Cabin fever or just creative? People have started making dresses out of shopping bags now
Sure that's one way to get creative...
The prevalence of the Covid-19 pandemic means that people have a lot of time on their hands. Like, a lot of time.
So much time, in fact, that they've started finding new and novel ways of getting creative, working on their artistic skills, and finally finding a use for all those shopping bags that have been stuffed under the stairs.
No, not by recycling them. No, not by using them to carry an assortment of other things in. By wearing them as dresses, obviously.
The cabin fever has set in, truly.
One of the most impressive (and let's be honest, a bit mad) examples of this, eh, challenge comes from Instagram model Lily Ermak.
She grabbed herself a small paper bag, cinched it at the waist, threw it on, and grabbed herself a glass of red.
Club ready, if the clubs were indeed open.
Ermak looks naturally flawless, something that is only emphasised by the fact that she is wearing actual rubbish. And in fairness to her, the bag does seem to fit quite well.
As long as she doesn't move, obviously.
Since then, the shopping bag dress has taken on a mind of its own as women from around the world get creative and try their hand at dressing up in bags.
Got to find some way to pass the time, right?
So grab yourself an old Tesco bag, some scissors, and an intense amount of self confidence.