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I am sooo excited to announce that I have an official RFFMBT online store!
I have received thousands of emails about my “EAT MORE RABIT FOOD” shirts and after months of your guys asking, they are finally here!

The process took way longer than expected, but I wanted to find the perfect shirts that you guys would love. The process entailed a wholesale and sales license, designing, ordering and printing the shirts, and last but not least coding my online store, which was a little tricky! I am so excited to hear what you guys think!

“EAT MORE RABBIT FOOD” tops are available in both a Racerback and T-Shirt.
All shirts are constructed out of a super soft tri-blend fabric and made in the USA by American Apparel!

Hop on over to the official RFFMBT Store (check out the new “shop” tab!) for more details and prices!

What do you think about the new RFFMBT shirts?

DIY Workout Shirt

Happy Fashion Friday!
I have a super fun arts and crafts project for my beautiful little bunnies to try over the holiday weekend!

I love buying new clothes, but sometimes I love making them even more!
I started college as a fashion design major, so I have always been a little crafty when it comes to recycling old T-shirts. This has to be my new favorite DIY reclaimed shirt. You can wear this casual racerback to your workout and then dress it up with a lacy bandeau when you meet your friends for some rabbit food afterwards. Turn your basic into a chic little number and go hit the gym like you own it!

DIY Workout Shirt
Makes 1 sexy little tank

1 old T-shirt
1 pair of scissors
20 minutes

1. Start with a pre-washed T-shirt. Any old shirt will do! The bigger the better.

2. Cut away the ribbed neckline and bottom hem. For the sleeves, cut downwards starting from the shoulder, determining how thick you want your straps. Cut straight down and then begin to curve down below the armpit seam.

3. Determine how low you want your front neckline, and cut away.

4. Flip the shirt over and make a narrow racerback, curving inward from the armpits.  Then cut a deep “V” shape from the top neckline.

5. Using the excess bottom hemline, stretch it out until it becomes one long string of fabric. Knot the string a couple of inches above the bottom of the “V” shape.

6. Wrap the string all the way down around the center of the racerback, and back up to meet the other ends. Knot the ends together tightly. Trim the loose ends.

7. To give your tank a high-low look, lay your shirt sideways, flattening it out evenly. Starting a few inches up at the front of your shirt, start cutting diagonally until you reach the back.

Throw it on with some cute yogis, grab your water, and hit the gym!
Post or email your photos if you make a shirt! I can’t wait to see your creations!

If you loved this DIY, you may also like my DIY Multi Strand Scarf! No sewing required!