5 Ways To Spice Up Your Reworn Clothes Into Something New

5 Ways To Spice Up Your Reworn Clothes Into Something New


There’s no need to spend all your hard earned cash on new outfits! Here are 5 ways you can rewear your clothes.

Related: 3 Local Brands That Create Unique Reworked Clothes

Who knew rewearing clothes can be trendy? An influencer made headlines for her something borrowed wedding dress code, which encouraged her guests to rewear vintage pieces to her wedding. On the other hand, we have the DIY queens and capsule wardrobe mavens preaching the vitality of recycling clothes. If you haven’t heard about that yet, then we’re sure you know all the buzz around reworked clothing. Everyone’s making corsets, lettuce hemmed tops, ruched skirts, and everything else in between. It’s a great initiative that is both sustainable and fashionable, but it can be intimidating to the modern woman. That’s why we’ve compiled 5 of the simplest ways to rewear your clothes.

1. Wear it as a top instead of a bottom

Skirts can work as tube tops! It’s just a matter of perspective. If it’s a mini skirt it can be a loose fitting tube top worn with pants. If it’s a long skirt, then it can be a dress belted at the waist.

2. Rework it into something new

Reworking is all the rage nowadays. Some of us have been making their own clothes with affordable sewing machines, while others are making small scale businesses with reworked clothing. You can turn one piece of clothing into something completely different by reworking.

3. Borrow from a friend

The easiest way to add a few new pieces to your closet is by doing a clothing swap with your friends or borrowing a few items from your boyfriend or mom. All you got to do is style these pieces with your items to make it your own.

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4. Style it in a different way

Clothing can be worn in multiple ways. If you wore a top with jeans, then maybe next time you can pair with a skirt. You can also swap style aesthetics with different key pieces from your wardrobe.

5. Add a new design element

Sometimes adding one new design element to an old piece of clothing can freshen it up into something new. You can add a pendant to your favorite button down or ostrich feathers to the cuffs of your silk pajama set. It’ll feel like an entirely new piece of clothing.

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