Show off that edgy side, queen. “D-Day” is a three-piece outfit featuring a pink and red color-blocked sleeveless crop, and high rise, elastic waist, jogger pant with color blocked elastic ankle cuffs, deep side pockets, and cargo pockets. Additionally, "D-Day" comes with a third detachable cropped top piece featuring an attached military belt that can be worn around the waist or worn over the shoulder.
Photographed on a model (5’10” with a 24” waist, size XXS), and on a mannequin (5’6” with a standard size 2 waist). Please note that the elastic waist and ankle cuffs allow for rolling to suit a smaller size or shorter frame (the waist and ankle cuffs are rolled on the mannequin to account for the shorter height).
Wanna be unique, sustainable, and stand out in a crowd? We got you. D-Day was designed on paper and then the pattern was drafted on a mannequin in our studio, making it completely original. Also, considering that D-Day is made from 100% recycled fabric, thrifted exclusively in Philadelphia, PA at the Resource Exchange, we can say - without exaggerating - that there isn't another one like it in the world.
Three piece outfit
Made from recycled fabric
Cotton blend and woven fabrics.
Wash on a delicate cycle and avoid harsh detergents or bleach.
Hang dry to extend the life of your garments.
Fitted high-neck top with slight stretch
Plaid overlay with cargo-style belt that can be worn around waist or over shoulder.
Best suited for sizes XXS-XS (Size 00-2)
Elastic waistband pants
Size XXS-S (00-2)
Pants and waistband can be rolled to suit height differences
*DISCLAIMER* Please keep in mind that each outfit purchased from SLC is made from recycled/upcycled materials. Due to the unpredictable nature of recycled fabrics, you may discover small signs of prior use on an outfit purchased from us, and this is a part of the beauty of buying and owning clothing made from recycled materials. We examine our fabrics carefully and try to work-around/eliminate any such markings before creating an outfit, but sometimes small signs of wear are an unavoidable part of the process. Any mark left after our examination is generally so small that it is not noticeable when worn.