Well, I’m not entirely sure, really. But this is pretty close…
I’m pretty sure it’s an at tshirt. That’s what my mom used to make when we’d go to thrift stores. The shirt looks a little different now, but I like it. It’s all made of a fairly smooth, stretchy material and it’s not too expensive – I got mine from Goodwill.
It’s a little tight here, so if you’re going to wear it for a long time it might need to be altered.
Now don’t go thinking that it needs to be a bra like I said. It’s just not a bra…that I can think of. I’m pretty sure this is some sort of a short length with lots of stretch. Maybe a bra would turn it a little less cute! Maybe you should let the kids try this. They’re both quite young and might like that!
As for my mom’s, she used to make a lot of them, but she died last year. I think I would like this better! But for how my mom made it, it should be fine. And this is all the time it may take for you to try it? Hmm…but I doubt they’ll be able to wear it to church. The boys and I already had to walk to the school across the street, and if we were to take that down a few steps we had to walk into the school. I don’t think mom would go for it, but I know other people will. I don’t think my parents would either…so they aren’t going to want to see their favorite dresses…maybe they’ll look better in the mirror for a while?
If you decide to give it a try, let me know how it goes!
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