In my last refashion, a question came up that I’m going to address here.
“How do you know when you can turn a garment around and make the back the front of your new refash?”
First off, let’s look at this example by Rebecca:
I loathe to disappoint you guys, but this week was a total thrifting bust. :/
My luck of recent weeks completely eluded me, and for the first time I can remember, I brought home absolutely nothing. :/
However, I do have a few interesting contenders to share. Continue Reading
Little did I realize my go-to hairstyle for when I’m working at home would match the era of this frock so perfectly.
I am a fan of aprons. If you cook, there is absolutely no reason to not wear one to protect your clothes. While I have a sentimental attachment to my old Starbucks apron from my barista days, you might not have one readily at hand.
Luckily, just about any cotton dress can be transformed into a fun & customized apron!
Enter Meghan with a most practical Reader Refash:
After baking bread for the millionth time and getting flour all over my apron-less self while kneading it, I figured I should probably just suck it up and buy one, or be forever covered in flour. Enter this skater dress that’s been hanging in my closet since high school, and unworn since college:
Today’s outfit is a result of me looking at my wardrobe and saying, “Meh.”
I wanted to wear a very nice-fitting grey dress I thrifted a while back, but it’s quite dull on its own, and I was in the mood for something a bit more glamorous. Just tossing on a sweater and leggings wasn’t going to cut it.
Luckily, I have plenty of other thrifted layers to choose from.