There’s a few different ways you can wear a printed strapless dress, and it’s very easy to do because your not limited by sleeves or pant legs. Try wearing it as a skirt or top, and mix and match it with different pieces.
I picked up this dress from H&M about four years ago (gosh time flies!). I love how colourful and summery it looks so I’ve worn it multiple times with different clothing pieces.
Because it’s strapless I like to wear bit more accessories than I typically would, so I paired it with a necklace and a body chain. You can DIY your own body chain with my tutorial here.
Sometimes when I feel like I can’t find anything to wear I like to Think Outside the Cloth and find different ways to wear one piece of clothing. This trick is a quick and easy way to transform your tank tops into a bra-crop top.
- Remove your arm from one side of the strap.
- Pull the strap down to the bottom of the shirt.
- Pull the strap under the bottom of the shirt, and pick up the strap from the inside.
- Put your arm back through the strap.
- The top will now be crossed in the front and back of the shirt. Move the crossed part to the middle.
- Adjust so that it’s even on both sides.
Here are some photos of when I’ve used this trick in an outfit.
I stuck dangle earrings in the middle of this top to add some shine. Check out my 7 Alternate Jewellery Uses for more tips.
Do you ever wear one piece of clothing in different ways? Share in a comment below 🙂
This DIY is a super easy way to add some character to a plain shirt. This project was inspired by P.S. I Made This Printed Jeans. Since this was my first time using fabric paint I decided to keep it simple, but I’m definitely going to try this again with a more intricate pattern. I love the textured effect the sponge gives.
Piece of cardboard
Draw the outline of whatever shape you want to imprint on the sponge. I (obviously) decided on a heart.
Cut out the shape.
Place the piece of cardboard in between the shirt so the paint does not soak through to the back.
Take the fabric paint and apply it evenly on your sponge shape.
Press the sponge down on the shirt.
Repeat, evenly reapplying the paint to the sponge when necessary.
Optional: Once I was finished I added some dots of gold coloured fabric paint.
I’m really excited to share this project because it was really inexpensive to make (shout out to my local dollar store lol), and I really liked the way it turned out. I plan on making another one in a different colour. Fair warning, this project does require a bit of sewing but don’t be discouraged my sewing skills are very very basic and it turned out great.
Wear the strapped bandeau on it’s own, under a sheer shirt, or with a muscle tee.
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Pull this little trick to get a different look for your sleeveless shirts.
You can pick some at a dollar store, fabric store, or Walmart
- Safety pins (optional)
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