refashion it!

fashion doesn't have to be new to be fashion. By giving clothes a second life as something else, you can taylor your clothes to your own size, need and aesthetic, while sparing the environment and your wallet.

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8 comments:

  1. Love your ideas. Just discovered you through ReFashionista!

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    1. Thanks! I'm so happy to read you all like my ideas!

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  2. Me too. Keep up the refashioning. This world has so much waste and this needs to change. Thanks.

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  3. Me too. Keep up the refashioning. This world has so much waste and this needs to change. Thanks.

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    1. I completely agree! For a long time I was always a little ashamed that most of my possessions were second-hand or self-made. But now I'm so happy to see that many people acknowledge the problems that consumerism is creating for the environment and try to change that, and I'm proud to be a small part in that change!

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  4. me four re:fashionista...I love the art bag and your courage in buying it. I once bought a large raggedy ann doll that a store clerk talked me INTO buying and 1 year later I found out it was worth money and got a hefty 500$ for a 10$ talked into buy LOL...gotta love those cashiers. You should take your bag back there and show her what you did.

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    1. wow, I can't believe your luck!! You really found a treasure there! That's why thrifting is so much fun; these things never happen in retail-shops! Good luck with your thrifting-adventures!!

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