Der var kun en enkelt lige ting, der ikke var perfekt: Lommerne var meget tydelige gennem stoffet og fik desuden forstykket til at bulke.
Så jeg klippede dem af, og lukkede lommehullerne til. Pænere og bedre pasform meget enkelt.
Og så er der skjorten på det øverste billede. Den var også næsten helt som den skulle være, bortset fra at 3/4-ærmerne mere var 5/6-ærmer på mig. Så dem kortede jeg af. Og meget enkelt og nu drukner mine arme ikke i ærmerne. Sådan ser den ud nu:
Før og efter.
pieces of clothing only need a teeny tiny little refashion tweak to be
just right. Such two went through my sewing machine today.
found these jeans in a thrift store. (A day that will be forever
remembered by me: The day I found a pair of jeans, that fit me
perfectly! Both waist and hips fit my hourglass figure, AND the length
was right, even though I only use a size 28 in length.
I am not
exaggerating: When I looked at myself in the changing room in the thrift
store, wearing the jeans, my jaw dropped. Trousers never ever fit me.
But these did. But I digress, lets get back to the refashion).
one small thing wasn’t perfect: The pockes was very visible through the
jeans fabric and also made the waist-to-hips area bulky. It is not too
visible in the picture, but it was very visible in sunshine.
I cut off the pockets and closed up the pocket openings. Simple, and
did the trick (I don’t understand why the pocket fabric would show
through, but my panties doesn’t. But anyway the refashion worked).
also refashioned the shirt on the top picture. It was just as it should
be, except the 3/4 sleeves was 5/6 sleeves on me. Same story as always
(I dream of going on holiday somewhere where most people are short like
me, like Italy or Hong Kong, and go shopping crazy).
So I simply cut of the cuffs, shortened the sleeves and reattached the cuffs.