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Benedikta’s latest adventure, a safari in Africa, is nothing compared to the adventure she’s set up for herself when she gets back to New York. While there are significantly fewer formidable creatures here to gaze upon – unless you think of sample sales as dangerous animals- what awaits her is an equally challenging but beautiful task. With her Wardrobe Remake, Benedikta is aiming to update the existing clothes in her closet in the most current styles, keeping the idea of “having nothing to wear” out of her vocabulary for the time being. This week, see her How To that shows how to make your own piping with fabric of your choice and a simple cord. This certainly can be used to spice up any old tops or dresses hiding shrewdly in what I imagine to be a jungle of a closet, and yours too!

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    Aug 13, 2008, 01.37 PMby darkmatilda

    Great idea, I will love this blog. I need advice in frugal fashion. Keep on giving us ideas on recycling. Sorry about my english. Gracias!!

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