What I Wore Today: The Recycled Fashion Show
A couple of days ago, a friend of mine asked if I would be available to judge the annual fashion show of their company which would feature recycled fashion. Green + Fashion = Big enthusiastic yes from me.
This was one of those, "s*#t, I have nothing to wear as a judge moments", so I decided to keep it as low-key as possible so as not to steal the spotlight away from the catwalk but still exude a serious yet chic vibe...being a judge and all. (naks, feel na feel ang pagk- judge!)
and it was quite chilly that day, also had to kill time in Shang because I was color coding that day and you all know how cold it can get there
faux diamond dangling earrings, mens watch, old sweater, DIY black maxi, vintage clutch and Dany platforms
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Here I am as a proud judge! :)
and on to some highlights of the show....
Honestly, I wasn't expecting much but when the first models came out, I was in awe of their creativity! They used trash found around the office to create these looks.
You'll see a lot of old re-fashioned bubble wrap, cd's, juice boxes, soda can tabs, trash bags and grocery bags. It's amazing what they were able to come up with!
There was a budding milliner in her group who created this headpiece made out of tin foil and leftovers from a broomstick!
Her accessories were made out of soda can tabs. This sweetheart gave me her cuff at the end of the show which I continue to use. It's cute :)
And the fairest "Becky"(gay) of them all...
actually, he/she was the only one, but he/she totally stole the show in his ensemble made out of three sacks of rice, vintage floral cut-outs from an old table cloth, a parasol made out of recycled grocery bags and a whole lot of attitude!
Needless to say, it was a hell of a fun experience and I look forward to next year! :)
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