It is said that fashion has to reflect who you are, what you feel and where you are going! In today’s world, where fashion keeps changing quite frequently, are you always on the verge of falling short of the latest trend’s clothing and accessories! I can quite understand… For me, how much ever I shop, after a week; somehow, I am falling short of the ‘right’ clothes. Some days, either I don’t have clothes that match my mood, or the other days, I just don’t have ‘that’ color of dress that I have in my head! *AArrgghh* when this happens, it can get quite frustrating isn’t it?
Well, while that is a natural phenomenon every normal woman goes through, here is a trick to save you a little from that fashion outburst! Why not, try to revamp the old and existing clothes it? Because, it can get a little daunting to get exactly that outfit that you have imaged! So what? Take something from your wardrobe and revamp it. Cool… isn’t it?
Ways to Revamp your Average Fashion Wear
Get Some Geometry On Those Plain Tops
If you just don’t feel like wearing that plain shirt of yours, which you had bought only because you liked the color, then revamp it my friend! Take a geometry scale, and mark points at measured distances. Now, take some pearls, old beads and get them stitching on the hems, and sleeves!
The Ripped Jeans Can Never Go Out Of Fashion
This is one of the trendiest and easiest ways to revamp all those old jeans in your wardrobe! Use sharp scissors to cut the jeans randomly. Now, take a blade to rip of the cuts from the middle. Once that is done, use a grater to get the ripped look of those cuts!
Make A Crop Top Out Of A Long Scarf
Tie the scarf across your chest. Do this twice and tie it towards the back. Adjust it from the front to make it look little longer, as per your preferences. Or, wear a black dress inside, get this awesome new crop top from scarf and then pull over the black dress down to make it into a skirt! Scarf is after all the life saver when wardrobe fails!
A Cross Studded Back Of That Plain T-Shirt
You will need a chalk and pencil, some metal studs and scissors. Use chalk to highlight the cuts you will make on the back. Cut along those white lines. Now, use fabric glue to stick the metal studs in middle of those cuts.
The Collar Full Of Pearls
You don’t need a lot to get this. You just need pearls and sewing materials. Take the pearls and sew it neatly and carefully across the collar, or the elbow patch to get some nice neat look to the top.
Some Embellishments On The Top
To get this on those boring sweaters and t-shirts, take a ready-made embellishment, sew it on the top, where you want the new look to come. Now, cut the top very carefully from within the embellishments and Hola!
Get Some Colors On The Plain Bottoms
To get this, all you need is some watercolors, and tape. Now, stick the tip randomly on your pants where you would like the colored pattern to come. Paint these areas, and then when the color dries, remove the tape. Use as many different colors as you can.
A T-Shirt Turned To A Cool Sweater
Oh yes! You can surely do this. You just need to run your imagination wild and cut the t-shirt in such a way that you can make it look like a sweater. Use colorful buttons to sew them in the front and your new outfit is ready!
Get Some Cool Prints On The Pockets Of Your Shorts
To get this, you need to trace the patchwork. Or, for a permanent solution, just get the ready – made fabric from the market and sew it on the back pockets for a trendy look to your shorts. Know all about the different prints and patterns and decide what prints do you want on the pockets of your sassy shorts.
A Laced Skirt From Those Old Jeans
Cut the jeans to the length of the skirt you want. Now, take neat strips of laces and stitch it at the ends of the skirt. You can also add on the skirt’s look by stitching the lace at the waist portion of the skirt.
The Polka Dotted Shorts For Those Summer Days
If you do not want to part with the jeans, but you cannot wear it because it has faded, then revamp it into shorts of another color and pattern. Dye the jeans to another color, cut it from the bottom and use fabric paints to make the polka dots on it. To get the best prints on it, use pencil to draw the dots first and then paint them.
So, now when you clearly know what you can do with those clothes that you feel like discarding, get going! Open your wardrobe, and I am sure you will find a lot of clothes that you can convert into something trendy! The best part? You don’t need a lot of stuff to revamp them!