Summer Bow Top Shirt!

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Here’s an awesome summer fun shirt idea! Use any bright colored racerback tank and grab some neon fabric from your local fabric store. After you tie the bow the tricky part is attaching it to the shirt. When I’ve done stuff like this I usually use… a hot glue gun! I know you’d think it was only for crafts, but I’ve had good luck using a hot glue gun on my clothing. And if it comes off in the dryer after a few washes it’s easy to apply a little more! bow-top-shirt {adinserter Middle Post Ad}

Have fun with this one and be sure to let me know how it worked out in the comments! Happy DIY-ing!

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20 thoughts on “Summer Bow Top Shirt!

  1. Ashley and Camryn, these are from Forever 21. But you can get similar ones just about anywhere. Just make sure they’re racer back!

  2. What kind of fabric did you use for the bows and how did u get them to be perky like they are in the picture?

    • Melanie, I used a similar fabric to what the shirt is made out of – that cheaper chiffon feeling fabric, not sure the specific name. However, You can use any fabric you like. You get the bow to stand up like that by either sewing the two points of the bow up onto the shirt, or using a hot glue gun. Hope this helps!

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  4. What is the size of the fabric to make the bow …and…how do you mae that bow haha sorry

    • Hey Jena, the size of fabric depends on the size of bow you would like to have 🙂 Personalize it to fit your style! 🙂 We made the bow just by tying it, as you would any other bow. Hope this helps!

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  7. Hello! Love this tank! I think the size of your bow is perfect and was wondering what the measurements of the fabric was?

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