Hey, people need to keep themselves entertained, right? And, with stores closed, none of us are exactly spicing up our wardrobes at the moment, so you gotta make do with what you have at home.

So people are doing what comes naturally…they’re recreating high fashion items out of things they can find in their houses. And they’re calling it “Home Couture.”

And, I have to say, the results are pretty hilarious.

Here are some great examples of this phenomenon that could only happen during these weird times…

1. A pretty close reproduction.

Like I said, making do with what you got.

2. This is by far my favorite one.

I guess this constitutes “high fashion” these days.

3. That is quite an outfit.

But, he managed to pull it off beautifully.

4. She did a great job!

The CDs are a very nice touch.

5. This is just frightening.

Would YOU wear this out in public?

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6. Yowza…this is…interesting.

Trash bag fashion at its finest.

7. That painting is actually really good!

Don’t you agree?!?!

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#MadeUp Monday. Yesterday’s canvas is today’s #HomeCouture #Alonetogether ?? #Lovin #TheGreatIndoor initiative by @britishvogue @skipdin encouraging us to recreate catwalk looks with household belongings whilst #stayinghome Here I have replicated @moschino SS20 couture by @itsjeremyscott I loved every piece of his Picasso inspired collection. Swipe right to see more from #moschino #SS20 & other fabulous creatives homemade looks ?? Now that all my planned fashion shoots have been postponed this has been such a fun & welcome project, reigniting my passion to paint ? special thanks to my daughter @tatiana1305 for her assistant styling & photographic skills ??. As you can see Marigolds are my fashion staple right now! ? .. .. #lifeofastylist #painting? #colourtherapy #simplepleasures #fashioninspiration #canvascouture #immersiveart #runwaylooks #headspace #diyfashion #colourpop #picasso #masterpiece #sustainablefashion #makeshift #moschino #vogue #fashioninspo #marigolds #creativecouture #arttherapy #headspace #createfashion #thegreatindoors

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8. On the catwalk.

An accurate depiction.

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9. The umbrella being held up is a nice touch.

Wouldn’t want to get rained on, now would you?

10. Looks very…comfortable.

Are you going out or going to sleep?

11. All bundled up and nowhere to go.

A very interesting fashion choice…

12. You gotta love a trash can lid for a hat.

Kids today…I’ll tell ya…

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“I don’t speak Italian, but I do speak Moschino”. Essa é a minha contribuição para o #HomeCouture, iniciativa do londrino George Serventi (@skipdin) para essa quarentena. . A proposta é recriar momentos toscos das passarelas: “É para nos unir online, já que não podemos nos encontrar pessoalmente. É uma oportunidade de sermos criativos e celebrarmos nossos momentos fashion favoritos com humor”, ele disse em entrevista a Vogue. . A ideia surgiu depois do anúncio do cancelamento da Semana de Alta Costura de Paris, que seria em junho desse ano. . Apesar do desafio ser, oficialmente, voltado pra Alta-Costura, têm muitos momentos do “ready-to-wear” que são ótimos pra entrar na brincadeira. O look que escolhi é da @moschino, da coleção de outono-inverno 2017. . O @jeremyscott traz sempre um tom provocador e divertido para as coleções da #Moschino; por isso achei super na vibe da #HomeCouture. É a moda que temos por enquanto, quarenteners ?

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13. This guy is GOOD.

Scroll through these pics and you’ll see what I mean.

I told you those were hilarious!

Have you tried your hand at this fun game?

If so, share some pics with us in the comments.

If not, tell us the other things you’ve up to that helps pass the time. We want to hear about all of it!