When I was a kid, rugby shirts were very much in fashion and I desperately loved them. They spoke of vibrant health, an active sporting lifestyle, extroversion, team acceptance, but at the time they were genuinely too expensive for our family budget...
I guess I still have latent fondness for rugby shirts to this day, but there seems to be an unwritten law in the rugby making trade that the stripes have to be contrasty and disagreeable.
Why are there no analogous colored rugby shirts?
Let's make one.
Step 1: Materials
scissor sharpener (recommended)
Step 2: Mark the stripes
Straighten out the hem of the bottom of the shirt and lay it as flat as you can get it to lay.
Mark chalk lines where you will cut the stripes out.
Step 3: Cut the stripes
Do this for all three shirts.
Step 4: Organize the stripes
You have to be mindful of the neck to armpit area, getting that right, but after that, it's tubes all the way down. You could even make a very long dress out of this, but I didn't feel like going there.
Step 5: Sew the stripes back together
When finished, you may have to adjust the hems on the sleeves if things didn't line up.
Step 6: Finis
However, I have a dread of being photographed, so.. he is the spokesmmodel for this one today