Becca

01 Jul 2019

I'd define my style as trashion

“Trashion” is the term Becca uses to describe her wardrobe which is full of second hand, handmade and worn-to-death garments. That doesn’t mean it is neglected, rather the opposite – everything is thoughtfully sourced and well loved. “I fluctuate between styles a lot,” explains Becca. “But, I am attracted to fabric that feels good, illustrative prints and oversized garments that can be layered, especially if they have fun features. If I know how a garment has been made, and who by, it makes me want it more.” Becca makes a lot of her own clothes and even has her own fashion label, Foundling Studio, where fantastical fabrics meet careful tailoring and painterly prints. 

Becca Wears

1
90s jumpsuit, vintage from Cow
Cardigan, handknitted by Becca’s boyfriend’s mum
Belt, vintage

2
Suit, Love Too True
Sparkly green top, sample from Peter Jensen
Shoes, vintage from Cow
Belt, second hand from Becca’s mum

3
Dungarees, handmade by Becca
Stripy top, handmade
T-shirt, vintage with rainbow ribbing added by Becca

4
Boilersuit, Thrifty Store – died and painted by Becca
Jacket, handmade by Becca for Foundling Studio
Top, handmade by Becca for Foundling Studio

5
Shorts with nude print, Syd & Mallory
Shorts underneath, Love Too True with Liv Frost
Long-sleeved top, handmade by Becca
Skeleton top, Fennec Design

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