Is there anyone here who can suggest to me how a plain t-shirt can be customised into something utterly gasp-worthy cool and never-seen-before-on-earth?
My collection of t-shirts is so plain that I literally look like a non-person in them. I am not exaggerating. I need help. So here are some details:
1. All of my t-shirts have pretty standard necklines – square-ish scoops, not-too-low v, high scoops. The square-ish scoop neck is the trickiest for me, because I can’t imagine what to do with it.
2. I am not interested in girly things like sequins and beads – I’m talking crazy scissor lady customisations here.
3. My ambition is bigger than my skill, so feel free to suggest things that I don’t really know how to do.
THANKS to any and all with some help for me!!!
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