Go into your closet, wait a few minutes and you probably will find some pieces that you would absolutely love to remake. You can turn an old t shit into a shirtdress or spin a nightgown into a romper.
Sarah Tyau is a very talented blogger and fashionista of the highest order. She has an eye for fashion and also makes clothes for her own family from whatever she finds in thrift stores. Just in a blink, she can spot new potential in old rags and turn them into updated threads.
The 33-year-old is a mom of three from Salt Lake City, Utah, and runs a blog that is called Life is Beautiful. She posts things like sewing projects, a lot of family adventures and personal anecdotes. Sarah looks to save money for her family by skimming her own closet and transforming her old clothes or whatever she finds in thrift stores.
She also posts about home furnishings and some months ago, she began sharing DIY tutorials on her own YouTube channel. Once a week she invites viewers to help her refashion a thrift store find. Her Instagram stays busy with before and after shots of her projects.
As you can see, over sized coats are being converted into little girl’s dresses, men’s shirts and stretched out sweaters and denim getting mixed to plain outfits.
Some scraps are also turned into cute bows, belts or headbands. This is what she did to an old wedding dress.
Sarah hopes to start her own clothing line with the help of her two daughters and with the proceeds she wants to donate to children’s charities. According to
According to her blog, she is in the process of launching a mother-daughter sewing tutorial series. Even though I am nowhere near her level, her projects inspire me to try them. Below you can see some pics that she recreated. You can also keep up with her work on her blog and social media.
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What do you guys think of her creative designs? Which piece here would you like to transform?