One of the most common re-fashion projects are T-shirt re-fashions. T-shirts make a great first re-fashion project for so many reasons. Firstly, they are relatively inexpensive (or are probably already in your closet!) From high school, college, sports teams, or volunteering, my drawers are full of shirts I've collected throughout the years. Thrift stores are … Continue reading Husband’s T-shirt to Spunky Crop Top
Can a trash bin be a headdress? Oh yeah!
The easiest and cheapest second hand material I always end up getting are household fabrics. A lot of it ends up getting passed down to me either from friends or family members for free. With all of this fabric floating around, I decided it was time to do something with it. I ended up using … Continue reading Upcycled Fashion Challenge
Experimenting with the creative side of fashion with fantasy styles and costuming
We all make sewing mistakes, but figuring out how to work with them is a great way to get the creative juices flowing. This is how I fixed a re-fashioned project gone wrong.
Dress to impress yourself! This is the story of my fancy Friday at McDonald's
This refashion was inspired by a holographic open-backed shirt that I adored, but had gotten faded only on the front. I had originally bought it from a thrift store for around $2, and was so excited! Didn't realize putting it through the wash would mess up some of the holographic nature of the fabric. … Continue reading Pop Re-fashioned Shirt