Whether or not we admit it, we are impacted by images from our social media channels. In this post below are embedded from various social media platforms. they now all have embed feature so that credit is automatically given to the owners. However I still like to inform and ask their permission Torro Torro, the image sparked my interest as a possible ‘inspiration” for #sewopen. So here is The “dress” that can be worn as a skirt and Check the post on below and you will understand why the first image caught my eye. I also have a formal version but never did in in chiffon. My obsession with social media as inspiration. The above image reminded me of this style from my signature line when it came across my Facebook feed. Here rendered in the dye for Deigner William fleet of TBA Clothing.
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The color as inspiration
These are into sessions into the realm of “personal wardrobes & style”
In the second Natural styles 2 we looked at Body shape
and in social Sourcing we delve into how social media affects our taste and choice.
And not to be outdone Google plus embed here a sketch inspired by social styles…. if the image is seen below this it works, if not I’ll continue on the testing