DIY: Cold Shoulder Sweatshirt

Today boys and girls, we will be knocking off this lovely UO cold shoulder sweatshirt. I read some of the reviews on this sweatshirt, and apparently the holes appear to be made with scissors. So save your $30 (originally $44) and do it yo’ self! Grab an old sweatshirt, making sure that it is fitted, not oversized. You can eyeball the shoulder holes and start snipping, or turn the shirt inside out, take a small round plate or bowl, and trace a half circle starting on the sleeve seam or wherever you prefer your hole to start (see photo below). Cut your shoulder holes out, and BAM you’re done. Don’t worry, sweatshirts typically do not fray, so no need to sew anything.


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