A Woman Transforms Unstylish Clothes for Her Family, and the Results Are So Gorgeous We’d Order Everything

Several years ago, Sarah Tyau became interested in sewing and transforming clothes. At first, she just wanted to save money by not having to buy new clothes because she just had her first daughter. Later, Sarah realized that she didn’t have to buy expensive clothes in order to look stylish. She perfected her skills, but her technique was still really simple: cut something, attach something else. Now, Sarah has 3 children and almost 130 thousand subscribers on her Instagram page.

We at Bright Side decided to tell our readers about Sarah’s life philosophy and show you some amazing examples of her work.

Sarah started transforming old clothes for her and her daughters. She uses her own clothes, old clothes from her relatives, and she also buys clothes at second-hand stores. They cost very little but she changes their look dramatically.

Her hobby became her life philosophy. Sarah’s motto is “Look good, feel good, do good.” She is against the consumer society and she teaches people to not waste their money. In the future, she is planning to design her own line of clothing and donate all the proceeds to orphaned children. Sarah’s ideas are interesting and very noble. She thinks that when a person wears beautiful and comfortable clothing, they feel happy and have the energy to help others.

Sarah has a great sense of style and a bright imagination. These qualities help her create innovative clothing and style it perfectly. She made overalls using an oversized dress, and a cute little dress using a men’s shirt.

Sarah has never studied in any specialized school. She admits that she does a lot of things over and over again in order to fix her mistakes. She shares educational videos on her YouTube channel and Facebook showing all the stages of reimagining the clothing she works with and explaining everything in a simple way.

Sarah proves that a bright and diverse set of clothes is something that any person can create and have. And, if you go Sarah’s way, all your clothes will be unique.

Here is Sarah with her husband and kids. Their oldest daughter is 10, their middle daughter is 9, and their son just recently turned 5.

Sarah thinks that the clothes you create on your own can also help you avoid the problem of having a full closet and feeling like you have nothing to wear. What do you do with your old clothes? Tell us in the comment section below!

Preview photo credit Sarah Tyau / facebook
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