Friday, November 7, 2008

Forget Your 4 Shirts: Make ONE!

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Because I know we are all looking to consolidate our closets, now we have the solution.  Take the shirts and make one really weird looking one!  The sad thing is the shirts she destroyed actually look pretty cute, the one she made... not so much.  There is just so much wrong with this craft it's hard to know where to begin!  First there is the ruffle at the bottom.  Is she going for a really short mini skirt look?  What is the point?  Then you have the vest looking thing which is then attached to solid pink sleeves.  Lastly to top it off... to give you the best idea of the fashion sense is the pants chosen to accompany the "shirt"... couldn't find some blue jeans?  Decided to go for the clash.... OK.

6 comments:

Annette Lyon said...

My eyes, my eyes! That is just blindingly ugly. And to make it worse, she's wearing red pants with her pink atrocity.

Laura said...

Maybe she'll put it on display by the fireplace and the ice skates and sea shells. It fits, why not? LOL

Kate the Great said...

I am so glad that someone else noticed the ice skates along with the sea shells! Thank you!

You know, the idea behind this would be pretty okay. But I think the goal would be to take four shirts that in and of themselves weren't that cute and turn them into something super cute (like if you've seen how to make the dress from the two men's shirts)... However, to take three fairly cute tops and an okay looking shirt and do that to them..... let's just say I think the red pants are the least of her problems.

just the five of us said...

Is it tacky day at school? If so she gets first prize!

Laura said...

the really sad thing is.. it looks like she actually can sew! I mean.. sometimes when you are a beginner.. you want to "learn" how to do a ruffle or put such... but .. everything is soooo taylored...

ey-yi-yie!

T said...

no wardrobe is truly complete without that one shirt that you wouldn't be caught dead in... and apparently you also need a pair of pants to complete... errr... compete with the shirt.