Okay so first of all, it's been a while since I posted here and the forums just keep getting bigger and more complicated so if this is placed in the wrong subforum, or I'm doing anything wrong, super sorry in advance
On to the business: I have this awesome tank top from ASOS that I barely ever wear (read: I've had it for about 8 months, worn it once, maybe twice) because I hate the fit. It's flowy and loose on top with low cut armholes (awesome) but clingy and tight in the tummy/hip area.
To demonstrate awesomeness:
So, I want to somehow make this top bigger, without screwing up the graphic. I came up with a few different solutions and drew them out for you because I suck at explaining things.
I thought I'd cut out a square in the back, under the bit where my brastrap should be, then insert half of what you'd call a circle skirt for extra flow.
Make a slit, then insert a triangular shaped patch of fabric, or some pretty lacey stuffs.
Do two slits on the sides, and insert triangular shaped patch of fabric.
My main concern (besides just screwing the whole thing up
) is that the front will look very stiff and boxy, instead of having a nice flow, and a bit of an empire line to it. I don't really care what the back looks like
, as long as the front isn't boxy and shapeless, I'm fine with any of these three options or some other kind of solution.