What’s the best part about summer fashion? You can literally wear a dress every day of the week! If you’ve got a good crop of dresses but are totally bored of them, here are 10 ways to transform them into brand new duds.

1. Shoulder-less Shirt Dress: Take an oversized shirt and turn it into a hot little shirt dress, shoulders optional. This is also a fun hack for a shirt dress you already have. (via Brit + Co.)

2. Hand Stamped Pony Dress: Pep up any plain dress with custom stamps and fabric paint. (via A Beautiful Mess)

3. Cutout Black Maxi: We know summer just started yesterday but this might already be our favorite hack of the season. (via Brit + Co.)

4. DIY Anthropologie Lace Dress: Featured in our lace roundup, this dress is inspired by an Anthropologie frock. Take a plain long sleeve dress and add lace – so awesome! (via Our Life is Beautiful)

5. Beach Wrap Dress: All you need is a yard or two of stretchy fabric to make your own chic beach wrap. (via Brit + Co.)

6. Oversized Dress into Peplum: Now this is a genius use of a thrift find. How often have you been tempted by gorgeous patterns and fabrics at a flea market or thrift shop, only to find that the garment is way too big for you? Follow this tutorial to make your own peplum dress. (via Our Life is Beautiful)

7. Super Easy T-Shirt Maxi Dress: We’re kind of cheating with this one since it’s a dress made from scratch, but it was too easy not to include. It’s basically a giant t-shirt that manages to look chic. We’re in. (via Cotton + Curls)

8. Dress from Thrifted Skirt: Another great use of a pretty vintage print, just a few simple stitches can turn any long skirt into a cute sundress. (via Nifty Thrifty Goodwill)

9. Turn a Maxi into a Halter: One of our first official Brit + Co. style hacks, check out this quick and easy trick on turning a maxi into a hot halter. (via Brit + Co.)

10. Vintage Inspired Dress Makeover: And last, get ruffly with it! Add a sweet buttoned ruffle to any tank dress to give it an instant vintage vibe. (via A Beautiful Mess)

Which of these DIY dress projects is your favorite? Tell us in the comments below.