................... bimbambuki: Me Made Mittwoch (11)
Simple and clever. With a narrower top part, it makes a very cool little vest-like cardi.
Cut Out Sweater w/ Detachable Sleeves $315 inspiration
Cut Out Sweater w/ Detachable Sleeves
Cowl hood Sweater - XXXL - Patchworky Tunic SweateR on Etsy, $125.00
MODA E DICAS DE COSTURA: IDEIAS DE RECICLAGEM - 8
Moda e Dicas de Costura: RECICLAGEM DE CALÇA JEANS - 4
Gores, Lagenlook top | like the idea of dyed or painted insets to the t-shirt
Altered couture wearable art wool coat upcycled vintae long coat reconstructed clothing for spring. $149.00, via Etsy.
Peasant Top From Men's Button Up Shirt ∙ How To by Maribug on Cut Out + Keep
Peasant Top From Men's Button Up Shirt
Love the collar.
EBT | DIY: Skirt to Palazzo Pant
Crush Party: "By the Seat of My Pants ! "
One-Of-A-King Silk Harem Patchwork Pants $16 || Supreme comfort and color make these pretty patchwork harem pants ridiculously popular with chic traveling women all over the world! After seeing stylish women rocking these fabulous harem pants literally everywhere we travel, once the Mexicali ladies tried them on, we understood why! So light and airy, these gorgeous hippie pants are made from a silk/rayon blend that has the look as our recycled silk pieces but is far more durable.
One-Of-A-Kind Silk Harem Pants
French Sugar Parisian Up-cycled Rustic Vintage Style Boho Jacket with Vintage Lace - Altered Couture.
Flannel jacket, Gypsy vagabond coat, bohemian duster, boho, plaid lace lagenlook, Tartan punk, romantic Victorian, true rebel clothing on Etsy, $120.00
Creative idea - use the top of sweatpants for the waistline and drawstring, but then attach patchwork palazzo legs. Genius.
Wide Leg Pants Boho Patchwork
GhEttO GoLdiLocKs is the clothing line created by Briget Campbell. She has found a passion for reconstructed old and unwanted clothes into fresh new wearable fashion. Cutting, sewing and patching fabric together has become this unique and one of a kind handmade clothing line. Briget believes in creating less waste in the world and using the overabundance of garments already available to her for her clothing line.