DIY: Mixed-Up Chambray and Plaid Fall Shirt

Contributing East Coast editor Suzanne Marchese makes us the ultimate fall shirt.

DIY // Suzanne Marchese // 09/24/12
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When the weather cools off, we're left with a bit of a dilemma: Plaid or chambray? Suzanne Marchese takes the guesswork out of fall dressing with this easy DIY project that will take you from pumpkin picking to pumpkin coffee.

What you need:
-Two button-down collared shirts of your choice
-Fabric scissors
-Fabri-Tac Permanent Adhesive glue

How to make it:
1. Use fabric scissors to cut the sleeves off of both shirts. Use the outside seam of the sleeves as a reference point.

2. Apply fabric glue on inner sleeve seam of the shirt you want to be the vest part of your new creation.

3. Attach the sleeves from the other shirt inside, pressing against your glue until dry.

See Suzanne whip a military jacket into style shape in her last DIY tutorial!

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