It all started with just wearing them to sleep.  Then the time it took for me to take them off in the morning kept getting longer and longer.  Next thing I knew I was going the entire day…I’m addicted….they’re just so comfortable.  And there’s something about wearing his T-shirts that make me feel he’s with me amidst all daily chores I tackle alone with two fussing needy little people beside me.
Today was one such day I just didn’t want to take his shirt off….that AND I couldn’t really find the time-as ridiculous as that sounds it’s true-I kept thinking “man I love this shirt”  Then the thought came to me, “I wonder if I can make this work…” and this is what I came up with.

1. Tie a knot
Sure you already tied one knot when you married him…you may as well tie one in his shirt (okay lame comparisson, but here I am giggling myself like an idiot for my “whit”).  A girl I follow Lindsey Pengelly does this with her shirts to get rid of the excess fabric and  I LOVE it.

2. Fem it up
Take something really feminine (like a skirt or leggings) and voila!  You’re starting to get more of a relaxed girl fit rather than tom boy

3. Opposites attract
Contrast is key.  So pick two elements in your outfit and make them polar opposites.  EX. Boyish shirt + skirt, His loose fitting shorts + a fitted top.

3. Accessorize
Take some jewelry, a scarf, heels whatever and you’ve got a girly ensemble.

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