A T-Shirt’s Evolution


If you’re anything like Andy Bowness of Hide Your Arms, a blog about hoodies and t-shirts (why the heck not have a blog about them, right?) then you’ve got a lot to think about.

Especially with over 200 t-shirts in his cache.

For most of us, a large part of our wardrobes are based on the two staples and it’s pretty common for our drawers to be full of t-shirts that we don’t necessarily care for anymore.

Bowness, on his personal arsenal of 200 t-shirts:

-¦and they don’t all fit me now, so I thought I’d hunt around and find out what they devil I could do with all those superflous tees. As it turns out, other people have this problem too, and there are loads of tutorials out there with interesting ideas for how to recycle your t-shirts into something “˜new’.”

Click over to his site and you’ll get some immediate ideas as well as tutorials on what you can do with that tee that maybe has a growing hole, coffee stain or message you no longer identify with.

Personal favorites are the blue t-shirt scarf and the “Big T-shirt To A Little Angel,” which allows us to feed off our male counterparts’ t-shirt drawers.

Now where are my scissors”¦

Amy DuFault

Amy DuFault is a conscious lifestyle writer, consultant and fashion instigator. She resides in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.