23
Tanya1 H

Tanya1 H.

BIRMINGHAM,
United Kingdom

424 posts

Cut the sides and make a knot in the centre

0 · January 5, 2017

  

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