This is a bit risky… But you could maybe wash it in hot water and put it in the dryer to shrink it but you never know how it will turn out. I used to work in retail, and with the experience I had, most of the clothes shrunk up rather than in by the sides.posted almost 4 years ago
Not sure if you’re comfortable doing any DIYs to the shirt but here’s a good one if it’s a t-shirt.
try wearing the shirt with a vest (not tucked in)and pair it with denim shorts and tightsposted almost 4 years ago
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If the skirt long sleeved or short sleeved? If it’s long sleeved you could roll up the cuffs and wear if over some jeans or leggings. Cuffing can also look good even if the sleeves are short. You could always belt it. or wear it tucked into a high waisted skirt or shorts- that’s what I usually do.posted almost 4 years ago
All these ideas are great! Tucking them in into high waisted bottoms does wonders and so does belting! Any emphasis on the waist is just a piece of glory when it comes to fixing up a piece of clothing if you don’t wanna get your scissors out.posted almost 4 years ago
high waisted skirt will do the trick :) one that is bodycon. You can also pair it up with flowy miniskirts as long as you use a belt