One woman’s scrap is another woman’s skirt

Last week I went to see the WZRDZ at Lucky Bar in Victoria. Their drummer is my baby brother (the student and sometimes model) so my sister and I rocked wizard capes (obviously), but these two wore something just as magical.


Kim and Megan crafted their ensembles from the same vintage dress. They found the original piece at the Patch in Victoria, then shortened it to create a dress and used the leftover pieces to sew a skirt.


My scraps usually get scrapped, but this is sheer genius. 


I plan to steal their idea. Isn’t it just brilliant?

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  • Reply Liv May 17, 2009 at 10:05 pm

    so fab and so cute – what a pair. i love the dress but I would definitely have a scrap over the scrap skirt.

    which would you choose?

  • Reply MizzJ May 17, 2009 at 10:48 pm

    Cute skirt! It’s not often that I see such great fashion in my little hometown.

  • Reply slk May 19, 2009 at 3:48 pm

    Great headline! I vote for the skirt.

  • Reply beezie May 20, 2009 at 9:04 am

    i looooove these photos… i’ve done this before with a long dress but i would have NEVER EVER thought to go out with a girlfriend each wearing a piece… i have never seen matchymatchysamesame done so well… these girls rule and everything about these picture rule… good eye k and when on earth can we get our match on?!?!

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