Make Your Tees Fashionable | DIY (No-Sew) T-Shirts

If you’re a fashionable lady then you know how tough it can be to make t-shirts look good. I usually have to tuck them in, roll up the sleeves, tie up the middle or just decide to look like a house. And since looking like a house is not really an option I had to find a way to make them work for me.

The great thing is it’s relatively easy to do, all you need is some scissors and some creativity… I also used some paint on one, but it’s all up to you.

Check out my creations below!

1) Be “Flashy” Cropped Tee

What you need:

  • Flash tee (or any tee; medium or large for best results)
  • Sharp scissors
  • Fabric scraps from the sleeves

How to create:

Flash_Front

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Flash_Back

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Note: Use the leftover fabric from the sleeves to gather the back together parts together, simply tie the fabric in a knot to get the “T” effect in the back (see picture below).

What it will look like:

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay


2) Be Fancy Off-Shoulder Tee

What you need:

  • Plain tee (any size)
  • Sharp scissors
  • Paint + brush
  • Letter Stencils

 

How to create:

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

What it will look like:

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay


3) Go Bolts Tee

What you need:

  • Bolts tee (or any tee; large or extra-large for best results)
  • Sharp scissors

How to create:

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Note: Cut the sides horizontally first, the cut each individual piece vertically. Once you’ve done that, tie each piece together. You can also cut the top of the shirt near the shoulders to tighten it as well (see picture below).

What it will look like:

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay


4) Fringe Tee or Beach Cover-up

What you need:

  • Plain tee (any size)
  • Sharp scissors
  • Fabric scraps from the sleeves (optional)

How to create:

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Note: You can tie a knot in each hanging piece or not, it’s up to you. I also took some leftover fabric from the sleeves and tied the shoulder sleeves up to give the same knotted detail (see picture below).

What it will look like:

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Credit: CW44 Tampa Bay

Hope you guys like these ideas!! Happy styling!

Tara Wikoff | CW44 Tampa Bay

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