I had two dresses that were too short for me. One(left) I got knowing it was too short, but I got it anyway with the plans of lengthening it later, and the other one(right) was a good length until I washed it and it shrunk a ton! Don't you hate it when that happens?!!
So I cut off one dress and used that extra fabric to lengthen the other dress. With the dress I cut off, I made it into a top, which turned out to be a very cute peplum top. The two fabrics are a little different from each other, but I didn't want to go through the hassle of trying to find the perfect match to lengthen the dress. It's noticeable but I don't think it looks too bad.
I used liquid stitch on the bottom hem of the top(to save the length because if I would've hemmed the bottom, it would've been too short), and with the extra fabric I cut off, I used it to lengthen the other dress.
Striped top: H&M(altered) | Royal blue jeans: c/o Romwe | Red flats: Target