A Man's Dress Shirt, Restyled
Photo: Cyndi Coon

A Man's Dress Shirt, Restyled

Like everyone, the dry-cleaners make mistakes; a shirt's forgotten, a stain overlooked, or a shirt gets sent home in the middle of the wrong stack with the wrong owners.  

So what do to if you're on the other end of that mistake and have hung onto someone else's item (namely, a man's dress shirt)? How about dyeing the shirt to hide the original identity and turning it into a mini-dress, instead? 

Learn more about how to hide your (semi) theft after the jump.

MATERIALS:

--A Man's Dress shirt

--Fabric Dye

--Sewing Machine

--Thread

--Straight pins
--Ribbon

--Scissors

METHOD:

1. Dye the shirt in your washing machine according to the manufacturer's directions.

A Man's Dress Shirt, Restyled
Photo: Cyndi Coon
A Man's Dress Shirt, Restyled
Photo: Cyndi Coon
A Man's Dress Shirt, Restyled
Photo: Cyndi Coon
A Man's Dress Shirt, Restyled
Photo: Cyndi Coon
A Man's Dress Shirt, Restyled
Photo: Cyndi Coon
A Man's Dress Shirt, Restyled
Photo: Cyndi Coon
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