If your boyfriend happens to be a  #DiamondLifer and you find yourself tempted to rock some of his favorite Diamond Supply Co. tees, well…thank us for this DIY. We’ll walk you through how to customize your favorite BF Diamond Supply Co. tees to make them your own… Yeah, we’re taking scissors to his shit!

The Diamond x DGK Haters Tee: Tanked-n-Cropped

What you’ll need:

-Pen/Marker

-Scissors

1. Take your pen/marker and draw a line along the section of the sleeves that you would like to remove (from the top of the shoulder to the armpit)

2. Take your scissors and cut the sleeves off by cutting along the line that you drew.

3.  Draw a line along the neck/collar that you would like to remove in order to give the tee a slouchy look.

4.  Take your scissors and cut along the section of the neck that you outlined (cut the ribbed section of the collar out completely).

5.  Time to crop this tee by drawing a line across the middle section of the tee that you’d like cut, typically right above the belly button area (Tip: Before you begin cutting try the tee on to make that you haven’t outlined to high or low).

6. Take your scissors and cut along the line to complete the cropping of this tee!

The Smoke Ring 2 Tee: Deep V-necked- n-Tanked

What you’ll need:

-Pen/Marker

-Scissors

1. Take your pen/marker and draw a line along the section of the sleeves that you would like to remove (from the top of the shoulder to the armpit)

2. Take your scissors and cut the sleeves off by cutting along the line that you drew.

3.  Draw a line along the neck/collar that you would like to remove in order to give the tee a slouchy look.

4.  Take your scissors and cut along the section of the neck that you outlined (cut the ribbed section of the collar out completely).

5. Stretch the neck of the tee by tugging at it in opposite directions until it begins to slightly tear into a v-neck!

 The P-Rod Signature Hardwear 2 Tee: Frayed-n-Cropped

1.  Take your scissors and cut off the bottom hem of the sleeve.

2.  Start to pick at the threads running horizontally  until the sleeves start to look lacey  (Be careful not to pull too hard)

3. Put the tee on and mark how short you want your crop to be.

4.  Cut along where you marked your tee to complete the cropping!

Photography: Emily Wilson