How to turn a buttoned shirt into a dress

When I was a teenager I used to wear my father’s old fancy buttoned shirts that were too old for him to wear with his suit.
Just a slightly washed look, way too big for me (my dad is 1,93 m/6.3 ft) and combined with skater jeans and a simple black tank top, I thought I looked awesome.
Of course, you’re 14 years old and everything you think you’re doing right, you’re probably doing wrong.
Now, ten years later, I still claim all my dads’ old shirts, promising myself I will use them for when I make paintings (which, of course, I never do) and now have a small pile of Hugo Boss and Marc O’Polo crisp white and beautiful lined striped buttoned mens’ shirts collecting dust.

Until I saw this video.

Beware! Before you sneak into your handsome but unfortunately not Alexander Skarsgård-tall boyfriend’s closet and steal the shirt you’ve always been jealous of: you need a pretty big size to actually turn it into a dress – shirts and skirts would also work.


One thought on “How to turn a buttoned shirt into a dress

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