If you haven't noticed, cropped shirts are a pretty big deal this season. I can't say that I fully support the trend because... well... let's just get it out there: there really isn't a good reason to ever run around town with your stomach on display.
Too much ab-age in the world today.
BUT I do see a place for the cropped top... and in my world, that place is ballet. I do a lot of refashions for ballet because dance wear is RIDICULOUSLY expensive and I'm not down with it. But I try to make sure that all of my ballet-class refashions are street worthy. This is no exception.
SO easy. And hey- it works with any baggy-ish tee. If you want it to be off the shoulder, that's do-able, too and I'll explain that.
All I did was lay the shirt flat on the ground and cut a straight line across the bottom- about 8 inches. The amount you cut off will vary depending on what YOU want. Be sure to try the shirt on first and mark about how long you want it to be.
If you're using an old t-shirt or some sort of jersey knit, you won't need to hem. The edge will simply roll up. If you want a clean hem, that's totally ok! Follow the directions HERE to make a gorgeous hem.
Wasn't that the easiest refashion ever? It's a super quick way update any of your old t's for summer. Mmm. Warmth. Beach. Happiness. Joy.Have an awesome weekend, people. I hope it's refreshing! As always, thanks for reading