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1  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re: Printed Skinny Jeans - ideas? on: December 09, 2009 12:14:16 PM
I was reading Nylon's October issue and they had an artical on printed jeans. I'm getting ready to take a pair of skinny jeans I've had for a while and redo them. I'm bleaching them right now and I'm trying to come up with a brilliant idea for a print to put on them after.
Zebra print? A Chick with a mohawk? Lace?
Has anyone tried making their own yet?

Hi I have done a similar thing in the past, I had this really good idea for a print using peoples faces like nelson mandela,chaygavvara etc but I guess you could think of some well known women or use a theme like most successful women and try and blend them into each other. I hope that makes sense basically you have a few prints and try to combine them but so its like an optical illusion.
hope this helps I feel like such an  novice compared to you guys on here, but I feel inspired by the whole thing.
2  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / Re: If its possible, women's fashion overalls? on: December 09, 2009 12:04:45 PM
Have a look at some vintage catsuits and coveralls from the 70s. Those were some slick ladies! /jealous of the 70s

Hey thanks
I never considered the vintage look, Ive been looking online, your not wrong there was some crazy styling, wow it would be so much more intresting if people still dressed like that. Dungarees are awesome on the right woman, lol

Progress my friends.
3  CLOTHING / Clothing: Discussion and Questions / If its possible, women's fashion overalls? on: December 07, 2009 09:31:06 AM
Hi Everybody

I am new here, like what I see so far so thanks for having me.
Right my question I have looked all over the Internet for women's workwear which is readily available although the styles are quite honestly pants, So I have set myself a task of making some normal drab women's overalls into something fashionable.

The trouble is where to start really, I mean pink is not an option I really want something unique that you could where everyday and wouldn't make you look like a fool, they have to remain functional and do the job so nothing crazy.

This is part of my university course that I have stupidly chosen to do myself and its a little late to go back on now. being a male really is not helping me with this task, think I have bitten of more than I can chew, but realistically I am confident that I can pull this off with a little help from my friends. wink wink

Here is the overalls I bought http://mammothworkwear.com/overalls/zip-front/dickies-womens-overalls--bulk-buy-p558.htm
Please guys I need some support so any help is welcome

Thank you
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