YouTube Video - A Very Sustainable Halloween : Making A Poison Ivy Costume From Repurposed Fabric

YouTube Video- A Very Sustainable Halloween : Making A Poison Ivy Costume From Repurposed Fabric

Happy spooky season, and welcome to the latest installment of the NACFORADVENTURE YouTube Channel.

Today, we venture away from , well, ADVENTURE, and look into my Poison Ivy Halloween costume, which is made from repurposed fabric.

To start out, I scoured the local thrift stores and Poshmark to find some secondhand items that I could repurpose into a cosplay of one of my favorite Batman villians.

I found a secondhand corset, as well as a green shimmery shirt and a dark green velevty skirt in order to put together my costume.

It was definitely a project where I figured it out as I went, and overall, I was very happy with the results. The costume has some quirks, but I had a blast creating a new life for clothing items that may have been just tossed out.

And the best part? I will absolutely be including the corset into more costumes in the future.

  • YouTube Video - A Very Sustainable Halloween : Making A Poison Ivy Costume From Repurposed Fabric
  • YouTube Video - A Very Sustainable Halloween : Making A Poison Ivy Costume From Repurposed Fabric
  • YouTube Video - A Very Sustainable Halloween : Making A Poison Ivy Costume From Repurposed Fabric
  • YouTube Video - A Very Sustainable Halloween : Making A Poison Ivy Costume From Repurposed Fabric

How did you celebrate a sustainable Halloween?

Your nacforadventurer and sustainable Halloween advocate,

AJ

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