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1 of 12 days of We Love Colors tights and gloves









We Love Colors has the best colors and quality of tights.
All of my solid opaque colored tights come from We Love Colors

They have a wide selection of other items including their elbow length and wrist length gloves!

During this week and the following week, I will show a variety of styled outfits 
Which showcase the gloves and tights in my favorite color combinations.

For some, colors are hard to choose online, or pairing together in general, so let me do the work for you!!

Each post will include the color name on the We Love Colors  website...

At the end of 2 weeks
I will be doing a giveaway
With 2 chances to win!!!!!
The giveaway is a collaboration between We Love Colors and Fashion Forestry, 
Which means decorated elbow length gloves!!!


Coat: 1960s from Bohemian Bisoux
purse: 1950s cat purse
Hair bow: Jersey fabric scrap
Shoes 1960s dalmatians

We love colors items:
Peach TightsScarlet Red Tights

     Gloves/Peach              Tights/Scarlet red


Posted by Fashion Junior at Large

I can safely say that I had never encountered before the Fash Ed pointed me in the direction of this relatively new website, which claims to be revolutionising the fashion design industry. That's a pretty big claim, so I thought I would have a nosey around to see what was going on.

The homepage, which explains the Garmz process.

At first glance, it does seem like a pretty nifty idea, and one that will appeal to an army of shoppers sick to the back teeth of the same fashion items, in the same chain stores, across the globe. 

Garmz offers anyone (no qualifications, work experience, internships etc necessary) with a smidge of design talent to submit their designs to the public website. Then registered users can chew over these designs, vote for the best, and voila! Garmz produces the most popular garments and sells them via the online store: giving the designer unprecedented profit and exposure in a massively competitive industry. Shoppers get to buy something slightly more unique and special, and can sleep soundly in the knowledge that they are helping a fledgling designer on their way to global domination.

I continued my research with a look over the products that have already made it through the judging process and into the online shop. There is a very limited range, with only three items for sale, a few for pre-order, and a few that have just been selected as winning designs. All are elegant and interesting, with clean lines and nice details (a turned up cuff there, a faux-fur collar there) but none are completely groundbreaking. Put it this way, Gaga won't be shopping at Garmz.

 This badly named yet pretty jacket is the most expensive item on the site. It's faux fur, and inspired by a hunting jacket (which is clearer in the original design, below)

 The price range ranges between 49 and 279 Euros, which immediately turns me off, because there is an awful lot of polyester listed in the product fabrication. However, there are happy customer reviews under each garment, so there is obviously a loyal Garmz following already (nearly 3000 'Likes' on Facebook, that universal resource for true customer feedback.)

The press have been raving about the site, especially in Europe and the US - even Perez Hilton got involved. I'm sure it's about to get a whole lot bigger here too, but I am genuinely concerned about who is actually going to be profiting from this 'fashion revolution'. As highlighted by Miggy of Miggy Loves The Internet, read the small print and it states that designers will receive 5-10% of the profits if their design is successfully sold. In monetary terms, that means if a garment sells 100 times at £100 a pop, the designer will get £500, whereas Garmz pockets £9500. Something about that doesn't sit quite right, in my humble opinion. Maybe Garmz isn't sticking it to the 'big fat fashion industry', as it claims, and instead, is just another great business idea designed to capitalise on fresh, inexpensive talent.

What do you think? Has anyone shopped at If so, what was the experience like, and how do you feel about the company's mission? 

All images: Garmz

Do you like January? :)

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I know, i know, it is cold, snow is over your feet, you are freezing , avoid going anywhere....but there is one thing that we all love, that big SALE sign on our favorite stores! :) I bought all this in January, some of the things i already wore, but i didnt have chance to take a photo and make outfit post, because i had exams! Hope that you will like it, and  be patient to see new combos! :*
Ne znam za vas, ali ja januar obožavam! :) Da li da kažem i zbog čega?! ;) Dosta toga sam kupila u poslednjih mesec dana, nešto sam već nosila, nešto i nisam,  uglavnom vremena za slikanje  nije bilo! :( Uskoro prolazi ispitni rok, tako da.... :)
Prva košulja sa slike je iz Zare, oko koje sam igrala jedno tri meseca, cena joj je bila  3 300 din. ( čak sam htela da je uzmem i po toj punoj ceni, ali su je u jednom momentu povukli i nije je bilo ni u jednoj radnji)  ali  sam je početkom januara pronašla i kupila za 2 500 din.! :) Druga košulja je iz Kotona, koju ste mogli da vidite OVDE, obožavam karirane , i na ovu sam slučajno naletela na ogromnom sniženju, i umesto 2 890din. uzela za 890! :)Torbu ste takođe mogli da vidite OVDE,  ona je sa 8 000din. snižena na četiri,  u Benettonu, i tako je došla pravo u moje ruke!:) Suknja iz Zare - sa 2500 snižena na 1490!:) Oko prsluka i kaputa takođe iz  Zare sam se vrtela od kada su stigli , probala ih milion puta, i kada sam ih pronašla na ovom najvećem sniženju, znala sam kako će se sve završiti! :) Prsluk je bio  7990 , sada je 2000din.,  kaput je takođe bio 7990 a sada je 2990! :)
Jel vi to još uvek čitate moj post?!Trk po vašu sniženu stvar! ;) I naravno, javite šta ste pronašle! :*

Poppycock! Vintage Hats!!!

Oh my goodness!!!!!!!  Hat fans (addicts) BEWARE!!
Poppycock! vintage is  probably the best hat shop on Etsy!!! 
Ahh each time I search on Etsy her items always up!
Enough love talk!
On with the pictures:  
Here are 3 hats I received from her shop:
(p.s. these are sneek peeks of the welovecolors 2 week marathon of outfits...)










Last but not least my favorite items 
Available now!!!

The 1940s Flock Together TurbanThe 1950s Wild Dogwood Widows Peak Hat

The 1960s Snow Bunny Fur CapThe 1950s Blushing Rose Pillbox

The 1950s Winters Frost Eggshell HatThe 1950s Flower Child Cartwheel Hat

The 1960s Marche Raffia Helmet HatThe 1930s Jaunty Beret


Posted by Fashion Editor at Large

A wave of bright colours are to make their way into our wardrobes for spring/summer 2011. While Summer 2010 fashion was characterised by pale camel and blush tones, this year expect every concentration of pink (my all time favourite colour) from candyfloss to cerise, multiple shades of blue thanks mainly to Armani's La Femme Bleu collection, and saving the best for last - green. Not any shade of green; one very specific hue: emerald.

This colour has lightened my mood all week. Drinking it in feels like I'm getting my vitamin D or something. It started when I bought an emerald silk blouse from Urban Outfitters sale for £20 two weeks ago (sadly, no longer available). Then at the Golden Globes Angeline Jolie, Mila Kunis and Elizabeth Moss all chose to wear emerald tinted gowns. In my Golden Globes blog post I initially referred to the shade as forest green, and was corrected by someone commenting on the blog, she suggested emerald and she was right. The colour is that of the precious jewel and it has become my colour of the moment. Am looking forward to buying and wearing more emerald coloured items - especially from Celine and Lanvin. Also for leaves to bud and days to become lighter and brighter. Until then I will simply enjoy the colour.
Lanvin's emerald silk dress for SS11, available from Matches

I particularly like this by G. Stolyarov II, a science fiction novelist, independent philosophical essayist, poet, amateur mathematician, composer and Editor-in-Chief of The Rational Argumentator. He says on his website "This work of Abstract Orderism depicts an arrangement of layered regular polygons (polygons with all sides of equal length). From the center outward are depicted a triangle, square, pentagon, hexagon, heptagon, octagon, nonagon, decagon, hendecagon, dodecagon, tridecagon, tetradecagon, pentadecagon, hexadecagon, heptadecagon, octadecagon, nonadecagon, and icosagon (polygon with 20 sides). As the polygons become larger, increasingly darker green colors are used, thus giving the painting a three-dimensional appearance -- as if one were viewing an emerald from one of its poles."
The new Celine advertising campaign by Juergen Teller with Daria Werbory 

The Emerald City of Oz

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