Pea Green Sea: Repurposed Sari Silk Infinity Scarves

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Australian based designer Susan, under her business name Pea Green Sea, re-purposes sari silk into beautiful infinity scarves and sells them via her online store.

Susan is not new to upcycling, often refashioning shirts and dresses into clothes for her children, but it is sari silk that has taken centre stage with her sewing machine, after her infinity scarves grew in popularity with family and friends, and soon the Etsy community.

:: Infinity silk sari scarf in teal, black, blue/green, gold - "Aegean" ::

Susan sent me one of her designs last week.  We exchanged emails to establish my preferred colour, and my stunning scarf arrived in the mail within days; perfection.

Whether complimenting a sleek little black dress number or dressing up a casual t-shirt and jeans get-up, Susan's infinity scarves add a little bit of elegance to any outfit.

:: Infinity silk sari scarf in blue, grey and silver - "Azure" ::

All Pea Green Sea scarves remain the same price; a very reasonable $29 AUD (approx $23 USD), however, Susan is generously giving ALL Recycled Fashion readers a further 15% off all purchases from now until 31 May 2015. Type in RECYCLED15 at checkout.

:: Infinity silk sari scarf in crimson, maroon,burgundy, black -"Amaranth" ::

You might be interested in having a look through Susan's Pea Green Sea collection on Etsy and snap up a little sustainable luxury for your own wardrobe.  Be quick though, Susan finds it a little hard to keep up with the demand of her designs! (I am not surprised).

Further reading - if you would like to learn more about the creative work and ideas behind Pea Green Sea, do check out Susan's interview on A little bit of Jess blog here.

You can find Pea Green Sea here:

Instagram: @pea_green_sea



Patti said...

Beautiful! xo

Unknown said...

Great review! Thank you for the link to my interview with Susan xx

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