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Wardrobe 911: The Cards That Easily Show You How to Dress for Your Body Type (Wardrobe 911 Recipe Box, Rectangle Version)
Learn what specific key pieces to get for the rectangle body type and how to put them together with these fashion recipes.85% (19)
Use the basics cards to determine the must-haves that are needed for your body type. Each card includes a shopping list with specific style, fit and fabric recommendations.
Then review the Recipe Cards to see how to mix and match your basics. Each recipe card contains info on the items used, appropriate season and event, and stylist tips for how what to look for and how to wear.
Developed by nationally recognized personal stylist, Teresa Morisco, each kit contains a mini Wardrobe Guide and 38 wardrobe recipe cards that show you how to dress and develop your perfect wardrobe for your perfect look.
- 13 Wardrobe Recipe cards with 24 designed outfits, plus 4 recipes for avoiding disaster
- 5 Wardrobe Basics cards that show you what to have in your closet
- 10 Recipe Outfit cards that help you notate your favorite outfits
- 10 Shopping List cards to keep in your purse to guide you while shopping
- 16-page Wardrobe Guide that provides step-by-step instructions for dressing. The guide covers closet organization, the basics, your core colors, rules for shopping, and how to create outfits.
Cuban Fashion Show at El Patio #4, Havana, Cuba
This is the same model in the dark silhouette in Image #2 from the night shoot at El Patio. I thought I would take a chance with this image in the series and try to create a different mood. Its highly processed to look a bit like some of the early Cabinet Photos I've taken an interest in. Might be too much but I think there is a rather simple and elegant beauty to it. The soft focus here really was a limitation of the original photo but seems to work. Let me know whether the treatment is too heavy handed. As mentioned in the previous photos , floor shows, fashion shows and many other types of "espectaculos" have been a part of cuban culture since at least the 1930's. At places like the Tropicana, Sans Souci, the Zombie Club and the Hotel Nacional, cuban musicians, dancers and models put on world renowned performances. The tradition is still alive in Havana at big clubs, hotels and even small venues in the city and in the provinces as well. Walking through the Plaza de la Catedral one night, the restaurant El Patio was hosting a fashion show. I took a quick set of hand held images with my Nikon D7000 at ISO 5000. Many of the pictures were blurred but a few looked pretty good even at that speed. El Patio Resaurant Plaza de la Catedral Havana Vieja (Old Havana) Habana, Cuba Thanks in advance for any comments and feedback. Feel free to be critical. All Rights Reserved--Contact for usage.Beeline Fashions Invitation, 1965 - Advertising Postcard
REMARK: Nothing screams high fashion venue more than a drop-ceiling and wood paneled basement outfitted with colonial-inspired furniture. The braided rug catwalk allows audience members to view the latest Beeline Fashions in the comfort of over-stuffed sofas and rocking chairs. This invitation postcard was mailed by Mary Leonard of Des Moines, Iowa, to Shirley Henderson of Waukee, Iowa; whether Mary and Shirley were friends or enemies is left to speculation. Style Conscious Group Viewing BEELINE FASHIONS Advertised in Glamour, McCalls and Woman's Day Magazines Date: 1965 Source Type: Postcard Publisher, Printer, Photographer: probably Dexter Press (#95433-B) Postmark: September 23, 1965, Des Moines, Iowa Collection: Steven R. Shook TEXT ON REVERSE: I've arranged to have a Beeline Fashion Show. I think it is a terrific way for a few of us to get together. It will be a lot of fun seeing and perhaps even modeling the latest fashions. I know we'll have a grand time if I can count on you to be there. If you want to bring a friend along . . . fine! Date Sept. 30, Time 7:30 Place: 7391 Suth View Dr. Des Moines, Iowa Mary Leonard 285-4428
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