Move over Duvet Dress challenge, people are now making outfits out of shopping bags and they look ready for a night out

WITH the UK still in lockdown people have been taking part in wacky challenges to keep themselves distracted – with homemade fashion one of the most popular trends. 

First there was the Pillow challenge, then the Duvet Dress challenge, and now people have started the Shopping Bag challenge.

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How do you like my new dress? Spring-summer2020 ? Maybe this will be a new challenge? #paperbag#dress#newcollection#trend#challenge#paperbagchallenge#brownbag ??

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Much like its predecessors, it involves wearing a bag as a dress while trying to cover your modesty. 

Fans of the new challenge have been raiding their cupboard for both plastic and brown bags, with a few bags for life in the mix. 

Unlike the previous trends though, this one doesn’t require a belt, but you can accessorise it with one if you want. 

The paper bags work quite well as fitted mini-dresses, while some women fashioned maxi-dresses by using a few bags at once. 

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One woman created an outfit out of a Primark bag – using the handles as straps – while another proudly rocked a plastic bag with a ten per cent sale sign on the front. 

Sharing snaps of their outfits on Instagram, fashion fans dressed up their bags with a pair of trusty pair of heels and shades, not to mention a glass of wine as well

The hashtags #paperdresschallenge and #shoppingdresschallenge started popping up on social media, as bored people scoured their homes for anything they could turn into clothing. 

Пятерочка выручает ??#bagchallenge #ахочешьдокажучтоятомат ??

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Sharing their creation on Instagram, one woman said: “How do you like my new dress?

“Spring-summer2020.”

Another wrote online: “I’m not bored, you are.”

While a third posted: “Quarantine outfit.”

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Paper Dress Challenge!

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Paper Dress Challenge!

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#shoppingbagchallenge ?? le confinement nous rend créative ???? #shopping #mode #mannequin #style #fashion#bag #primark #stayathome #stayathomechallenge

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#shoppingbagchallengeCe qui est bien avec ces challenges, c'est que je me sens presque comme un mannequin ? #confinement #coronavirus #covi̇d19 #challenge #shoppingbag #lol #mannequin

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@oraindasbridal #paperbagdressGet creative make a Brown bag wedding dress and be entered in the general drawing and then a second drawing for a Black Pearl bracelet and matching earrings. www.oraindasbridal.com#oraindasbridal #anchoragealaska #bride2be #5yearanniversary #giveawayfun #brownpaperbagweddingdresschallenge DRAWING ON MONDAY

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? Quarantine outfit . ? . . . .new challenge by @instanoface . . #stayathome #stayhomechallenge #quarantineandchill #quarantinelife #quarantaine #quarantinemood #newchallenge #challenge #confinement #pillowchallenge #quarantinepillowchallenge #stayhomechallenge #stayhome #pillowhautecouture #quarentaine #classy #thetrendykidz #theoutfitscrapbook #getintothisstyle #pillowdress #pillowchallenge ##creativity #quotes #instagood #instafashion #fashionista#pillowtalk #summercollection #ss2020 #collection2020 #fashionweek #shoppingbagchallenge

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And here's a round-up of the trend which started it all – the pillow dress challenge.

Plus this is what happened when people started using their duvets instead.

Meanwhile this bored woman gave herself a stripey makeover using sellotape and fake tan.

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