For many sexy mini dress women, a wedding dress is one of the priciest and most treasured possessions in their wardrobe.
But for Maryborough local Kim Sheard, hers was a reminder of some memories she would rather keep firmly in the past.
In need of some cheering up, and with a pretty white gown she would never use again, 37-year-old Kim’s creative friends came up with an idea – trash the dress, by dredging it through some of the harshest conditions imaginable.
The trash the dress long sleeve midi dress concept has been gaining momentum around the world for a number of years and is quickly coming into its own in Australia
However there is evidence of women burning their dress, rolling through mud and scuba diving in their gowns.
The trash the dress concept has been gaining momentum around the world for a number of years and is quickly coming into its own in Australia.
The results have been known to resemble art and are akin to what would be seen in a high fashion magazine.