DIY: Revamp Your Shirt!

If only God was kind enough to let us change our wardrobe every once in a while without spending any money! But he isn’t, so we girls have to find our ways..inexpensive ways to keep our wardrobes interesting. And what better way than DIYs! 
I’ll be starting a section on DIYs with this post. Now let me warn you, I am an extremely lazy person and also with college and stuff, I can’t really comment on the regularity of the posts. But I shall try! 
So here goes the first one:

What you need:

3-4 CDs
A bowl where your CDs fit in
Water
Fabric glue or Fevi Quick
Scissors
A shirt

  1.  Take a bowl of water.
  2.  Put the CDs in it.
  3. Microwave for about 5 min.
  4. Let the CDs cool for a bit.
5. Wipe away the water.
6. Cut the CDs into half.
7. You will notice the plastic part of the CD coming out. Take it off gently. 

8. This is how it’ll look while you are taking it off. You can obviously use both your hands. I had to take the picture while taking it off hence could use only one hand.
9. Once the plastic part is out, this is how it’ll look. Mine’s a little messy but it doesn’t matter.
10. Next, cut the CD into triangles or whatever shape you want.
11. Stick it on the collar with glue.

12. And TADA…it’s done!
13. Now you could do this on a tee or even a pair of shoes.

DIY Source: Pinterest
Shirt: BK Market, Calcutta

Of fringes & beads


I don’t have to reiterate my love for maxis here. This is probably my 100th post on maxis. What has changed is probably my new-found love for maxis in solid colours. They’re so much more easier to style and can be worn in so many ways! I’m already thinking of all the different ways to style this maxi in my head. You could share your styling tips in the comments section. I would be more than happy. 

But the highlight of this outfit, if not already apparent from the pictures, are my gorgeous shoes. Beads and fringes! What else could I ask for? It was love at first sight. So I styled the outfit in the simplest way possible adding only a chunky neckpiece so that all the pieces in the outfit stand out.  

Maxi/Bag: Vero Moda (Super Saturday sale)
Shoes: koovs.com
Neckpiece: Exhibition in Calcutta