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DIY With Bwog: Freshman T-Shirt Edition

Tired of wearing the same T-shirt as every other freshman? Looking for a cute and spicy lewk for homecoming? Bwog has you covered—literally.

〜 Festival lewk 〜

  1. Cut rounded trapezoids along the U-shaped rim of the collar.
  2. Cut V’s in each sleeve.
  3. Snip five-inch stripes along the bottom of the shirt.
  4. Voila! You have a flirty, slightly messy festival lewk that also looks like having an Ab Simulator on your back.

〜 Potato sack lewk 〜

  1. Cut down each side.
  2. Cut small horizontal strips near the hem.
  3. Tie the strips together.
  4. Voila! You have a lazy gym look also works as a cape in case you need to flee from your parents to go darties.

〜 Fetch lewk 〜

  1. Cut round circles directly below COL and IA.
  2. Wear it over a hot pink tank top.
  3. Voila! You have a flirty, meme-worthy lewk that will help you tell the weather, too.

    our hot pink queen via The Sun

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