Shoulder cutouts are a trendy twist to the versatile button up shirts. Here’s how to achieve that look for less.
Things I used:
An old long sleeve shirt
Chalk, pen or marker
Hem tape (optional)
1. Wear the shirt. Starting with one shoulder, make 2 marks where you want the cutout to start and end. For mine I started at about 2 inches in from the shoulder and about 3 inches down. Draw a half of an oval to connect the marks to make your cutting guide.
4. This is not necessary but if you’d like to better prevent fraying, you can hem the edges in with hem tape. Or if you’re feeling extra crafty, you can bust out the sewing machine and go to work!
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