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Fashion And Sewing Tips
How To Update Your Wardrobe
By Sewing Some Basics
With Fashion Trends
These fashion and sewing tips and tricks
will help you update your wardrobe quickly, easily, and with
just that special touch of style.
Nothing is really new! It is just recycled!
Everything old is new again!
Add just one thing when you sew your 6
basic, classic garments and you will be in style this
What is this big fashion trend? It's
Bows are back in the fashion world. They are
on everything, everywhere. There are flat bows and fluffy bows,
wide bows and narrow bows and everything in between bows.
At the fashion shows, bows and sashes
adorned every conceivable place on a garment - top, bottom,
front and back.
Just when we thought we would finally get
rid of our bow blouses, they are back in style.
Along with bows you will see pleats and
tucks, the 60's look, empire waists, A-line shifts and lots of
ruffles and florals.
Look for ladies short sleeve shirts with
small matching neckties. Remember those? And how about "safari"
looks as well?
Although not very many females can wear them
well, wide belts are back on the scene. Remember the ones with
the big medallion in the middle? They are back!
It looks like a more romantic, feminine look
is in for 2006. Ugh! That means a more defined waistline to
show off hour glass figures. Whatever happened to hour glass
figures? Better get going with a new diet and exercise plan
Silky and chiffon fabrics are trendy
especially in those ruffly and bow blouses.
They look smart with the more fitted
tailored jackets and coats including the classic trench
And for skirts, it is the pencil skirt.
Everyone needs a good straight skirt. Get that fit right once
and for all!
Black is still big, but in more textured
Bright red and cream are a popular color
combination as well as muted blues and grays like gray and dark
Dig out your platform shoes and cowboy
boots. Add some lace and ball fringe to a few things and you
have some of the latest trends for the new year.
As for pants, it looks like slightly flared
knee length cuffed shorts will be big. They are longer than
Bermudas, but shorter than Capris. Be careful if this is not
your best length or look.
Make your pants the length that is most
flattering for your figure.
Stitch up a pair of khaki pants and a red
top for yourself. And, don't forget the bows! How about a flat
bow at the neckline? That will do it!
Get your fit in the 6 basic pieces every
4. White Blouse/Shirt
5. Basic Black Dress
6. Basic Shell
Focus on these basic, classic, sewing
patterns until you are happy with the results. Sew them over
and over in different fabrics and colors that look good on
Accessorize to suit your style and you are
all set no matter what the fashion trends are.
It just makes sense!
2005 Marian Lewis - All Rights Reserved
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