The second week of Frugal Fashion February done and dusted and the weather has been my enemy.
In today’s post I’m sharing how I made an existing dress my own with basic sewing skills from those Home Ec days in high school.
DIY and refashion your own button up skirt by stealing one of your dad’s/husband’s/partner’s old button up shirts!
Another month, another style challenge. Well, this time it’s more of a fiscal challenge.
A quick DIY to jazz up a pair of sandals.
Ah, drop crotch pants (also affectionately known as “droppies”, and not-so affectionately known as “poo catcher pants”). If ever there was a prodigious example of a man-repelling item of clothing, these would be it.
For the first DIY post of the year I’m sharing how I gave a plain old grey t-shirt some new life with an embroidered motif.
As you may already know, I’ve consciously been trying to participate in more sustainable fashion by buying second hand (via thrift stores/op shops, eBay or Gumtree, and lately through Facebook buy/swap/sell groups). However, there are times when I can’t find what I’m looking for through these channels so I will hit the shops to get what I’m after. When shopping this way I try to be conscious of the 30 wears rule, and this was the case with the black slip dress.