If your wardrobe budget is tight, don’t fret.
Stretch your pennies by falling back on a rarely used, natural-born gift: Good ol’ fashioned creativity. I said don’t fret, dammit!
You don’t have to depend on your own artistic skills. God invented Pinterest so that you can steal ideas from the fashionably gifted.
A variety of accessories can spice up a drab outfit, but we’ll only focus on scarves today. (Primarily because I don’t understand how retailers get away with charging $32 for a large scrap of cloth. I mean, that’s like an entire sweater.)
I combed the web for hours (avoided more meaningful work) in search of scarves you can make at home using little more than a t-shirt and a pair of scissors.
If you possess the motor skills of a 5-year old, then you can recreate these looks.
Click the link below an image to see a step-by-step tutorial on how to transform your tee.
Source: A Beautiful Mess
Source: The Little Violet Dress
Source: etté studios
Source: Indie F & B
Source: Kevin & Amanda
Source: Made by Jaime
Source: MeiJo’s JOY
Source: Simply Salvage