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Do you love patterns & velvet? Floaty tops, dresses and high waisted shorts? Are you looking for items that are 100% unique? Look no further than Re_considered.

Once a pair of curtains, now a pair of shorts, these gorgeous rust orange velvet shorts scream classy yet comfortable. With the pleats on each side, you could wear these to a summer office party or paired with tights for a flawless festive look.
Long gone are the days when wearing a pillowcase was uncool because this top is the prettiest pillow I've ever seen. With super thin spaghetti straps and muted pink, blue and yellow panels this top is a sure win for the beach and summer adventures.


Wide leg trousers are well and truly IN, something which I never thought I'd say a few years ago but here we are. And, I've got to be honest, I love this trend. The day that I said 'so long' to squeezing myself into incredibly tight skinny jeans was a good one.

Re_considered have obviously taken this trend one step further and fashioned these beautiful cream trousers adorned with pink flowers. We could absolutely see ourselves wandering the bustling streets of any metropolitan city on a summer's day, taking in the sights whilst wearing these trousers to keep us cool and chic.
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Oh, and did we mention that Re_considered also does jewellery? Look at these absolutely beautiful Oil Painting earrings. Named so because Tabby (the Founder) says they remind her of the effect oil paint has on a canvas which I think is spot on. These are actually made out of fabric scraps and resin which is unbelievably clever!
Finally, a huge shoutout to the founder of Re_considered Tabby Bunyan and her team of fairy upcyclers! Thanks to lockdown, Tabby couldn't go fabric shopping anymore, so it was then that she decided to turn to things she already had in her house, such as old tablecloths and duvet covers belonging to her grandma, into clothes. Tabby's efforts with Re_considered show us that sewing really can be an alternative to shopping which is incredibly inspiring in a world dominated by consumption.
"By upcycling and reworking an item of clothing or unused fabric, each one is transformed whilst retaining the story of what it once was." – Tabby Bunyan (Founder)
Article by Catherine McAteer
All images from reconsidered.co.uk