Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Wordless Wednesday {linky party}: More Styles to Upcycle a Man's Shirt


More styles for tops using a man's shirt :) Remember, no sewing required!!
See more on how to wear a man's shirt pretty.

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48 comments:

Diana - Teacher Mom said...

Pretty indeed! I especially love the look on the upper right.

Diana - Toronto Teacher Mom

Trisha said...

Super cute! I LOVE the first dress in the 2nd row! Thanks for linking up at Momma T and Baby E!
Trisha

Samantha said...

did you make that?

kewkew said...

Quite creative!

Ai Sakura said...

No need to make :) Just simple buttoning and tying.. did them all just a few minutes each heh

Tammi @ My Organized Chaos said...

Such a great idea!!

Tammi
My Organized Chaos

Clairejustine said...

These are great,thanks for hosting :)

Verena said...

These look really great!
Hug´s,
Verena

Aleksandra Nearing said...

You are so creative! I think I am too tall to upcycle my man's shirt. Maybe if I found a size XL :)

Mommy Moment said...

Cute, Cute, Cute!

Jody
Mommy Moment

Jennifer Leigh said...

You definitely do make it look pretty! Very creative!!!

Lolo @ Crazy About My Baybah said...

Wow! I have never seen a man's shirt look so cute! Very creative!

GrammyMouseTails said...

cute & creative. I like both on the right side. ~Faythe @ GMT~

Ai Sakura said...

thanks ladies... sometimes, I still like to play dress-up at home when I've time :P

Dominique@Dominique's Desk said...

You are really very creative..love the looks you created with the shirt.

Mumma's Mini Mes - Kym said...

Wow how smart!

alissa4illustration said...

Looks GREAT!

Joyce Lansky said...

Hey! Your site works this week!

Joyce
http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2011/12/wordless-wednesday-falling-prices.html

Shasher's Life said...

Very creative!

良い仕事

:)

LOVE MELISSA:) said...

Adorable Sakura!

Mom2Michael said...

Smart! These look great. I would never have thought of it.

Veronica Lee said...

How cute! Love the idea!

Good Girl Gone Green said...

I like the first one on the right! :)

Naila Moon of the Grey Wolf said...

I am new to your blog page. That is really awesome!
~Naila Moon

http://imaphotographicgenius.blogspot.com/2011/12/wordless-weddec-14-2011.html

Grace said...

That is such a fantastic idea ! But I reckon if we put a potato sack on you, you'd still look fabulous ! :)

NC Sue said...

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TToria said...

Really creative, the top left is my favourite.

Here's my WW-also on fashion this week :-)

http://ttoria.blogspot.com

TToria
xo

Stacy Uncorked said...

I LOVE it! Those are absolutely genius - so much prettier than wearing a man's shirt the regular way. :)

It's Beginning to Look a lot like Christmas

Mom vs. the boys said...

wow, clever!

April said...

Really creative! I woudln't never have thought of it!

Now following... Nice to meet you!

April

spanish4kiddos said...

Interesting post; I never thought you could have so many uses for a man's shirt.
Great to connect,
Barbara
Spanish4Kiddos – The Spanish Science Corner

The Green House said...

I don't think I can pull off something like that! But it would be great to try!

Thanks for sharing!

Happy WW!

Meghan @JaMonkey said...

Very clever! Love it!

Sarah said...

So fun.

Ai Sakura said...

Aww you lovelies are too kind to me ;p glad you all enjoyed this post :)

Bee said...

Very cute! I have tried to upcycle things before, mostly making men's tshirts into clothes for my boys, but it's always ended badly. Maybe one day I'll get it right and it will look as good as these!

Crash Test Mummy said...

Wow - you are really beautiful. I can't imagine that I could look that good in one of hubby's shirts. Might give it a go though, it's very clever!

Leovi said...

These beautiful dresses have different design possibilities, the cross is the one I like.

Veronica @ Mixed Gems said...

What a great look on you. You make a great model too. I'm with Grace though, I thnk you'd make a potato sack look good. Care to take up the challenge? ;-)

Paula Robinson said...

HI! Nice to unexpectedly run into another Singapore Blogger - found you on the Take It from Me hop! New follower too..


Paula
RealhousewifeofSingapore.blogspot.com

Judy Haughton-James said...

Very creative! You have certainly shared a great idea Ai. Thanks for adding your link to the Creative Thursday Blog Hop. Take care and I wish you and your family a good Friday and weekend.

momto8 said...

I would have never even thought this! great looks!

Laura said...

Visiting from Judy's link up. I am so impressed, I'm speechless.

Melissa said...

Totally love this!! Found you through a link party. New follower! =)

Kara at Petals to Picots said...

I love upcycled shirt idea. I would love for you to add it to my Best of 2011 link party, as well as any other projects you are most proud of from this year. Visit http://www.petalstopicots.com.
~Kara(your newest google follower :)

Amy said...

Wow, those look great! I would never think to do something like that with a man's shirt! Thanks for sharing at Shine On Fridays!!

Lady J said...

Very nice! Been wanting to try some of the styles but haven't got round to it yet.. Was it difficult to do this?

Ai Sakura said...

Not at all! Only took a while to wear, adjust & accessorise :)