Monthly Archives: June 2011

Three Common Threads Amongst Boutique Clothing Craft Business Owners

Common Threads Boutique Clothing

Common Threads Boutique Clothing Craft Series

Chances are that if you’ve been following our blog for a while you are familiar with our Boutique Clothing Craft Series.   However, just in case you’re not, here’s a quick summary.

Each month we have a question and answer session with different boutique clothing craft company owners.  The Boutique Clothing Crafts Series has quickly become one of the most popular segments of our blog.   You can find these posts under our blog’s “Boutique Clothing Craft Series” category. Continue reading

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How to Select the Best Color Combinations for Your Wardrobe

Selecting the Best Colors for Your Wardrobe

Selecting the Best Colors for Your Wardrobe

As a business professional it always helps to put your best foot forward.  This includes dressing for success as much as it includes doing great work.  Much of your overall presentation has to do with your wardrobe selections.  A great way to manage your wardrobe is to plan it around specific color combinations.   That’s what we’ll be discussing in the rest of this post. Continue reading

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A Mystery of the Ages: Which Exerts the Most Influence on the Other-Society, Art, or Fashion?

Art, Society and Fashion

Art, Society and Fashion

Have you ever noticed the subtle interplay that occurs between society, art and fashion?  Pondering this observation long enough almost begs the question, “Whose influencing who-art, fashion, or society?” Continue reading

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Three Ways to Enhance Your Fashion Flair with Color

Enhance Your Fashion Flair

Enhance Your Fashion Flair

To say that color impacts fashion would be a gross understatement.   Not only does color help to add flair to your attire but it goes a few steps further.  Colors can help enhance the undertones in our skin and they also help us to non-verbally communicate our feelings.  We’re at our best when we wear colors that complement each other, complement our skin tones, and complement our moods. Continue reading

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