The Best Hairstyles For Brunettes

Filed under: Beauty,Hair Care — Fashion July 28, 2007

The time comes when a hairstyle becomes boring and unattractive. When a brunette is seeking to change their hairstyle, they have a variety of options available to them. Factors a brunette should consider when choosing a new hairstyle include face shape, hair texture, and amount of the amount of maintenance a hairstyle might require.

For brunettes with a face of delicate proportions, a classic hairstyle that is never overused is the pixie cut. This is especially ideal for brunettes who want a hairstyle that is very low-maintenance. Read more…

Choose An Athletic Shoe That Fits Your Needs

Filed under: Fashion,Help — Fashion July 27, 2007

If you have tried to buy a pair of athletic shoes recently, more than likely you were overwhelmed by the choices that are available. Buying a well made, properly fitting pair of shoes is important for not only comfort but safety’s sake.

The first decision that you need to make is what type of shoe you need. If you focus solely on one sport, that decision is relatively easy, get a sport specific shoe. Read more…

Fashion Tips: How And When To Wear Linen

Filed under: Beauty,Fashion — Fashion July 26, 2007

Linen is a very popular, versatile fabric that never goes out of style. This natural fabric is known for its comfort. It allows the body to breathe, and so linen is especially popular in warm climates.

With the proper care, linen can be a timelessly stylish wardrobe staple. Read more…

Organic Tweed Makes Couture Debut

Filed under: Fashion — Fashion July 25, 2007

Edinburgh The state of our planet looms ever larger in our collective conscience and with that Scottish couture fashion just stepped in to make our clothing choices not only sustainable but also breathtaking.

Thistle & Broom today announced the introduction of its first collaborative effort with 21st Century Kilts founder Howie Nicholsby. Nicholsby’s efforts for Thistle & Broom will include an extraordinary hand sewn couture kilt (along with a companion jacket and waistcoat) using the world’s first certified organic tweeds as woven by Isle of Mull Weavers at Ardalanish Farms. Read more…

Fashion Tees from Dirty Shirty

Filed under: Fashion — Fashion July 24, 2007

Dirty Shirty started as gear for bands in Atlanta to wear so they would stand out from other bands. The tee’s got such a great response that the demand was better than for the bands merch at shows. The Dirty Shirty site was started and has since been the place for skaters, rockers and the Myspace generation to get their t-shirts from. Read more…

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