You don't have to do this at all, but it will hide any unevenness and give you a nicer finish. I would definitely recommend this shirt! You can choose a plain white T-shirt, or a button-up shirt.
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If you want a larger collar, cut through both layers of fabric, using the front collar's seam as a guide. If you don't want a larger collar, then cut all the way around the collar from left shoulder to right, then back to the left again. Cut the bottom hem off. Spread the shirt out on a flat surface, then cut straight across the bottom. Cut right above the stitching on the hem if you like the length. If you want to make the shirt shorter, then cut it shorter.
Figure out how tight you want the shirt to be. Measure around your waist, then divide that number by 2. Add 3 inches 7. This will be the new width of your shirt. Transfer the new width measurement to your shirt. Mark the new measurement on your measuring tape with your finger. Place the measuring tape on your shirt at about waist-level. Make sure that the tape is centered, then make a mark at each end with a pen or a piece of chalk.
Make the second mark at the measuring tape where your finger is. Cut the sides of the shirt from shoulder-to-hem. Begin cutting at the bottom corner of the left hem, right next to the side seam, and finish cutting at the shoulder seam. Curve the line inward as you cut so that it touches the first mark that you made. Once you finish the left side, repeat the process for the right. You can also fold the shirt in half after cutting the left side, then use the cut edge as a guide for cutting the right side.
Cut evenly-spaced slits into the side of the shirt, from hem to armpit. If you want the shirt to be super tight, make the slits 3 inches 7. Tie the strands in the front of the shirt to the strands in the back. If you want the tassels to be visible, keep the shirt turned right-side-out.
If you don't want the tassels to be visible, turn the shirt inside-out first. Tie the strands in the front of the shirt to the matching strands in the back in a tight, double-knot. Trim the tassels if you tied them inside the shirt. You don't have to do this, but it will help the shirt lay smoother. You also don't have to worry about them tickling your sides. Simply cut them as close as possible to the knots. Turn the shirt right-side-out when you are done.
Cut the hem off of the sleeves to complete a cut-off look. This won't change the length of the sleeves by much, but it will help make them look more consistent with any other alternations that you did to your shirt.
Create a cap-sleeve look by cutting the sleeves off at an angle. Begin cutting 1 to 2 inches 2. Fold the shirt in half so that the shoulders match up, then use the cut sleeve as a guide for cutting the second sleeve. You only want to cut the sleeve. Pull along the cut edges of your sleeves to make the fabric curl inward. This will hide any unevenness. Cut the sleeves off at the seam for a sleeveless look.
If you cut just inside the seam, toward the body of the shirt, the fabric will curl inward when you pull on it. If you cut just outside the seam, the fabric will fray a little instead. This is great if you want an edgier look. Do 1 sleeve first, then the other. Extend the cut below the armpits for a trendy look. Fold the shirt in half, then use the cut edge as a guide for cutting the other side. Pull on the cut edges to curl them in and hide any jaggedness.
Best For: Being the loose and easy V-neck oversized tee no closet is complete without. With a price that can’t be beat, it’s also completely guilt free. Love this shirt! I like my shirts being bigger on me and this shirt came perfect! I am and ordered a small. Photos are below. The shirt is super soft and looked and felt the same after washed. I got many compliments on this shirt. If you do like varsity or sports style apparel, then you just have to try an oversized tee on. This look will for sure make you feel comfortable and look simple. You can add an elegant garment, so you look a bit weird, but still trendy.