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Classic Cut Recycled Denim and Tweed Bikini

by , 10/30/10

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Rebecca Butler made an unlikely piece using locally produced tweed and recycled denim: a bikini! The classically cut number uses dark denim for the top and waistband, and is complimented with an earthy mix of green and pink tweed. Rebecca’s collection also includes a Victorian style dress made with white denim jeans, and a tweed dress accented with a light denim bow. These pieces are part of a larger collection aimed at using recycled and sustainably sourced fabric supporting the local tweed industry.

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8 Responses to “Classic Cut Recycled Denim and Tweed Bikini”

  1. rburry01 (@rburry01) says:

    This is beautiful! I need this!!!

  2. Error: Unable to create directory wp-content/blogs.dir/2/files/2017/10. Is its parent directory writable by the server? Diane Pham says:

    hamptons style bikini – i like it.

  3. JulieK says:

    what a fun way to take your jeans to the beach!

  4. adam says:

    awesome, excellent design sensibility.

  5. vbidez says:

    Just as long as you don’t intend to actually swim in it of course! Wet jeans = extremely uncomfortable! Cute though 🙂

  6. sonya says:

    love it! i had one made waaay back in my teens.

  7. BINABUG says:

    trying to figure out how to vote for this? sigh

  8. ekittell says:



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