Fashion is not Optional.It goes to the very core of your being it’s a point of view a statement of confidence.Whether you’re big or small,short or tall,dark or light,the point is that we all have to wake up everyday and clothe ourselves.What I don’t understand is why are people following trends that are already set and then not making them their own,and when they are making them their own,they’re still using concepts from other styles to create their own look.
We all have those days,where it seems like everything and nothing is happening.Your mind is fuzzy the small task feel like up hill climbs.We all go through lulls where things that ones mattered don’t seem as important and projects we so desperately want to complete seem to go no where “well I think best is when you’re getting overwhelmed it is the perfect time to link with a friend I mean a good friend or someone who motivates you.Instead of wallowing in your fuzziness.
“Glamour is something very different to beauty.It doesn’t depend on being young,it doesn’t depend on anything.It’s about creation and magic.
Fashion is not optional it goes to the very core of your being it is a point of view a statement of confidence a barometer of how we are feeling.You have to feel good about yourself if you look for the approval of others you fail as you’ll never really get it.”
What a amazing Sunday afternoon it was lots of fabulous,gorgeous elegant and beautiful gowns.
Melbourne Fashion Solutions is attending Zsaneta Hause Couture Fashion Show at the Maja Docklands in Melbourne and looking so forward to it that means lots of fabulous dresses photographers,videos Dress to impress !!!! I sure will love to share some photos please feel free to have a peak.
The improved fabric utilisation associated with computerised marker making has helped, this technology virtually take over from traditional manual methods over the last 25 to 30 years. With fabric accounting for around 50 per cent of the ex-factory cost of a garment (more than 70 per cent in low cost labour countries), the 5 per cent saving associated with automated systems is key.In reality these marker making tools and pattern making are ‘computer assisted’ rather than ‘computerised,’ with the skill of each piece of pattern placement still relying on the experience of the marker maker. The computer plays a passive role, controlling the nesting constraints such as tilting, rotation and buffering while the operator makes all the decisions. An experienced marker maker will remember combinations which have worked before, he can see what part might fit into which slot, and he knows what he can tilt slightly off gain to fit.
Every woman has had the experience of selecting from a rack of dresses marked in her size,only to find when trying them on that the fit varied from dress to dress.One of the reasons for this is that dresses are designed for a standard or model size and down to smaller sizes,the results depending upon the skill of the grader,unfortunately the human body does not always grow according to standard measurements.The proportion of the pattern will vary according to the experience,the accuracy,and the personal judgment of the grader,each piece of the pattern has to be calculated while retaining the original lines that gave the garment it’s style.Therefore proper sizing and grading is,very important to the ready-to-wear industry as it allows each manufacturer to produce a line of garments capable of fitting a maximum number of women,man,kids and so on.