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Topic: Need some advice on adding a lining to some shirts  (Read 443 times)
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Andrea Ravioli
« on: September 29, 2010 12:16:32 PM »

Hi Guys!!! Grin
I need some advice/Help. I bought these 2 shirts on the clearance rack at Macy's and I adore them. EXCEPT for the fact that they are completely see through!! I wore both with an undershirt underneath and it just looked messy.  I want a permanent solution! So how should I go about putting a lining in? I'm really lost as to where to start. Should I just get some jersey knit and tack it to the sides and top of the shirts? or should I try and get some of the same material as the shirt and leave it draped on the inside? Any comments or suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!



This second shirt has a small piece of fabric, I guess to cover your boobs if your wearing it without a bra.. but it's still completely sheer. Should I remove this? or just add onto the bottom of it? Huh
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