husband's t-shirt; heart from an old American Eagle skirt; great-grandma's belt (similar); Abercrombie & Fitch jeans (similar); wedges via Marshall's (similar)
I have almost stolen all of my husband's undershirts. He doesn't wear them, so I didn't feel bad when I decided that I love the comfy fit, but was tired of the boring white. So, I went to the back of my closet, found a skirt that I NEVER wear anymore (Seriously, it's from high school. I have a picture of me as a junior wearing it....), cut out my favorite shape, dusted off my sewing machine, and sewed it on. Men's t-shirt feminized. He isn't taking back this one. :)
Paired my new t-shirt with skinny jeans, wedges to lengthen the legs (My policy: you can never be too tall.), and added my metallic skinny belt peeking out of my front tuck. I'm attempting this whole tuck-in-the-front-leave-the-back-untucked... Am I too late?
Admittedly, adding a fun piece of jewelry would have been a quicker way to feminize this t-shirt. What do you do to dress-up/feminize a casual t-shirt?