Tuesday, 1 March 2011


Okay, I have had my eye on this top in Topshop for a while, not sure why but I really like it.
Winter has welcomed a more rocky me.
Anyway, I figured why pay £16 for half a top? When I can happily and easily do this to one of my own tops that need a breath of new life.
So, here is how you can do it:
 Choose a top, old or new and cut roughly 1cm width strips around the front and back of the top. Don't worry about trying to make it super neat, but if you want to, you can measure the 1cm gaps with a ruler and mark them with a pen lightly. Cut to the desired height, remember not to do it too high up.
 Once you have cut all of the strands, pull every individual strip to make it curl and become rounded rather than the staying as the flat piece of material.
And Voila, your done. Easy peasy!
Very worth trying out, and would be really cute to wear with high waist shorts/trousers and perfect for Spring Summer 2011.


  1. followed.i Love this, and love the tshirt you cut, it looks good with the print.

    Nice. http://themashedup.blogspot.com/

    Lydz xX

  2. This is such a cool idea, shame I don't have the tummy to pull something like this off.


  3. Loving this look!
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