Tuesday, June 21, 2016

From Muumuu to Peplum Top


I scored this embroidered denim muumuu at the thrift store for only $5.  I loved the boho chic look with distressed embroidery and washed out denim.  I briefly toyed around with the idea of making this into a dress since there was so much fabric but settled on making a peplum top as I don't wear dresses as much as I used to.


I chopped the dress at the midriff and reshaped the armholes and sides.


I reshaped the sleeves and kept the original hem.


I sewed the sleeves and bodice together to fit my small frame.


I cut off 11" off the bottom of the dress and gathered it to make the peplum.


With right sides together, I attached the peplum to the bottom of the blouse.


Yay, finished top!  Here's the front . . . .


. . . and here's a view from the side.

Read all about how to refashion a muumuu dress into a peplum top at my redesigned blog www.trevorlovesmommy.com.






4 comments:

RePurposeFul said...

Adorable! Nice job!

Eimear Greaney said...

its brilliant, love the top - great make

Chickie Walsh said...

Lovely!

cfortin said...

Super cute refashion!

Cindy - EOD
Upcycled Design Lab