Gigi Hadid cut her shirts into crop tops

Did Gigi Hadid become scissor-happy? The 22-year-old has been showing off her toned midriff a lot lately in what appear to be homemade crop tops.

From sweatshirts to tank tops and t-shirts, Gigi has put her own spin on just about everything in her closet.

While ready-to-wear belly tops are easy to find, why not DIY your own and create a daring unfinished hemline? Check out the model’s street style from the past couple of months and shop some t-shirts to slice and dice yourself.

Cutting edge: The 21-year-old has been showing off her toned midriff a lot lately in what appear to be homemade crop tops

On Tuesday this week, the model stepped out in a black ribbed tank top with a jagged hem. She paired the sleeveless with matching David Koma pants.

The day before, she wore a short-sleeved white t-shirt that was short enough to reveal her black Versace sports bra underneath.

The style star coordinated the look with Tanya Taylor striped pants and accessorized with Vogue Eyewear sunglasses and Andre Assous slides, while carrying a Jason Stalvey lizard bag.

Tailored: On Monday, the model wore a short-sleeved white t-shirt short enough to reveal her black Versace sports bra underneath

Tailored: On Monday, the model wore a short-sleeved white t-shirt short enough to reveal her black Versace sports bra underneath

The model gave a Michael Stars Camo Crewneck T-shirt (above left) her own twist by cutting it into a cropped style

It looks like Gigi took a scissor to the white t-shirt she layered under her mauve-colored Nomia jacket and pants.

Do it herself: The model gave a Michael Stars Camo Crewneck t-shirt (top left) her own twist by cutting it into a cropped style, and it looks like she did the same with a t white shirt (right)

On June 22, the model put her own twist on a Michael Stars Camo Crewneck t-shirt (top left) by turning it into a cropped style. She paired the homemade cropped top with high-waisted, cream-colored pants.

It looks like she took a scissor for the white t-shirt she layered under her mauve-colored Nomia jacket and pants, which she also wore the day before.

The twisted, rolled-up hem of the t-shirt she donned on June 12 (below) also looked homemade. She paired the relaxed top with Noirohio striped pants and Andy Wolf sunglasses.

Uneven hems: The twisted hem of the t-shirt she donned on June 12 looked homemade.  She teamed the casual top with Noirohio striped pants and Andy Wolf sunglasses

Uneven hems: The twisted hem of the t-shirt she donned on June 12 looked homemade. She teamed the casual top with Noirohio striped pants and Andy Wolf sunglasses

She revealed a flash of flesh in a Nickelodeon sweatshirt

His raw edged black cropped t-shirt showed off his flat abs

Unfinished fashions: She revealed a flash of flesh in a Nickelodeon sweatshirt (left), paired with Frame jeans and a black t-shirt, both with raw edges

On June 14, she revealed a flash of flesh in a Nickelodeon sweatshirt (above left) and a black t-shirt on June 28, both with raw edges.

The sheer graphic tee she was spotted in on June 19 (below) was cut on the bias, giving her a distinct DIY look. She teamed the asymmetrical top with a Kreist jacket, Christian Siriano pants and Vogue Eyewear sunglasses.

In May, she coordinated a jagged-edged black midriff with Tommy Hilfiger jeans and accessorized with red LeSpecs x Adam Selman sunglasses.

The see-through shirt she wore was cut unevenly

The twisted hem of her black t-shirt looks like she made it herself

Outside the lines: The sheer graphic top she wore (left) and the basic black short-sleeved shirt she wore (right) were cut unevenly

From sweatshirts to tank tops and t-shirts, it looks like Gigi has put her own twist on just about everything in her closet

From sweatshirts to tank tops and t-shirts, it looks like Gigi has put her own twist on just about everything in her closet

To get Gigi’s rock star look, opt for a cotton top that you’re willing to alter, the soft material is the easiest to work with. For precise cutting, a razor-sharp pair of scissors is best.

Start by trying on the shirt to get a rough idea of ​​how much fabric you want to remove. Once this is determined, take a pencil and use a ruler or tape measure to draw a line across the back of the shirt.

Simultaneously cut the front and back of the shirt along the marks. For a homemade look, feel free to stray from the line.

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