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What She Does With This Dollar Store Scarf Is Absolutely Brilliant

SEPTEMBER 23, 2015  —  By Jessica Catcher  
Jessica Catcher

Jessica Catcher

Jessica is a writer who lives in Queens, NY. She spends most of her time listening to One Direction, watching TV, and hanging out with her one-eyed cat, Rigby.

Dress shopping can be stressful enough: sizes vary between brands, puckering occurs where you never thought puckering could occur, your top half decides to disagree entirely with what looks good on your bottom half, or any other number of the awful things that love to pop up and burst your dress-bubble. But then, when you finally do find the right fit, cut, and all-around perfect dress...you realize there's no way you can wear a bra without looking, well, strange.

Well ladies, it's time to stop fearing the backless dress. If you have a little bit of seamstress know-how, you're just a few steps away from keeping yourself supported in the dress of your dreams.

Best to use an older bra you don't mind tearing apart a bit.

Then grab some stretchy trim material...

Or maybe an old scarf you don't plan to wear anymore.

And voilà!

Okay, there's actually a bit of sewing involved. Watch the video for all the steps!


Comfort and beauty, the best combination! Time to hit up the fabric store, my friends.