create some sparkle & swing for your wardrobe with an item from the past...
My hubby’s Great Aunt Uschi was a wee bit of a fashionista and had a fondness for glittery glam + could apparently boogie like a star in her sparkly finery! I snagged one of her dazzling disco dancing beauties from the 70′s & transformed into the slice of awesomeness pictured above.
Here’s how to take your own piece of lurex history & make one for yourself:
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make a small cut through the side seam of the skirt at the underarm of the sleeve then remove the top shirt & chop in a further 10cm to create a fancy new arm hole, repeat on the other side of the skirt (at this point I highly recommend trying on the almost-a-tunic just in case you require wider arm holes)