Light and breezy, perfect for summer.
Don't pay any mind to the craft room debris that's clinging to the shirt in the pictures... lol. I have been busy sewing lately and need a lint roller!
This project is pretty simple but may require the purchase of strong chain and D-rings if you don't have any. I used a scrap of fabric left over from a big yardage, and used an old t-shirt that was an ill-fitting v-neck.
I like halter tops because they are great for any body shape and size and usually look flattering no matter what. (Plus, they give you a great excuse to go without a bra when it's 105F and humid!)
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OPTIONAL: Add a chain extending from the middle of the neck chain down to the center of the back of the t-shirt material.
OPTIONAL: Cut the back of the t-shirt fabric into horizontal strips and make a cool woven or tied pattern. This can help make the back looser or tighter depending on how it fits.