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Women’s Winter Fashion Trends- How to Give Your Winter Fashion Wardrobe a Casual Edge

How to Get that Casual Winter Fashion Edge

How to Get that Casual Winter Fashion Edge

When it comes to this winter’s fashion trends, there are so many different looks and styles to be considered. However, the winter casual look offers something that the other styles do not. It’s simple and can be achieved through basic changes and additions to your current closet.  This year winter fashion is about retro pieces and bold prints, which makes it easy for everyone to find a style that they can make unique. Continue reading


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Four Fashion Tips to Keep You Warm and Fashionable this Winter

2011 Winter Fashion Tips

2011 Winter Fashion Tips

Winter fashion presents a unique challenge.  Namely, how do you present your personal style in a way that is flattering, yet comfortable in the harsh winter weather?  The answer could be simpler than you think.  In this post we’re going to reveal several ways that you can be fashionable and cozy at the same time. Continue reading


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Baby Safety Month – Four Ways to Keep Your Baby Warm During the Fall and Winter

Keeping Your Baby Warm This Fall and Winter

Keeping Your Baby Warm This Fall and Winter

As we near the end of summer it’s a great time to start preparing for the cooler weather.  This is especially true if you’re the parent of an infant.  As you may already know, babies do not have the ability to regulate their body temperatures in the same way that adults do.  So when the weather cools keeping your baby warm is a great way to keep your baby healthy.  Here are four ways that you can do that. Continue reading

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Fall and Winter Fashion 2011 – APLF Color & Material Trends Fall and Winter 2010 – 2011

Autumn Colors 2011

APLF Fall and Winter Fashion 2011

Today’s color trend forecast, the APLF Fall-Winter 2010-2011 Color Trends forecast, comes from the Asia Pacific Leather Fair (APLF).  In our last color trend series post we reviewed a spring and summer color trend forecast.  However, today we’re looking at an autumn and winter forecast.  This actually represents our third color trends review of the upcoming autumn and winter seasons. Continue reading

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Let It Snow – T-Shirt Embellishment

Snowflake Embellished T-Shirt

Cute Winter Tee for Any Age

This t-shirt craft is a little more time-consuming, so it would make the perfect sleepover or slumber party activity.These one of a kind tees are just as much fun to make as they are to wear! Continue reading

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Color Trend Series: CIFF Autumn and Winter Color Forecast

Color Palette
Image by Noël Zia Lee via Flickr

Today we conclude our the Rock Bottom T-Shirts color series with a look at the CIFF (Copenhagen International Fashion Fair) 2009/2010 Autumn/Winter Fashion & Color Trends report. Continue reading


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Snowman Footprint T-Shirt Craft

This cute craft is great to do with kids of all ages. It works with all ages and sizes because the smaller the shirt, the smaller the footprint! Easy to make and very inexpensive, these snowman footprint t-shirts are an excellent addition to any winter wardrobe! It would make a great gift from the grandchildren too! Just add their names under their footprint, and you’ve got a great personalized t-shirt for Grandma of Grandpa

• Dark Colored Rock Bottom T-Shirts Long Sleeve T-Shirt or Sweatshirt
• White Fabric Paint and Paint Pens
• Plaid Fabric
• Paint Brush
• Buttons
• Needle and Thread


1. Place a piece of cardboard in the shirt and lay flat.

2. Paint the child’s foot with the white paint and stamp it onto the fabric pressing all the toes and their foot evenly. Add “snow flakes” around the footprint by stamping their painted fingers or toes around the shirt. You can always touch up the paint yourself or go over it with a paint brush if you like.

3. Allow the fabric paint to dry. Once dry, add the snowman’s features with the paint pens, and sew on his buttons and scarf.

It’s that simple!

Buy your T-shirts for this craft from to save time and money!

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