This is a really easy-peasy DIY.
I used a broken leather bag strap for this and I think it's a good way of recycling and
re-purposing something that's no longer useful.
1. Colour the ends with a different colour i.e White, neon colours.
2. Turn the collar around so the rounded side is in front.
Cut, Sew, Glue
What you need
Leather strap, scissors, glue & velcro
This book is a real eye-opener. It's an brutally honest account of what goes on
behind the scenes in the high street fashion market.
Forced child labour for cotton harvesting, the ugly production process behind leather and fur
and the resulting widespread pollution are just some of the things that Lucy Siegle touches on in the book.
Honestly, after reading it, I've realised how flippant my attitude has been towards fashion.
I've never really thought about the consequences of a purchase. Well, other than that particular one
where your bank account starts looking increasingly pathetic.