Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Cardi Party!

One of the latest trends in fashion for fall is the boyfriend look. This look has jumped off the runway and red carpet and into our lives. Some of you have experienced this look before, but I thought you might like to see how this look has evolved. I'm including a few links that will help you put the look together.
The knitted cardigan plays a big roll this year in fashion. If you're raiding a boyfriend, brother or husbands' closet, make sure you follow some of the guidelines, like wearing leggings and heels, as well as making sure to choose flattering colors. This can be done easily with accessories like belts, scarves, neck ties, leggings, shorts and the right pair of heels or boots.
Your first stop should be The Budget Babe where she explains the different ways to wear the boyfriend cardi.
Click on over to FashionMag, Fall 2009-2010 and soak up some great pics and one stylish knitted cardigan.
Sparkle Shelf shows a variety of great looks - choose the one best for you.
Visit my favorite site for fashion Pantone for the scoop on color, shape and style.
Watching the trends can help you get a jumpstart on your knitting, crochet, or sewing. It helps keep your projects fresh and stylish and can be a great inspiration when you are making those holiday presents...AND it's great fun to update your wardrobe with simple knitted items, belts, or shoes. Upcycle what you have, grab the look for less and you'll be in style for the season without breaking your budget.
Party Cardi!

Marg(so glad I learned how to tie a man's tie)

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