Thanks to the amazing work of the late Lee Alexander McQueen, the sparkly clutches of Thomas Wylde, and the wearable art of Zadig et Voltaire, skulls have found a place in high-end and mainstream fashion. Even the goodest of the good girls are sporting skulls on everything from blinged out bags to preppy polos.
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Cut outs are a fun and fresh form of embellishment and lucky for us they are easy enough to do on your own. Try livening up a white tee with a deathly skull- if drawing isn’t your strong-suit, print out a picture, lay it between the layers of your shirt and hold the shirt up to a window to trace a shape on to the back. Keep the shapes simple- the less pieces you cut out the less you have to sew and the quicker the process will be!