OOTD // DIY Tee
As you read this, I am packing my bags! I am off to a tropical destination in few days and I couldn't be more excited about it (you will see soon enough on my Instagram stories)!! I can't wait to get away from the cold for a week, even though it has been pretty nice these days. This nice weather had got me REALLY excited about layered looks that don't involve a huge coat to prevent frost bite! So, I took advantage of it to take a few OOTD shots. This particular outfit I am very excited to share with you because I made the tee myself, with a $5.00 tee from Walmart.
THE COMPLETE LOOK
Tee // DIY (see below)
Jacket // Flee market in Madrid, Spain
Jeans // Garage Clothing
Booties // Call It Spring
Sunnies // Urban Outfitters
Necklace // Aldo Accessories
I really love this jacket because it brings back so many great memories of my time in Spain and it is perfect for this kind of weather. I love how it looks over the shoulders like this! Also, rather than let my oversize tee fall loose, I brought it up in a knot to create a more put together look. I added these gorgeous UO sunglasses to add a little bit of texture to the outfit, since it is the only pattern you can see. I really enjoy neutral colours and wearing jeans so I could definitely wear this outfit every day!
THE DIY TEE
All you need is an oversized tee from any clothing store. I personally like to get mine at Walmart because they are super cheap ($5.00).
I then proceeded to draw up the outline of a "V" shape. Start it several inches below the collar (the exact distance depends on how plunging you want it to be). Then draw all the way up to the top, forming a somewhat rounded V shape, but making sure you leave a space between the collar and the edge of your cutout so it gives a 'floating' look like this one. What is really like about this cutout shape is that it gives the appearance as though you were wearing a choker too.
These type of cutout tees are really in right now, so this DIY is the ideal way to stay stylist on a budget. That leaves more money for accessories ;) I personally like to style this kind of cutout tee with a lace bralette to add a little extra somethin' somethin' ;) I also paired this one with my new necklace from ALDO, which I am slightly obsessed with at the moment!
HOW ABOUT YOU?
Have you guys ever tried some DIY fashion projects and want to share? I'd love to see and get inspiration from you guys! Share your experiences below!!