DIY Lace Up Crop Top

 Smoggy summer heat making you wish you could walk around in a bikini? Lucky for you, crop tops are in and socially acceptable. Candy from Taylor & Demolish, Erin from Thanks I Made It and I decided to get together and each make a different crop top DIY. Check out their versions and see below for mine- inspired by Alexander Wang Resort 2013.

click here to download pattern!



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14 responses to “DIY Lace Up Crop Top

  1. I’d have to wear something underneath, but I like it!

  2. This looks super cute on you! Not sure if I could pull it off but I might try it out a little longer.

  3. That looks so hot! Love it

  4. and im thinking what to do this weekend, wow, now i have a new project :) i can’t wait to sew one for me and for my sister :) i wish its already a weekend..

  5. Reblogged this on hannahkaplan and commented:
    Loving the fact that crop tops are socially acceptable! Considering how hot it is…

  6. Good lord! I LOVE this blog sooo much! :D like mskristiina said – it looks FAB on you but I dont think it would suit me. Anyway keep posting! Eagerly waiting for your next post.

  7. Gorgeous! I like this idea, I thik I may try it… longer though.. Thanks for sharing!

    I’m having a giveaway on my blog, I hope you’ll stop by and check it out!

  8. this is amazing! i must try it!

  9. oddlittleme

    Love it! I also love the bottom you chose to go with it!

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