DIY distressed t-shirt

I didn’t do a step-by-step tutorial for this because it was around 1 AM when I was doing this & too tired to even function.
Note: the tank top shown under the t-shirt was not worn during the concert

The t-shirt was originally adult sized & I customized it into a tank top.
  1. I folded the t-shirt in half & cut the sleeves off
  2. While the t-shirt is still folded, I cut off a large portion of the bottom to match the length of my waist
  3. While the t-shirt is still folded, I cut a large portion off of the neck line
  4. I unfolded the t-shirt & cut random large & small holes around the front of the t-shirt
  5. While the t-shirt is still unfolded, I cut random large & small holes on the back of the t-shirt
  6. Using a nile filer, I used the rough side on the t-shirt holes to create a natural distressed look
  7. After distressing the t-shirt holes, I used the nail filer along the edges of the t-shirt to create a natural distressed look

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