Check out this crazy wedding dress made entirely from discarded face masks

Jul 21st

Women, would you wear a dress made from used face masks for your special day??

Yep, that is a bridal gown made by designer Tom Silverwood from more than 1,500 face masks to celebrate the end of lockdowns in the U.K.

A wedding dress made entirely of white face masks has been unveiled to celebrate the end of restrictions upon weddings in England on so-called "freedom day".

The dress, commissioned by wedding supplier marketplace Hitched, is made out of 1,500 upcycled face masks.


There's a napkin in my trash from my lunch earlier. Maybe I could "upcycle" that to make a new fashion line!

The Sun put it a little less delicately:

Hitched says more than 100 million masks are thrown away every week in the UK.

For enterprising ladies looking for a budget wedding, this could be your ticket. Roll up those sleeves and start the dumpster diving!


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