DIY: CO-ORDS/ SEPARATES


Matching set was so in trend last summer and Shirt dress is making quite a trend this summer. But here i'm doing something totally contradictory. I have this shirt dress on my closet since past 2 years or so and i barely wore it, may be once! Cause the silhouette was so unflattering for my body type simultaneously i couldn't avoid the beautiful details it has - ruffles, subtle tucks. So, finally i decided to transform it into something wearable.

                                           YOU WILL NEED:

  •  a shirt dress
  • seam opener 
  • needle, thread or sewing machine 


First thing to do is lay the dress flat, turn it inside out in order to open the seam. 


You will have two sections like this.You can either cut the dress from the mid section but if your dress is as short as mine be careful cause you are going to turn the waistband over which will make it shorter anyway. 


Hem the edge of your crop top. For the waist band i folded about 2 inch keeping the space to thread elastic through.I apologize for not posting that step here.  


VOILA !

This is such a multi-functional outfit set. Can be worn with mid-heel or sandals or styled individually, and perfect from morning until the evening. 

Comments

  1. very clever diy. good going darling ..

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  2. Amazing idea,love it!

    I'm following you on GFC :)

    mystylishcorner.blogspot.ba

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  3. You are so smart and talented - and when you see that end pic you can just visualise how cute this will look as an outfit - and it can be styled so many ways!

    Excited to keep updated with your blog! :)

    Raashi
    http://raashiagarwal.blogspot.com.au

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  4. Omg, this is actually really cool?! Rompers can be hard to nail, but separating them just makes it such an easy way to wear them!

    May | THE MAYDEN

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  5. Wow! This is really nice ♥

    summerdaisy.net

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  6. Oh very great idea darling
    Thanks for this useful DIY!
    xx

    www.sakuranko.com

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  7. This turned out so cute! I thought about doing this to a romper I found at a thrift store, but decided to keep it the way it was (I'm a horrible DIYer) haha.

    http://splitneedles.blogspot.com

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  8. Great idea!!!
    Have a wonderful weekend!!! and my g+ for you!!!:)))

    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

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  9. Nice!!

    Kiss kiss.*Jo
    http://joandcompanystyle.blogspot.com/

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