I’m a t-shirt and jeans kind of gal. I will rock a white v-neck, jeans and boots over anything else in a heartbeat. Don’t get me wrong, I love clothes and dressing up. But you cannot beat a good tee. It’s actually impossible.
Some people thing t-shirts are really boring. Even though I totally disagree, I understand the sentiment. Some people want a little more pizzazz when it comes to their clothes, and that’s cool. We can work with that! If you like t-shirts, but you want something that still screams “fashion” then you’ve come to the right place.
Check out these awesome t-shirt DIYs that will instantly update your wardrobe!
Bow Back Tee
College Fashion brings us this super cute tutorial with a cutout back that's still super feminine and flirty. The bow addition is such a nice touch, and you don't even need a sewing machine for this!
How fashionable is this?! Maybe it's because Maegan of Love Maegan was inspired by Gucci. This DIY is so easy and just requires a little precision.
Sheer Back Tee
Cotton And Curls' Liz shows you how to get this gorgeous sheer back tee with just a few steps. She uses a sewing machine, but you could easily use a needle and thread or get some iron-on hem strips instead.
If you have a super over-sized shirt lying around, this DIY is perfect. You can make a really casual yet cute dress out of it with this DIY from Can Can Dancer.
Butterfly Twist Tee
Laura of Trash To Couture created this easy and gorgeous t-shirt remake. I love this so much and want to do it to all my shirts.
Lace Cutout Tee
Mr. Kate brings us this totally customizable DIY. You can cut out any shape and use any fabric to insert, but the lace is really pretty.
Boat Neck Striped Tee
The easiest way to update any t-shirt is to cut the neck off and turn it into a wide boat neck like Gina of Camp Clem.
Cutout Back Tee
This is much like Maegan's cutout shirt, but I love that it's just the back. Morgan from Red Lipstick And Macrame shows you how to do this in a super easy DIY.
One Shoulder Tee
If you want something a little more fun, why not turn your tee into a one-shoulder top? Anne from WobiSobi shows you how in this no-sew tutorial.
Fringe T-Shirt Scarf
If you don't want to turn your t-shirt into a new top, make it a scarf instead! This DIY from Oh A Few Of My Favorite Things involves a t-shirt and a pair of scissors.
Have you updated any of your t-shirts? What’s your favorite DIY above? Tell us in the comments!