- A young fashion designer disclosed to her fans through social media that curtains are her major raw material
- She has been making skirts and even fancy dresses using the curtains which she buys cheaply from the supermarket
- Many people have been lauding her online with quite a number making orders
Many people usually believe they need a lot of money to pull the best looks they have ever imagined.
However, a US-based fashion designer recently proved otherwise after sharing with the world how she has been turning curtains into fashionable clothes.
The lady designer named Iesha Gilchrist and who uses Thrift N Tell on social media gave women across the world ideas they could embrace and shine on a budget.
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News about the creative fashion designer was first shared online by the lady herself through her Instagram page.
Iesha, through her page, has been showing off her different fashion items, all made out of curtains.
According to the designer, her goal has always been bringing cheaper options to fellow women even as she tries to bring curtains to the runway.
Judging by Iesha's Instagram profile, she is so good that she can even turn your old clothes into something new.
It is important to note that the designer has been making skirts and even fancy dresses and gown using the curtains she buys cheaply.
Many people, especially netizens were impressed by her creativity and duly camped on social media platforms to laud and support her craft.
In other news, a young Nigerian lady identified on Twitter as @just_oyinda shared an adorable gown she made that can be worn in three different styles.
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@just_oyinda has carved a niche for herself in the fashion industry with the kind of dresses she makes and her followers can't get enough of her.
Taking to Twitter to share photos of herself wearing the beautiful gown, she wrote:
"I made this and it can be styled in three different ways and should I say emerald green is my color??"