Vintage Lace Shirt DIY/ Refashion

Sunday, 31 March 2013

Before. Love how the back of the shirt is longer than the front.


Lace for the front of shirt.


Begin by spreading out shirt and smoothing out creases.  


Cut off sleeves if you don't want to keep them. I don't.


Measure amount of lace needed for shirt front part.


Cut dotted line parts to remove front part of shirt. I keep the middle button line and the collar to give it a vintage feel. After that, sew on lace accordingly. Hem the edges.


After. Total makeover for shirt. Love it! :)

Front and back. Pairing it with jeans.

Happy Easter and a blessed week ahead! :)




4 comments:

  1. I love this! I keep planning on doing this type of refashion, but can't seem to find a good solid piece of lace to do it. Great job!

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    1. Thanks! I had a hard time finding the lace too :(

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  2. SO adorable, i love this!! i've done this on the back of a shirt but not the front, awesome idea it's so cute!!

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    1. Thanks! I actually was thinking of doing on the back but then I love how the original shirt has a longer back than the front so I changed! :) Would love to see how yours turned out though! :)

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