vrijdag 18 mei 2012


When I saw the lookbook from the romanian label M12, know for there unisex clothing, I just fell in love with this asymetric simple white shirt. So i decided to copy it, this is a verry simple DIY anyone could do this you just need a sewing machine and a few free hours.

All you need is:
- a plain white shirt
- some pins
- verry sharp siccors
- a sewing machine

First you draw a line so you know where to cut the shirt in halve.
after you cut the shirt you have to hem the edges so it looks nice a clean, but if you want a more rough look you don't have to to this.
After you have hem the shirt you start to pin the to pieces together, the pins have to have a space from 15 cm between each of them.
Then you sew the two halves togeter but not all the way, first you sew 5 cm, then you let 5 cm open and repeat it untill the to halves are all sewd together ( with little open spaces between it. )
No put the shirt on and enjoy!

2 opmerkingen:

  1. That's interesting. I love clothes that play on structures. It's also a good basis for other DIY projects following the same idea.