Back in my itty-bitty days, I amassed a collection of rock band babydoll tees I haven't worn for years because I'm not an x-small in juniors anymore. Plus, I'm over the babydoll style.
Give me something loose so my pits can breathe and and my muffin top isn't popping out for everyone to see!
Not wanting to see my band tees go to waste (and too cheap to spend money on more), I long ago hatched a plan to repurpose them and finally made good on it this evening.
For my first project, I snipped away at my Ramones "Road to Ruin" babydoll I've had for over 10 years.
|Yea, my camera phone sucks a big one.|
This picture from January 2008 probably shows one of the last times I comfortably fit the tee. (That skirt, too.)
|This outfit was for The Secretions' "That Kind of Girl" video shoot.|
I cut the graphic into a patch. My paper slicer was handy for this.
I then hand-stitched the patch on this awesome black cold-shoulder tee I treated myself to for my birthday. At $7.99 on clearance from Delia's, I consider that a score. I got one in teal, too.
To christen my new favorite tee, I wore it to The Dollyrots show at The Blue Lamp.
|Because I'm Awesome!|
These semi-skinny jeans were also a birthday present to myself. They have a rhinestone button and were $10 from Ross. Once I got them home, I realized they are a little loose on my legs for skinny jeans. The Ross mirror tricked me, I guess. Still, $10 for Lee jeans I've seen at department stores for $30+? No complaints.
And yes, that's our bathroom trash on a table. It's the only way to keep the dog out of it. Isn't it cute? My mom decorated it with craft foam to match my shower curtain. It looks identical to the one JC Penny sold for a ridiculous amount. The thrifty and crafty genes are strong in my family.