This month’s featured re-inventor is my dear friend Rachel! Rachel is a fellow gluten-free eater, lover of coffee and all around bad-ass of a woman. If she isn’t playing a show for two of Omaha’s rockin’ |nearly| all girl bands, HERS and Wayward Little Satan Daughters, she’s co-founding the feminist record label, CLUB NO QUIET records which will launch in 2013. Even with her busy schedule she some how finds time to pay tribute to the details in life by personalizing her clothing.
I am so excited to be a part of The Raw Denim Project that the Denim Saloon and Bemis Press Design Shop are hosting.
The Denim Saloon will be keeping a visual journal of ten participants who will wear a pair of raw denim for several months.
What makes raw denim worth documenting? Over time the wearer’s daily habits and movements influence the distress markings on the denim making the jeans truly a representation of individual’s personality and lifestyle. Awesome!
I have an affinity for re-invention. Taking something old and making it into something new brings me joy. I’ve found a kindred spirit for re-inventing clothes in this beautiful woman named Paige.
Paige is someone who you noticed right when she walks in the room. If not for her beaming smile its her eye catching stylish digs.
It is my hope that you too have someone in your life, like Paige, that inspires and draws out the creative parts in you that dare you to make bolder choices in your wardrobe. I’m excited to show you this selection of garments that she has re-invented.
Lately, I am loving vintage and tribal patterns, high waisted shorts and peek-a-boo midriffs. Here are a few of my go to outfits for this summer’s hottest days.
The month of one dress is over and I am back in pants and button-ups. Though, I do notice a change in my interaction with my wardrobe.