Sharing photos of herself in the outfit on Facebook, she showed off the fine dress she made from sachet water nylon waste.
According to reports, the award-winning entrepreneur disclosed that it took her a week to gather the nylons. She revealed how she got them.
She said, “It took about a week to gather the nylon as I collected them from different individuals. I paid for some while some are free.”
After that, Lasisi said the nylons were thoroughly cleaned and sterilised and this took four days to do. Next was the conversion of the nylons to fabric.
The Nigerian lady, “It took about 3 weeks to convert into a fabric material then sewing.”
She added that the dress comprises ten percent thread and ninety percent nylons.
Checkout the beautiful photos below:
Social media users expressed their thoughts as the innovation was mind blowing. Some reactions are shown below:
Tochy Anastasia said, “Beautiful . what great creativity. “Keep up the good work and keep doing your best , so are proud of you Ma.”
Ajibike Kazeem Seunlafunmi said, “U are really doing a great job to help make our environment clean by converting our waste to useful products…kudos ma.”
Julateh Mulbah said, “Just a quick question can you wash this dress? How warm is it especially for people living in cold regions of the world this is something good o congratulations sis you are too smart.”
Makanjuola Adeola said, “It’s beautiful and at the same time it’s helping to reduce waste. I say kudos.”