Dressed in memories
I came across the shirt my husband wore the day my daughter was born while looking for new patterns to make dresses out of. I immediately became teary-eyed thinking of making it into a dress for my daughter.
From there - Refashioned Memories was born. We are a team of seamstresses set out on a mission: to refashion old articles of clothing and create them into custom memories. From dresses to pillows to blankets, we're sure to fit every need.
When you order from us, we send you a custom order form via email. For dresses, you can provide exact measurements. For any additional customization, you can comment on the form.
2 weeks after you send in your sentimental item, you will receive your Refashioned Memory.
*warning* we have been known to cause happy tears.
How it works
Place your order. You will immediately receive an order form via email. Please fill this form out. If you've ordered clothing, you have the option of providing measurements for a custom tailored fit. You can also use standard sizes if preferred.
Let your imagination run wild. Go through your closet and find a sentimental shirt. Dad's old work shirt, big brother's old sport's jersey, grandma's sweat shirt - the more sentimental, the better! We can use any type of shirt - even T-shirts!
Send us your sentimental item. Once you place your order - you can send us your item for refashioning. Within 2 weeks of receiving your item, we will send out your order.
You'll receive your Refashioned Memory! This sentimental item will bring happiness to everyone who sees it and will immediately spark memories!
From our customers
My daughter is going away for college for the first time. She'll always be my baby. Refashioned Memories created a BEAUTIFUL pillow out of a sweater of mine that my daughter keeps in her dorm room!
I ordered both the Flutter Sleeve and Garden Dress from Refashioned Memories and they came out AMAZING! My little girls wearing their daddy's shirt is truly special!
My husband passed away before Christmas last year. For Christmas, I ordered each of the grandkids a pillow from one of his shirts. I had tears when I recieved them in the mall. Beautiful.
Dawn, North Carolina
Carli and Refashioned Memories refashioned all of my son's sports jersey's into special memories. I LOVE REFASHIONED MEMORIES!
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Frequently Asked Questions
What types of shirts can you work with? All kinds! We've had clients send us everything from high-quality button-ups to T-shirts - we will always produce a fabulous product.
How long will I get my order package after I place an order? Within two weeks of receiving your item - you will receive your Refashioned Memory!
I am not good at measuring - can I just tell you my little one's size? Absolutely! We do make it very easy to provide measurements for a custom dress, but if you would like to go off of basic size, please just note in the order form.
I LOVE my Refashioned Dress - will you be making clothes for boys as well? Yes, little boy clothes are in the works - stay tuned
Do you do custom designs? Absolutely. Our team of seamstresses can get most any job done. If you have a custom request, please fill out the contact us form and we will provide pricing.
Can I feature my kid on social media and tag you? Of course! We always appreciate our fans and customers. We love the love. #RefashionedMemories
In the news
The next time you need a sweet gift for your partner, look no further."
Read Popsugar article here
Refashioned Memories is about turning other family's special shirts into outfits for their little ones. People place custom orders, take their kid's measurements, and ship them away along with the shirt. What they get back is a one-of-a-kind "memory dress."
Read A Plus article here
The mom and avid sewer used the shirt her husband, Josh, was wearing the day she gave birth to make an adorable outfit for their 2-year-old daughter, Amelia. Now, her sweet gesture has taken the Internet by storm.
Read CafeMom article here
Sometimes, everyday objects can be incredibly sentimental, based on the memories they evoke.
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