For this DIY you will need:
A plain sleeveless Tee
Rubber bands or Elastic hair bands
A Bowl or other vessel to bleach your tee in
The top I used was £5 in the sale from TOPSHOP and already had the sleeves cut off, so all I had to do was bleach it.
To get this effect firstly you need to roll the top into a tight tube, from left to right
Once you have your tubular shape, you need to start wrapping your rubber bands around, holding the tee in place and creating a resist to the bleach
Once you have added your desired amount of bands, you're ready to add the bleach
I used a pipette to add it to the areas I wanted, but you can always put the whole tee in a bucket of bleach or dip it in, up to the required amount
Then let the bleach do it's magic! I pinned mine to the washing line as it was a sunny day, and this way it got equal sun coverage
Once it has gone the desired colour...unveil the magic!
Simply cut or pull your bands off your top
Pop it in the wash on a quick cycle or rinse to get rid off excess bleach...let dry and see the results
Hope you have fun creating your own stripey reverse tie dye tee!
Stay tuned for part 2!