Here is a quick hack on how to knot a shirt using the twist-tee knot ring, scroll down for my tutorial!
Knotting a shirt or a tank is a fun way to create a shape in your outfit and add a bit of visual interest to your basic everyday tee. It’s my absolute favorite way to wear t-shirts over skirts and to dress-down sharp jackets and statement bottoms.
Being said nailing the perfect knot is not easy, and doing it without excess stretching, tugging, or pulling the fabric is a challenge.
That’s why Twist-tee knot created a tool to address these issues and make knotting more fun than a hurdle.
You can use the twist-tee knot to knot a tee or cinch up any outfit for the perfect fit! Below is the video tutorial on how to use it.
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How to Knot a Shirt using the Twist-Tee Knot Method:
- Gather all the extra fabric to one side of your body
- Pull the fabric through the inner ring while keeping the outer ring facing upwards.
- Now take what you pulled through and fold it in half.
- Wrap it around the outer ring just like if you wrap around figures while making a knot and pull the end of the fabric tightly, you can either leave the end out and tuck it back into the knot.
In the above tutorial, I am using a large size Twist-tee knot, it also comes in a smaller size which is great to knot a regular/slim fitted tee. On their website, they have tutorials on how you can play with the twist-tee knot to create multiple looks. The best part about them is they don’t stretch out the t-shirt as much as the regular knot does.
They are kind enough to offer a discount to my readers. You can get your Twist-tee knots for 20% off with the code DREAMINGLOUD20 (all in upper case)
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4 Top Tips on How to Wear a Knotted Tee
- I recommend wearing it over high-waisted jeans or leggings since knotting will cause the tee to end up a little shorter.
- Opt for a longer T-shirt or tee that is bigger than your normal size. The extra fabric will allow you to customize the knot.
- Linen blend, modal and cotton fabric will give your knot a better grip compares to silk fabric.
- Make sure the knot hit right at the waistband to give you the best figure-flattering look!
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Look#1: Tee (super soft; fits TTS; wearing size S) | Twist-the tee (use code DREAMINGLOUD20 for 20% off purchase) | Denim (last seen here) | faux leather Jacket (fits small, size up one size; wearing size M; last seen here) | Raffia Espadrilles (on sale for $52; last seen here) | Crossbody Bag
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