DIY shirt (old project)
But suddenly, I came upon a bright idea!
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I thought that I could sew a panel of a shirt in the front area and make an imitation of a shirt underneath. And since I was formerly inspired by a Moschino design of a tee with a giant tartan bowtie, I made my choice. And it appeared too complicated to tailor a shirt panel , so I just got one of my Dad’s old pleated shirts and cut the front area. I cut the collar too, for a more feminine look. Then, I hemmed a long band of the rest of the fabric and sewed it in the two front sides of the collar, to create the bow tie effect. (I made it wider in the ending for the ‘ribbon’ look)
P.S.: I still have some hardships in combining it in an outfit, though. Any ideas?
P.P.S.: So sorry for the quality of the photos, but I had to make them with my own camera which is a non professional one and the light wasn't very good too.