Woman on TikTok makes dress from birth control fact sheet

A woman on TikTok has gone viral after making and modeling a dress constructed from a single birth control fact sheet.

TikTok user Sienna Quast – who uses the @siennaquast handle on the platform – showed off her creation in a brief video. The dress features a chic halter top and flared bottom; it appears to be held together with tape.

instead of showing it Project track look worthy (really, it’s the epitome of an unconventional materials challenge winner) on an actual track, Quast delivered some Model– Dignified poses. She composed the soundtrack for Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” video.

Check out her look below:

Quast’s TikTok has gone absolutely viral on the app. At the time of publication, it has been viewed over 2.9 million times. Over 570,000 people liked the clip and it received thousands of comments.

Although she didn’t originally caption the video, Quast did share some info in the comments section. The designer said she was “emotionally drained” from discussions of abortion politics.

“[It’s] a very real and important question, but [I’m] do not [A]merican,” she added. “And be exposed to the news everywhere [I] turning doesn’t help anyone.”

Although Quast apparently steered clear of political commentary, others had a lot to say about the fashionable look.

“Now that would make a statement in a bar,” one viewer wrote. Quast vocally agreed. “Wait, I love that idea,” she replied in all caps.

“Do not give [Balenciaga] ideas,” someone joked.

“I love it,” exclaimed another. “This is camp.”

“Another day, another PERIODDDD massacre,” someone commented.

“Make dab earrings to really add *pizzaz*,” another recommended.

Some people also scoffed at the absurdity of the fact sheet being so extensive.

“‘How do people still get pregnant with birth control?’ *instructions telling you not to eat kiwifruit on rainy days*,” another joked.

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