Category: Wardrobe Wednesday Hints
Us 'Fashionistas' and 'Sewists' take a lot of our fashion terminology for granted. I remember when I taught high school Home Economics in the 90's and even now at my Sunroom Sewing Studio...young gals do NOT automatically know these terms. They won't learn them unless we know them and share the knowledge. Then again, perhaps they will if they cruise Pinterest like I do! I've placed these for posting soonRead More
Exhausted from a traveling weekend (though a wonderful one with family), I'm sharing some very valuable information again from my wardrobe-expert friend, Nancy Nix Rice. Be sure to go check out her Blog at: http://nancynixrice.com/style-tips/ When I clicked on the Week 2 of this Style Tips series, I had to giggle, as my cousin had proudly explained and showed me how she organizes her clothing in her new Independent livingRead More
This UNIQUE video proves it, hands-down: Dark Colors Recede and Light Colors Advance Watch and be convinced. Then, apply this knowledge as you sew, create, and dress! Personally this applies: With size 11 feet, I NEVER wear light-colored shoes, just for this reason. I mean - WHY would I want to draw attention to my feet I ask. Black pants are the staple of my wardrobe. Makes the derriere lookRead More
Thanks (again) to Nancy Nix Rice for sharing this video at the beginning of 2017 for a dose of reality as many of us look again at our wardrobes. I find when the season hints of change, that I need to RE-LOOK at everything in terms of My Lifestyle and NEEDS. What I have worn - or NOT worn, and WHY My favorites - and WHY BUT, this video alsoRead More
For the Wednesday Wardrobe Hints, I'll often be directing you to the wisdom of Nancy Nix-Rice. She and I are definitely 'on the same page' when it comes to colors and wardrobing in general. LONG ago - early 1980's, I searched and searched for what I felt was REAL color analysis training. What I found was the 'Color Key System' and I used it for years in my color analysisRead More
SIMPLE. QUICK. EASY. GREAT RESULTS. When you take a garment off a hanger to wear, move the hanger to the basket on the floor. I've been doing this for several years now and especially since we moved and I 're-organized'. When the basket is full, I just grab the hangers and walk them to the laundry room. Try it - you'll like it.