20 summer outfits you can easily make yourself
Every woman has a few old things she doesn’t wear anymore. But it’s such a pity to throw them away! Don’t hurry to put your old shirts and dresses into the depths of your closet — if you add just one small detail, you can give new life to your clothes and make them really trendy.
This is exactly why AZtag collected some tips and tutorials on how you can transform your boring old clothes. Enjoy!
Spice up your dress with a new color.
You’ll find step-by-step instructions here.
Bows always look feminine.
See the tutorial here.
Add some lace.
All the patterns are here.
Decorate your shirt with pearls.
An utterly beautiful and easy design! See the tutorial here or here.
Make a cool summer T-shirt with an open back.
Find out how to braid the back.
Turn your maxi skirt into a short summer dress.
Read the sewing tips here.
Make a trendy sweater with an open back.
See how to cut it.
Decorate your clothes with sequins.
See other pictures here.
You can make a cool print.
The description lies here.
Take a new perspective on your shirt.
Click for more pictures.
Add a cute detail — the elbow heart patches, for example.
See here how you can make it.
Lace can make an ordinary black T-shirt look great.
Read the tutorial here.
Gems will add a touch of chic to everything.
See here how to decorate it.
Transform your T-shirt beyond recognition.
Follow this tutorial.
That’s how it’s made.
You can apply a simple print on a long sleeve T-shirt.
The instruction lies here.
Turn an old scarf into a new crop top.
See the tutorial.
You can make a light summer dress out of a man’s shirt.
Click here if you’d like to have this one.
A boring sweater easily transforms into a romantic outfit.
To learn how to sew the lace on, click here.
Even an old T-shirt can be turned into a trendy dress.
Follow the tutorial.
You can apply a cute print on anything your heart wants.
The tutorial is really simple!
Turn a man’s T-shirt into a draped cardigan.
Add lace to your tops.
Click here for different patterns.
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