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[Before/After] Backless peplum top

From tunic with burn stains to trendy backless peplum top. Designed and photographed by Xenia Kuhn for fashionrolla.com

Backless peplum top

Don’t give up on your favorite top if you accidentally burned it with an iron. Sometimes the burn marks happen to be at the right place. From tunic with burn stains to trendy backless peplum top…

Burn marks at the back

I marked  and cut out the burn stains

I used zig-zag stich to overlock all raw edges

I stitched on an extra cotton strap to the front (inside) for the elastic

From tunic with burn stains to trendy backless peplum top. Designed and photographed by Xenia Kuhn for fashionrolla.com
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3 Comments

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    truebluemeandyou
    8. April 2013 at 11:35 PM

    I really like this restyle because it's flattering to many body types. I posted finished photos only of your restyle and a link back to you on my blog. My readers and I love shirt restyles.

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    Cindy C.
    9. April 2013 at 7:11 AM

    Looks amazing Xenia! (: I have styled the bracelet you gifted me on my blog many times now- I haven't e-mailed you all the links every time because I would prbably spam you haha I use it too much! You can check out my posts on my blog! (:

    xoxo,
    Cindy C.
    http://styleologie.blogspot.com/

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    en-rHed-ando
    13. April 2013 at 5:28 PM

    Genial me ha gustado muchisimo

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