Modular Fashion | Blessus

Modular Outfits Customized With Concealed Zippers

blessusBLESSUS is a modular clothing line that can be modified.

Last year we spotted Israel-based zeoze, a modular shoe that transforms into five different styles. Now, BLESSUS has created a modular clothing line, using zippers to change the look of their garments.

The BLESSUS team Michael Hekmat, Marta Matuszewska and Marcin Korytowski design and market their garments for women with busy lifestyles who need a versatile wardrobe. Concealed zippers enable a casual dress to be made appropriate for work or an evening event. BLESSUS also offers a custom service, allowing customers to choose color combinations and additional elements. The company has an online boutique and a boutique in Warsaw. The video below demonstrates the BLESSUS range.

Website: www.blessus.pl
Contact: mk@blessus.pl

Trendspotter | Katrina Olivier
Source | http://www.springwise.com/

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About C. Rae White

I'm a proud 6th generation Detroiter, a creative who loves working with my hands and a fashion fanatic with a thing for shoes, bags and jewelry. I'm a family researcher who loves discovering the details of my ancestors lives. Thanks for stopping by!
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6 Responses to Modular Fashion | Blessus

  1. I really love the idea of modular garments & the range of BLESSUS clothing is so gorgeous!! Customizing my own clothes is a favourite hobby of mine, but I don’t always have a lot of time at the moment, so pieces like these. that are designed for the wearer to be able to adapt & change the appearance of the garment so easily would be perfect for my wardrobe!!!

    Thanks for the brilliant recommendation girl – I’m off to find out more about BLESSUS now, & also those ze o ze shoes!!! So excited 😉 Brilliant article, xoxo

    • C. Rae White says:

      Thanks so much! I really love to find unique things and the Blessus garments fit right into that category. Also. your hobby of customizing clothing is right on trend and sooo fashionable, it’s also a very economical way to create a cool personalized style of dressing.

  2. k Elizabeth says:

    Wow! Cool idea. 🙂

  3. I do like the idea of this: if only to change my current consumer habits of overstuffing my wardrobes with too many things that are random and just don’t go together. Maybe this new approach could eliminate the whole “I have nothing to wear’ dilemma every woman goes through, LOL!

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  4. Shoe Closzet says:

    I don’t love the styling of this particular dress but I love the concept. It’s much easier than the convertible dresses that come with instructions 😉

    • C. Rae White says:

      I know what you mean! I had a reversible extra long dress in the 1980’s called the Wonder Tube or something like that. Anyway, it came with a matching tube top and the directions said that you could wear it about 10 different ways. Well, I never figured out how to make the dress look like all the various looks, so I basically wore it on the black side and never, ever wore it with the little top.

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