DIY Crop Top Tee w/ @TheFabJunkie


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Suma KaulThe Fab Junkie

A Good Look Contributor


 

Crop tops can be winter friendly but at this point who’s thinking of winter? I think we’re all ready for SPRING! Here’s an easy DIY for turning an old or thrift tee into a crop top. Check out the step by step directions after the cut:

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Start by using a basic or graphic tee. I picked this one because the color screams warmer days and the material is soft and it’s a bit oversized. 

I used a measuring tape to figure out how far I will cut up. About 10 inches is perfect. You can mark the area with a marker for better precision. 

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Now you will cut up the side using the seam as a guide. 

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You should have one simple slit. 

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Do the same for the under side.

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Turn the shirt over where the front side is laying down and you will now cut the back flap off leaving the front intact. 

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Your shirt should now look like this. 

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Cut a slit straight up the middle. 

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Cut one side on a diagonal. Then do the same for the other side. This will be your front ties. 

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Your final cuts should make your tee look like this! Try it on with a pair of high-waisted jeans and sport it all Spring long! 


Happy DIY-ing!

Suma Kaul is a NYC-based fashion, beauty and lifestyle blogger from TheFabJunkie.com. She loves thrifting and making something old new again. 

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