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Seattle Style Shirt Dress Refashion

By: Riva from rivaladiva.com
Seattle Style Shirt Dress Refashion
Seattle Style Shirt Dress Refashion
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Give your wardrobe some classic 90s Seattle style with a flannel shirt dress that's both figure flattering and completely cozy. This Seattle Style Shirt Dress Refashion shows you how to transform two regular flannel button-downs into one chic and edgy dress. Using two different sized tops, you can create a knee-length dress that's warm enough for winter but still lightweight for breezy fall weather. The best part about this fun refashioning project is that this garment can be worn as a dress or open as a long cardigan over your favorite rock tee, so that you can go girly or edgy. Pick out your favorite plaids and break out your best pair of scissors for this upcycled sewing project.

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Elegant and so flattering, I just love this design and what an incredibly novel way of making a dress! With winter definitely upon us here in South Africa I think this would be a lovely dress to wear on a mild winter day or as spring starts to arrive and the days start to slowly warm up. Amazingly is really is an Easy item to make so give it a try because you are going to look gorgeous when you wear it!

I like this flannel dress transformation and you are recycling but you have to find the shirts in two different sizes. that may be hard in same color but I may be daring and try to make out of different colors. I had to look over directions a few times but after awhile I got it.I like the button down look and I like that it is not tight fitting and you can make it longer or shorter. This can be worn by any age. This tutorial is good but if there was a video it would be even better for some to understand. Thanks for the great idea.

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