The Phoenix Renaissance

It is not a secret if I tell you that I love give another life to old objects.

I already take some pictures of crocheted rugs who become revisited dreamcatchers, wedding’s or Christmas’s recycled decorations, I recently share a recycled handmade rainstick and I couldn’t wait to start also sharing my “ecofriendly collection” of matching clothes daughter/mother made with un-used clothes.

I’ve started sewing with some Pinterest inspirations and then while I was pregnant I make some clothes for my daughter. One day instead of new fabric I used an old dress(but never used,like most of clothes we have on our closets…)and I used its fabric to make a bloomer for her. And that was the beginning of this addiction.

I love the principle of recycling: this world is going crazy in some many ways,and we can work to make it better in all of them,even with fashion and a respectful way to wear clothes (respect with human rights,animals and environment for example)

So here there come some pictures of twoo skirts(one for me and one for my daughter)that I made with one embroidered old jean.

I hope you like it the style,the matching skirts,and the way I made them.

One thought on “The Phoenix Renaissance

  1. This world is getting more and more crazy in many ways, but it’s totally urgent that every one of us have awareness about our environment problems. Too many clothes per person, other people doesn’t have anything to put it on…too many trash, plastics, and no interest in recycling…giving love to old things its not only pretty and creative but also totally necessary! Loved this work Mom/daughter code! Beautiful flowers on black! Adorable photos 😘🤗💕

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