I know what you're thinking - why would I ruin such a perfectly good shoe? Well, here are my reasons: 1. I'm not into loafers (yet, anyway) but I saw this at Kmart for dirt cheap and I was like 'maybe I'll learn to love them' but that was 5 months ago and until now I don't love them. 2. They were a bit too tight on me. So off I was cutting it off and remaking it into something I'd actually wear. If you have a loafer or something that you hate, or don't love anymore at least, why not give this DIY a try? You will have to read more, though :D
You will only need:
Your ugly loafers
Heavy duty scissors
Heavy duty glue (E6000 and the like)
Draw your pattern - I drew a deep V. Don't draw something too deep though, or you'll end up with unwanted toe cleavage in the end. It's easy to adjust your V until you get the desired plunge.
After drying you now have some new awesome FAB shoes. Wasn't that painless? Don't worry about the tips of the V looking a bit unfinished - when I wear mine they don't really show. If you're too conscious about it you can color it black with a fabric marker. The question for you guys is - yay or nay? Would you wear this type of shoe? Leave me your thoughts, and enjoy the last day of May! :)
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