Recycled Fashion Finds #72

Friday, August 16, 2013

Hi Readers, have you been on a thrifty shopping trip lately?  Checked out a flea market, or new thrift store? Perhaps you've made something out of a curtain, fixed a button, or just shopped your own wardrobe for a thrifty outfit?  Now is your time to share on Recycled Fashion Finds.

Last fortnight's Recycled Fashion Finds links through to some great outfits and recycled fashion ideas, including Patti's no sew t-shirt skirt, Sarah's vintage linen apron, Gina's clutch made from upholstery swatches and pillowcase skirt and top, Desiree's 1950's cotton bra dyed green, Navy Wifey Peter's hooded robe made from towels and more.

If you'd like to share something you've made, a thrifty outfit, a charity shop review, a DIY tutorial, or anything related to vintage fashion, feel free to share in the link provided below.

If you do link up, don't forget to grab yourself a Recycled Fashion Finds blog badge for your blog post or side bar, or link Recycled Fashion Finds in your blog post.

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Feel free to share more than one project or thrifty find, it's always great to see what you've been up to.


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5 comments:

Patti said...

Thanks for the mention, Erica! and for hosting the link-up.

Ruby Murray said...

Thanks for the link-up Erica, finally got round to refashioning so ace that I can share here. Love the blog lady, keep up the awesome work
x

Pull Your Socks Up! said...

I love your fortnightly RFFs Erica, thank you so much for mentioning my green bra - I've still got the dye in a bucket as I can bring myself to throw away that wonderfully lurid colour! Hope you're doing well love. xo

photosarah said...

Thanks for mentioning my apron! You should definitely give apron making a try. It's pretty simple and rewarding because it's something you can use all the time. I've got more reused vintage linens this week!

Navy Wifey Peters said...

Thanks for hosting! I hope you like the dress I refashioned for my daughter. :-)

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