My dad & his friends had these waaay back in the day. Before I even knew what fashion was. Grown men have things going on, how else do you keep it all together, men? This is for my homies, please comment, to rock, or not to rock, the manbag......
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you Love the Couture Art of Fashion but, aren't sure how it translates
for you, this is where you should be! If you LOVE don't like fashion
and art, don't miss this fix!
Did I mention the UUBER FAB swag bags?!
In times like these, one never knows what's going to happen next. I mean if you don't know by now, the world's a much smaller place and you'd better be able to hop "next door" if need be.
Day in and day out, i'm continuously shocked by the number of people without "traveling papers".
It's lucky for them going international is much easier these days thanks to designers global flair. For those of us who are hearing "What, Still No Passport", you can go to South Africa for a fraction of the cost! Check out the Fabulousness from Lia Sophia's Red Carpet Collection (www.liasophia.com/nicolecarter)
* As added bonus, there's always a sale going on*
Speaking of travel abroad, you should look at into London, This book by London Museum Director,Deyan Sudjic
is a perfect conduit to understanding Fashion as Art. Broaden your horizons and your mind with this insightful read!
Come on! The very first post is still relevant you gotta K.I.M. and no passport makes moving limited, so just call and get one today, if not fashion may just leave you behind!
Hope you're looking flyy reading this...Per a comment by a reader your site has great advice here but the question is: "How to be flyy while economically challenged"?
SIMPLE! Just get creative, of which some of us aren't so, I did the work for you:
1. Get a bottle, or two, or three, of 3-buck-chuck (Trader Joe's) It's Spring, right? Spring clean your closet,and send an evite to all your peeps for an evening/afternoon of FREE Shopping. The only thing to bring is they're too small, too big, unwanted, clothes, shoes, accessories and display, and trade them, if there's no takers, sell them to a consignment shop in your area. What's not to like about this?
The Advantage is overwhelming; you mingle with your friends, get clutter out of you home, have a glass of wine, and possible leave with some new swag....ALL FOR THE LOW, LOW PRICE OF $FREE.99!!! If you know me personally, don't be mad at the evite coming your way:)
2. If you're working with a very limited but yet, a budget then may I suggest thrift store shopping. It's not just for undergrad anymore. In fact, it keeps you from looking like everyone else, and if you take the time and effort to go to the more affluent areas, you may just find some great name brand pieces for UNDER $20. or even, GASP, a couture piece at a crazy price!
3. And for my label-whore honies and homies who must rock a label at all times (I'm not hating), you must tune into Medusa's Antidote monthly for a list of the sample sales in your area for the ultimate chance to come up on all your fave designers at the knock-off price. If your interest isn't addressed here, feel free to email me directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Until next time, stay flyy
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