- A talented young woman recently headed online to share a snap of a stunning Louis Vuitton handbag she made from a shopping bag
- In the snap, the shopping bag to which she covered in what looks like plastic film, and added a silk scarf to, looks completely transformed
- Many people were floored by the final product and were soon in the comment section asking how they can do it for themselves
Some people genuinely have talent for days. A young woman with the Twitter handle @So_Al_like recently headed to the app to share just how talented she is after she was able to turn a Louis Vuitton shopping bag into a usable handbag.
In the snap, it looks like the innovative young woman covered the signature orange LV bag with a plastic film that both kept it firm and will protect it from dirt and dust. She then added a decorative scarf which made it look even more professional.
"Made this from my Louis shopping bag," she captioned the snap.
The internet absolutely loved it and reacted to it a whopping 144.8k times. many of them also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of them below:
"lmao, I remember these. For a while, people were making purses out of ANYTHING."
"Girl congratulations on a stunning idea! You could even do away with LV and design your own shopping bags. Looks like you have a solid prospect list going here. Add me to it! Tell us when you are ready to run this business!"
In other Briefly.co.za news, while interests in recycling materials seem to be on an increase, a Nigerian lady has taken a different side to it. The lady took to recycling nylon waste and she is doing it really well with wonderful results.
In a LinkedIn post, the lady identified as Adejoke Lasisi shared beautiful bags, clothes, and shoes she made from recycled pure water nylon waste. She could be seen in one of the photos rocking a matching dress, necklace, sandals and bag; all products of waste conversions.
Dejoke seems to be in charge of a group Planet3R concerned with making eco-friendly products achieved this by carefully converting these nylon waste through sterilisation using locally-made wooden equipment.
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