If you’ve been following along with my “Men’s Shirt Refashion” series, then like me, you may have some leftovers laying around. Sifting through my bag of scraps, I saw sooo much potential!
The pants I picked up from a Savers thrift shop. I had the idea for the cuffed legs and was on the hunt for a pair, when instead, I was lucky enough to find two. Considering all the cuffs I acquired, I took that as a sign to do a second version.
I know I sound like a broken record! But I’m always trying to find ways to make my clothes versatile. So it’s no surprised that I found a way to make these two-piece outfits, into detachable jumpsuits.
I LOVE jumpsuits but they’re pretty limited as to what you can do with them. Oh! and let’s not forget the bathroom woes! Eek!
Here’s What I Used:
• Marking Tool
• Casual Straight-Leg Pants
• Men’s Shirt Remnants (Sleeves, Cuffs and Button Plackets)
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Tip: For the pants, I’d suggest trying it on beforehand with the cuffs pinned to the hem. The cuff will tack on a few extra inches to the length. That’s if you don’t mind it being a little baggy.
This is a great way to transform pants that are too short for your liking or need a little oomph. As for the tops, you could very well follow this tutorial and quickly whip one up using a yard of fabric.
Thoughts? Which is your fav?
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