1 Floral Patterned Handmade Shoes Are you looking for a pair of comfortable and fashionable shoes to wear this season? These floral patterned handmade shoes are the perfect choice, as they bring you comfort, without compromising style. Thanks to their cut, these beautiful flats are great for every day, as they can be easily matched with almost any outfit. They are light and are a good choice for hot summer days, however, due to their design, they can also provide you enough warmth for colder evenings. Their white sole is a complement to the dark blue textile used for the shoes.
Art is found everywhere in this world such as the web, radio, iPod, or in the architecture of the skyscraper similar to the New York Skyline. In In the world of art and culture, many of us help construct the ideas that lead to this story. Culture is a space where we can introduce ideas, attach emotions to make a changes in our world. Art is where we can change the narrative, because it’s where people can imagine what change looks and feels like. Art gives ideas of how people can change or add new ideas to their dances and performances which is based on their cultural background and how art greatly impacts culture.
Coco Chanel created sweaters of jersey and a women’s blazer that are still impactful. Chanel began her fashion career with jersey sweaters. Jersey was a fabric commonly used for men’s undergarments and only men wore sweaters; however with the onset of World War I, women needed more practical and comfortable clothes. Chanel delivered. The sweaters allowed women to move freely and the fabric was comfortable enough to wear all day and even work in.
Thus our internal selves are modified into society’s mold. The importance of role models in today’s society is pivotal. The youth will mimic those whose lives seem more extravagant. We assume that those with that lifestyle have an abundance of people who find them attractive. Society strives on being likeable.
The Now Soc/105 The Now Culture is something that individuals learn from birth, it affects the way people look at themselves, and their surroundings. Each individual’s culture influences their culture preference in food, clothing, hair styles, social skills, music, parenting ways, and the way the individual reacts to their environment. Popular culture is everywhere a person can look from television, radio, magazines, newspapers, family, friends, and in work settings all of these things can influences a person’s life in some way or another. It influences the way people behave in public and the way people take to the constant changing in their surroundings. With the constant change in culture because of what society finds acceptable at that time react from our given surrounds in a specific time period.
FASHION TERMINOLOGY LEARNING TO SKETCH BASIC FASHION TERMINOLOGY Style: a particular design, shape, or type of apparel item • defined by the distinct features that create its overall appearance • Example: a-line skirts, Bermuda shorts, or Western shirts Fashion: the prevailing type of clothing that is favored by a large segment of the public at any given time • Fad: temporary, passing fashion. Around only for a short period of time Classic: item of clothing that continues to be popular even though fashions change •Example: the little black dress Apparel: refers to any men’s, women’s, or children’s clothing Garment: a particular article of apparel •Example: a dress, suit, coat, or sweater BASIC SKETCHING TERMINOLOGY Silhouette: the shape of a clothing style. Formed by the width and length of the neckline, sleeves, ,waistline and pants or skirt Croquis: a rough, preliminary drawing or sketch Fit: refers to how tight or loose a garment is on the person wearing it Bodice: the area above the waist in a garment Haute couture: literally means “finest dressmaking” in French. Refers to the high fashion industry or “fashion houses” with a designer who creates original, individually designed fashions Ready-to-wear garments: garments that are mass produced in factories CAD: Computer Aided Drafting BODY SHAPES Tall & Thin: •Almost all fabrics can be worn well by people with this build •Should avoid wearing tight, straight dresses, skirts or pants Tall & Heavy: •Tend to look their best in garments with simple lines and little decoration •Should avoid loud prints, checks, plaids and stripes Short & Thin: •Look best in soft, fluid, lightweight fabrics •Should avoid bulky textures, large prints and plaids, large pockets, collars and cuffs Short & Heavy: •Best in garments providing the illusion of height. Vertical lines •Should avoid two-piece or two-colored garments
I was an individual. I was free to express myself in this simplest of ways. Equally important, I was able to let my personality and creativity shine through with my choice of clothes and I was proud of it. Forcing some already rebelious students to wear a uniform could make them more rebelious. They would start to change or alter their uniforms in little ways like, pulling them down, shortening the skirts, and adding accessories, such as patches, and pins.
Continuing, a perk of being mini is you can always fit the clothes and shoes in the kid's section. Who needs to shop in the other sections when you have such fashionable clothes that are affordable? Knowing your height, you can squeeze through narrow places and fit in miniature places. Therefore, hide and seek or limbo should be very easy for you and your fellow short friends. Frequently, I always enjoyed telling other people about these perks to surprise them, and being able to do this encourages contrasting people to be even more blessed about everything I have been given.