DIY: Turning the RG shirt into an RG Lady-Tee
For the RG women (and queens)- No fear! RG Mod bubbleMAMI is here)
If you wish to put a lil’ more pep in your RG step, (or any other kind of step for this matter,) here is a couple of directions about how best to generate an 80s-style-tee, particularly for the “What’s Beef” tee shirt.
The first thing’s first. Wear a good song. Preferably one that will not have you bobbing and weaving every other moment, so you will not go mad with the scissors if your favourite verse is sold on. (Note: This is in experience! )
Get a fresh pair of scissors. One without ridges, sharp enough to cut a shirt without making it curl or look choppy. (Very important!) And if you are bad with imagining dimensions, receive a ruler!
Be certain the shirt is even on both sides. Don’t blame me if your cut comes out crooked!
Approximate (or measure) an inch from the upper seams of the sleeves. Make a snippet there, just to mark their ranks: (see two arrows)
Cut in the snippet on the left, towards the snippet onto the right and maintain the scissor as directly as possible. (see connecting lines) Today, of course, you can do this a few unique ways. I chose to make more of a V-cut, so if my shoulders have been revealing, the vulnerable shoulder has a little more pizzazz to it! A semi-oval cut plus a U-cut are two great options.
Note: Be certain you’re cutting the inside, rather than cutting the front and back at exactly the same time. The back cut Ought to Be shorter than the front, If You Would like the RG logo to look or anything else that can be located differently on the Rear
When you’ve cut off the front portion, the trunk should be easier. When it’s up enough (I am guessing you aren’t cutting this RG shirt), it is possible to simply follow the line you made in the front. However, should you needed to cut for the RG logo to stay, determine its placement on the trunk, use a pen into line at which the proper cut will be, and mimick it for this position in exactly the same style as the front.
- On the left side, the open shoulder, cut a straight line down the left sleeve. Tie it as a bow, tight enough to stay in place off the shoulder, so loose enough not to scrunch together the phrases of their shirt, and keep it comfortable.
The underside is your choice. It’s possible to keep it, cut it shorter, or cut it into the sleeve, so as to produce a bow tie at the base and make the shirt tighter or shorter if desired.
Now,if you end up doing so and it doesn’t really look like mine, so don’t hit me up on it. Because. . What’s beef, really? I mean really!