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10 Ways to Refashion Old Shirts

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I always love the look of a great t-shirt paired with the perfect pair of comfy jeans. What do I love even more? Saving a buck and gaining extra mileage out of clothing I already own. Lately I’ve been seeing so many cool ways to refashion old t-shirts to make them one of a kind pieces your closet will be happy to hold. We’re talking ombre, stripes, neon, cool zippers, big bows – the works! Want to give new life to one of your old workout tees or that oversized shirt your guy doesn’t wear anymore? Here are 10 cool ways to refashion old shirts! Bonus: A few of them are even no-sew ideas perfect for those of you who, like me, do better with painter’s tape and spray paint than a needle and thread.

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Refashioning Old T-Shirts

Ombre T-Shirt

Much cheaper and more fun than it's designer counterparts, this awesome ombre t-shirts is as easy as whipping out an old shirt and some pretty dye!
Get the tutorial at A Pair and a Spare.

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About Cyd Converse


Cyd Converse

Cyd Converse is a blogger, designer and stylist with a passion for parties and entertaining. She is the founder of The Sweetest Occasion, a blog where she shares inspiration for entertaining, DIY ideas, fashion finds, home decor and pretty party wares. Read bio and latest posts → Read Cyd's latest posts →

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