Ready for a closet makeover? But you don’t have money to drown? You’re in luck. Check out a few of these ideas for the perfect revamp.
First, Alessia. This is how I feel every day of my life. Check out a few of her ideas to fix that.
Life is Beautiful: get this: the skirt was made from a baggy shift. Yep, you heard right.
From Maegan, this casual t-shirt becomes a glitzy, posh laced blouse.
Brit+Co took a scarf and did something extraordinary with it. So many ideas on their site.
Clothed Much took a few old shorts and made this incredible colorful maxi dress. Love it.
from For the Love of: painted paints are a hot commodity. Why not just do it yourself?
Sachiko shows how to spice up a sweater so that it’s barely recognizable. Love it.
Jen: take ugly baggy pants to town and make them into the popular skinny styles.
Stephanie took a leopard skirt that she didn’t like and made it fabulous. Check this out!
Sarah knows the dangers of simply having too much stuff. Organize everything with this simple tutorial.
Look at this adorable t-shirt that Trash to Couture created. It makes me want to dig up all my old t-shirts and get out the sewing machine. If only I would look exactly like her when I wear it:) But really. I love this look.
And this! Super cute way to take old t-shirts and make them new. T-shirts are so comfy, they are one of my closet staples. But I get so bored with them, that it is fun to be able to mix it up. Very cute t-shirt upcycle by Maegen.