Gorgeous and green! These gowns look amazing, and as an added bonus, they are made completely from recycled materials!
Bread Tag Wedding Dress
This beautiful bride collected bread bag tags for over 10 years to create this stunning creation.
Peanut Butter Cup Wrapper Dress
“Project Runway” winner Christian Siriano created this fashionable design, which is made entirely of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup wrappers. The end result is a stunning and sophisticated mini-dress.
The top of this dress makes use of an old computer keyboard, adding some awesome texture and some eye-catching style to the strapless look.
The beauty is in the detail here. This woman’s dress is made entirely out of recycled aluminum cans and soda tabs. It’s got a wonderfully sparkly fit with a 1920s vibe to it that looks club ready!
How insane is this dress?! Made entirely of purple balloons of varying sizes, this magnificent creation is truly a work of art.
Lindor Truffle Dress
Not only is this dress made of truffle wrappers truly a sight to see, but it gives you a perfect excuse to eat lots of chocolate during the process of making it.
Garbage Bag Dress
This huge gown is anything but trashy. Made from black garbage bags, it’s not a very wearable garment but it’s definitely a fashion statement.
Plastic Bag Dress
This is definitely an eco-friendly design that’s perfect for a cocktail party or a night out on the town. Put those old bags to use!
Starburst Prom Dress
A colorful project six years in the making, this high school senior was likely the talk of her senior prom with her amazing Starburst dress. How many wrappers do you think it took to make this garment?!
Chocolate lovers rejoice: Peanut M&M’s wrappers were the fabric of choice for this inventive gown.
Project Subway Dress
A “Project Runway” inspired competition resulted in the creation of these surprisingly awesome looks, all made from Subway items. They look fresh!
Capri Sun Dress
This dress looks like it’d be perfect for a hot summer day. Made from old Capri Sun packages (and with a matching purse to boot!), it’s a bright and colorful wardrobe addition.
This isn’t the most feasible project if you’re on a budget, but this dress made of various types of international dollars is a sight to behold!
Put some old periodicals to use with this inspired hoop dress.
Tin Foil Dress
This design takes everyday trash and turns it into fashion treasure by utilizing tin foil in a genius way.
Not sure what to do with all of your old magazines that are piling up around your place? This is one idea! This beautiful dress gets its unique texture from hundreds of magazine clippings rolled up and sewn together.
Plastic Bag Dress
Here’s another use for those countless plastic bags that pile up everywhere. This style features some fun braiding on the backside. Go green and be fashionable at the same time!