The mother-of-three skillfully transforms outdated and ill-fitting clothing into stunning, fashion-forward outfits.
With pollution, endangered wildlife and global warming heading the news in 2019, many industries are joining in the momentum of sustainability to help save our earth.
The fashion industry is arguably one of the most polluting industries due to its manufacturing process but thankfully, many fashion brands are making the effort to produce more eco-conscious clothing as well as rolling out recycling programs to encourage consumers to reduce the number of clothes thrown away.
Apart from making smarter fashion choices and recycling unwanted clothing, upcycling old clothes is also a great way to help save the environment. Not only is it a good way to recycle unwanted clothes, but you can also update your wardrobe with new fashion designs without having to spend a hefty amount of money. And this is exactly what lifestyle blogger Sarah Tyau has been doing!
The mother-of-three skillfully transforms outdated and ill-fitting clothing into stunning, fashion-forward outfits. With just a sewing machine, she’s able to reimagine shirts, pants, blazers and dresses into entirely new pieces. Sarah’s creations may seem like a professional piece of work but it turns out, she’s pretty much self-taught.
“My skills are actually very basic. Actually, quite a few skills are needed in refashioning since you keep the buttonholes, darts, zippers and it’s mostly just straight stitching. My vision makes up for my skills though, it takes me 15-30 seconds to envision the piece to something I’d want it to transform into,” Sarah told BoredPanda.
Check out more of her inspirational creations to upcycle your unwanted clothes.