Trendy Ideas for the Summer
Sometimes we struggle to figure out what to wear on a night out. Yet some other times, our clothes seem worn-out and old-fashioned. If you struggle to find outfit ideas that you like, then I have this video for you.
I show you some easy DIY hacks that will help you give a second life to your clothes. I also demonstrate how to fix a tear in fabric or alter the look of a shirt to turn it into a new trendy item.
For those of you who want to get even more creative, try buying some cheap, vintage clothes from a thrift store, get your sewing kits out, and bring them to the summer of 2020 fashion trends.
We all have a shirt that’s too boring or damaged. But, you can make it look cute and casual, by creating some holes in it using a hole puncher. Then run a shoelace through them. Or, you can use bleach to give your clothes a colorful and patterned look.
Watch until the end, see some styling tips for men, and some alternative ways to wear your clothes.
0:09 – Cute DIY summer dress
2:12 – How to recycle a vintage dress
4:32 – New ways to wear regular clothes
7:31 – Alternative ways to wear clothes
10:32 – How to decorate your clothes with bleach
14:39 – Adorable puzzle shirt decoration
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