I love the tie hat! And the NAHS video is superb! Great imagination!
Tiecessarize (Part three)
Fasten multiple ties together in a random pattern to create an artistic scarf. IC & SM
Tiecessarize (Part two)
Wrap a tie or two or THREE! around your ankles to create leg warmers. IC & SM
Tiecessarize (Part one)
Try weaving different ties to make a summer hat. IC & SM
I’ve always experimented with different ways to wear dress shirts. Tucking the back in and leaving the front hang out; opposing the popular tucked-in in front and hanging out in the back. This picture taken from thestyleblogger.com is so simple, but yet so fashionable. Try: tucking the right side of your shirt in and leaving only the front left side out. To add even more interest to the...
the floor length dress, diamonds, and oversized sunglasses overpower the small frame of audrey hepburn. and she pulls it off, to create the picture perfect image. elegant, stylish, and gorgeous! and unexpected. there is only a faint possibility that someone can try and recreate her fashion statement in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. “You can always tell what kind of a person a man...
Goo Goo for GaGa
Lady GaGa inspired dress. Be an avantgardist! IC
Fashion Show Fundraiser Promotion Video SM
Whole lotta: Face Accessories
MAN.WOMAN.UNISEX.TRANNY. JF & IC
Large Scale Color Blocking
Architecture. Multiple. Color. VIBRANT. Layer colors to create depth in an outfit. The focal point of an outfit can be altered by changing the position where mutliple colors intersect. Try: Tucking in half of your shirt and letting the other half cascade down the other side. Or, to spice up a traditional look arrange three bold colors together. JF & IC