As somebody who typically doesn’t dress up very often, I wanted to challenge myself to change that bad habit.
The problem is, I normally have a hard time finding dresses that fit me.
Being slightly taller than average (I’m nearly 5’8″), brand-new store-bought dresses are often too short, and the butt-part of the dress (where the darts are sewn in to make room for your derrière), end up in the middle of my back (which looks really weird, let me tell ya’).
I also don’t have a budget that allows me to go out and purchase a whole new dressy summer wardrobe.
(That’s where refashioning has come in handy.)
With all of the 49-cent dresses I’ve scored in the past, I’ve already got a great collection of refashioned (or soon-to-be-refashioned) summer dresses, but I just couldn’t resist adding to my collection!
I started out with this little blue number…
The first thing that desperately needed to happen was removing these bad boys… Continue reading
For this week’s refashion, I started out with this pullover hooded sweatshirt.
I actually like this sweatshirt, but I don’t like having to pull it on and off over my head.
I figured this would be a quick fix…WRONG!
Let me explain… Continue reading
When I saw this dress, I instantly knew what I wanted to do with it, and it was going to be relatively quick and easy.
I’m all about quick and easy refashions lately. There’s been a lot going on and I’ve been much busier than I like. Continue reading
For this week’s refashion, I started out with this ugly thing that reminded me of something from my middle-school years…
This is NOT very flattering… I think I need to work out. Yikes!
Yuck! The only thing I liked about this dress was the print. Continue reading
Happy Friday everyone!
For this week’s refashion I started out with this too big tank-top that my daughter wasn’t all that interested in…
“Mom, this thing is huge on me!”
Obviously this wouldn’t work for her as-is, but she can always use more skirts, especially in the summer!
To begin, I trimmed along the neckline, to even things up a bit… Continue reading