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DIY: Making A Sexier Beast!!!!

Hey Everyone!!!
I'm back with another DIY..
This DIY is really a redesign.. 


As some of you may know, Animal Print is back as a Fall/Winter Fashion Trend this Season.
Personally, I feel that it never went away and can be use as a neutral and pairs wonderfully with anything in your closet.

I'd been looking at this blouse I made almost 3 years ago and wanted to do something a little different with it, it felt a little restricting to say it was leopard.. 
I wanted to liven it up and let her roar a little...




Twist front top had always been on my radar but was to afraid to it..
Until Now.... 
I took her out, cut her up, put her back together and soo happy it came out the way I envisioned, actually better. 



I used the YouTube video below to redesign my leopard shirt.





Below, is the shirt I redesigned. 
Click on the link below to see the DIY on how I made this Batwing Shirt..




Closer look at the twist front..




Even closer look at the twist..
Soo Neat!!



OK!!
I have another surprise..
You can actually wear the shirt backwardly too.. 
That's soo Cool!!
Sexy!!

That's all I have for you today.. 
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If you have any questions, feel free.

Until Next Time...
SEW IT CHIC!!!! 



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