Restyling is a great way to up your fashion game without requiring you to throw it out. Today we will discuss some of the quick hacks that will help you to transform an old dress into a new one. Check it out then.
Cut your T-shirt in the front
Do you have an oversized loose t-shirt in your wardrobe that you never pick while dressing up? Here’s an easy way to style it up. Cut the t-shirt from the middle in a vertical straight line. It will convert your t-shirt into a fancy shrug. Layering is a new trend in the fashion realm. You can wear any t-shirt and layer it up with your all-new handmade shrug. It will give you a smart street look. If you want, you can even make some threadworks or handicrafts on the shrug to change the entire face.
Use a big corset belt
We all have a loose dress or a monochrome dress that makes us look boring. But you need not throw it out. All you need is to accessorize it. And what better way to do that than a big corset belt.
Wear a big corset belt, preferably of contrast colour on the dress, and you are good to go. However, it’s better to wear a belt on a dress, not on a t-shirt. Since the length of the dress is a bit long (at least below the waist), it will create a bifurcated look. It will also make you look slimmer.
Shirt opening backwards
You may feel shocked at it, but it is a fashion these days. Instead of wearing a shirt formally, reverse the way you wear it. That way, the buttons and the openings of the shirt will fall on your backside. You can keep a few of the top buttons open for a casual look. You can close the regulators if you want a neat and clean look. Trust us; it’s going to turn heads!
T-shirt under a dress
If you want to take layering to the next level, wear a dress on a t-shirt or top. Make sure that the top of the t-shirt is visible and the dress is sleeveless. It will create a vintage look, and you can always experiment with colours. For instance, opt for black and white - the classic combo - black t-shirt and white dress or vice versa. You can also wear multiple colours. But try to keep at least one item monochrome. If you want to wear a multi-colour top, keep the dress monochrome - it will create visual contrast. Otherwise, too many colours may completely ruin your look.
Mix and match
Mix and match is the best way to transform an old dress. You can layer multiple dresses. You can give your imagination a wing with mix and match fashion.
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