Have you ever had that moment when you’re finally getting ready for a long awaited date-night or a chic cocktail party and you keep changing… and changing….. and changing? Me too. That’s why I’m so excited to show you guys today’s DIY convertible jumpsuit.
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This jumpsuit can be sexy or modest, strapless or delicately draped, low cut or high-neck- it really is entirely up to you. Tie it over 20 different ways to create a whole new look… all without changing clothes.
This DIY convertible jumpsuit is especially perfect for vacations, travel, etc. since you get so many different outfits in one. But the absolute best part of all- the most incredible thing about this project…….. is that you can make it in less than 30 minutes.
Today’s DIY convertible jumpsuit is a super-simple clothing refashion using some basic slacks that you already have. If you don’t have any basic pants you are itching to transform, I’ve got you covered. Here are several great options at less than $20 from ASOS
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- Slacks you already have (or scroll up to see some inexpensive options)
- Basic Sewing Machine
- 2 Yards Black ITY Jersey
- Sewing Pins
How To Make A DIY Convertible Jumpsuit:
Start out by laying your ITY Fabric out flat on a table. I have been using this particular brand for years. Fold your fabric in half length-wise to cut 2 separate 11″ x 2 yard strips of fabric.
Now, take the 11″ side of one strip and pin it to the outside band of your slacks. If you have any questions, check out the 2 minute video tutorial below!
Pin the other strip to the other side of your slacks the same way. Make sure you are not interfering with any buttons or closures your slacks may have.
Use a standard straight stitch on your sewing machine to attach the strips of your pants and you are done! Th ITY Knit Fabric won’t fray so there is no need to hem any raw edges.
Now wasn’t that easy?
Click HERE to see an awesome tutorial on how to tie your new convertible top!
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