Fashion And You Dress

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Fashion And You Dress

fashion and you dress

    and you

  • is known hereon in as the “User” or “You” (Individual, Corporation, Association, Agency, Company)”


  • Make into a particular or the required form
  • Use materials to make into
  • make out of components (often in an improvising manner); “She fashioned a tent out of a sheet and a few sticks”
  • manner: how something is done or how it happens; “her dignified manner”; “his rapid manner of talking”; “their nomadic mode of existence”; “in the characteristic New York style”; “a lonely way of life”; “in an abrasive fashion”
  • characteristic or habitual practice


  • full-dress: suitable for formal occasions; “formal wear”; “a full-dress uniform”; “dress shoes”
  • Put on one’s clothes
  • a one-piece garment for a woman; has skirt and bodice
  • Wear clothes in a particular way or of a particular type
  • Put clothes on (someone)
  • put on clothes; “we had to dress quickly”; “dress the patient”; “Can the child dress by herself?”

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This Clothing Double-Sided Tape Strips w/ Storage Tins (72 Strips) (KitFT36) by Hollywood Fashion Tape is easy-to-use, clear double-stick, do everything apparel and body tape! It is one of our most popular apparel accessories and is the best selling fashion tape on the market. These handy double-sided adhesive strips are perfect for the office, the prom, weddings, quick fixes and so much more: Close blouse gaps – Stop slipping bust lines – Tack up drooping hems – Anchor peeking bra straps – Secure shoulder pads – Add body jewelry – Tack shoulder pads – Anchor a wrap skirt – Stop gapping blouse fronts – Keep scarves in place – Keep belt ends flat – Anchor revealing Necklines – AND MORE Hollywood Fashion Tapes specially formulated adhesive is gentle on skin, hypoallergenic and leaves no residue on your garments. The clear tape does not cover up the natural color of your skin and is more discreet and fabric-friendly than safety pins. How does it work? Each strip (3 x 1/2 inches actual size) of tape contains a removable backing on each side. You simply peel the backing from one side of the tape, press the tape firmly to your skin or fabric, remove the other backing, and apply the item to be secured. It is as easy as peel, stick and go! With the new take-along tin, it is easy to keep a pack in your purse, briefcase, gym bag, suitcase, glove compartment or absolutely anywhere. Size: 3L x .5 Inches; 72 Strips Color: Clear

First girlfriend.

First girlfriend.
I came across this shot today – I don’t think I’ve ever lost my distaste for ‘dressing up’ and I can remember how uncomfortable I felt in this suit.

Laurie, who I saw as recently as two weeks back looks as lovely as ever. She now has a son who is slightly older than I was when this picture was taken which is somewhat amazing. Even more amazing is that we still are in touch after all these years.

If you had asked me when the picture was taken if I could have even imagined the path our lives have taken us, I couldn’t have even begun to guess and I have to admit to being fascinated by the route we have both followed.

Spot on

Spot on
September 18, 2009

Hat – Target
Dress – Modcloth (Carriage Tour)
Necklace – Thrifted
Tights – Target
Boots – Kick (Mia – Seductive Wrap)

Meeting at a downtown bistro.

I decided to funk it up for my meeting downtown. After enjoying a smoothie at the Root Note, I made a quick stop at the Farmers’ Market and then decided to shop the downtown boutiques.

fashion and you dress

fashion and you dress

200 Projects to Get You Into Fashion Design (Aspire)
Newest in Barron’s stimulating Aspire Series, this heavily illustrated volume presents a comprehensive course in clothing design, which includes detailed instruction for creating a fashion portfolio that will get students started on rewarding careers. The book’s 200 projects train aspiring fashion designers in–

Researching for fresh ideas
Figure drawing with pencils, inks, markers, paints, collage, and more
Using different fabrics for garment designs
Applying details, such as collars, pockets, trims, and fastenings
Making skirts, dresses, and shirts, and customizing garments
Styling, choosing, and photographing a fashion model
Designing a promotional package and presenting finished work to buyers

The book’s added features include a resources section listing instructive Web sites, museums showing fashion and textile displays, and lists of important fashion journals that students should include as part of their regular reading and research. More than 350 color photos and drawings.


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