Leather Slit Skirt & Graphic Tee

Alexander Wang Rocco bag | Call it Spring wedges | Ray-Ban Meteor sunglasses
I've uploaded these photos multiple times, but the colouring still looks screwed up (to me). It looks too contrast-y on Blogger and my skin looks more orange here. *confused* The photos more natural on my camera, on Photoshop, and on my computer. Sigh.. I've never had issues uploading pics through Blogger, but if this continues, I may have to switch photo platforms. Does anyone have suggestions other than Flickr?

ANYWAY...I've had this tee for over a year now, but only my Instagram followers have seen it because I don't think I've posted it on the blog before. I cut off the collar to widen the neck opening and then cut the back into a skull face. A similar skull cut-out tee at retail stores range from $19.99 to $29.99, but I purchased this tee for less than $10! I like buying tees & jeans and just cutting them up into my desired style.

How do you change up your clothes? Cut, sew, dye...?

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  1. You look so lovely! Like your style so much.

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  2. Such a cute tee! :)
    I like the little DIY twist you did at the back. I normally change up my t-shirts by cutting them into muscle tee's, perfect for the hot weather paired up with a bandeau!

    http://karyankchan.blogspot.ca/

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    1. Love that, Kar Yan! I usually cut random spots, but making tank tops & muscle tees isn't a bad idea. : )

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  3. Cute outfit, Jessy and I am loving your bang. Thinking about having one too but I don't think I can pull it off. Enjoy the rest of your week.

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    1. You would totally rock the bangs look, Sydney! If you're unsure, try fake ones from eBay. I used to wear them for fun. : )

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  4. You look just fine dearie. The pictures looked fine and your top is way cool!

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  5. stunning combination, you look great!

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  6. Your issues with color has nothing to do with Blogger, Flickr or any other photo platform, so switching isn't going to fix your problems. It has to do with color profiles: http://www.howtogeek.com/70161/my-photos-look-different-on-the-internet-how-can-i-fix-them

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    1. Thanks Tanya! I'm going to look into this. : )

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