Fashion Friday!

Sneakers are the ultimate go-anywhere wardrobe staple. They’ll take you everywhere from an aerobics class to the grocery store to the airport. But fashionistas are proving that they’re also a cool piece to wear with dresses. Everything from cute summer sundresses to falls sweater styles and beyond. There are endless sneaker styles in the stores which make it easy for you to find the style that works best for you. What are the pieces you should skip if you’re pairing your dress with sneakers?

First, avoid anything too tight. Instead of body con styles, reach for looser fits. Second, skip super short hemlines. It’s best to stick with anything that’s knee length or below or even styles that hit the ankle are what is being seen on the fashion scene. Full swing dresses are a great way to go as well. Of course you should style your dress and sneakers to fit your personality.  Whether you are a more sporty person or a classy “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” kind of girl, you can pull this look off.  As I always say, have fun with it!

 

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Fashion Fridays!

Fashion doesn’t always have to be dressy.  There are days when we want a more sporty or comfortable look.  Today I’m featuring Fashions by my daughters, Shena and Shira Pridgett on Redbubble.com.  Their site to follow on Redbubble is “Doouble Vision”, which features their art on t-shirts, dresses, iphone pads, phone cases, cups, bags, notebooks and more.  Shena and Shira are my 20 year old twin daughters. They love art as  much as I love fashion so why not put the two together?

Below are some pictures of us wearing some of the items you can order from their site.  They also take special orders.

“We Can Do It” art by Shira Pridgett

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We Can Do It – with Bat Man on the collar

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“Pac-Man” Art by Shena Pridgett

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“Untied We Stand” art by Shena Pridgett

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Please take a look at

Doouble Vision