I like having merchandise from my favourite shows. And often I like it to be a bit subtle.
For example, instead of having a Buffy t-shirt that says 'Buffy' on it or has SMG's face on it, I have a Sunnydale High School T-shirt.
And instead of a t-shirt that just says Lost on it, I have this Oceanic Airlines shirt.
The only problem is that I don't think the people who make the shirts anticipate there being petite fans, so all my shirts are massive and usually man sizes.
They're good for wearing with a pair of leggings if I'm just gonna be in the house all day, but some times I want to take my love for that tv show outside.
This is where the tutorial I found on a.steed's.life comes in.
How to make a large t-shirt into a fitted tee.
The key is to just use a shirt that fits you really well as a template.
Then you sew up the sides, make new sleeves and hem it if needed.
I was going to cut short sleeves but I quite like these half-sleeves made from the originals.
This shirt fits perfectly now, I love it.
I even think the logo looks better with the proportions of this shirt compared to on the original.