What are the colors For 2013

Now that the new year finally started, it just normal for people to dig on what would be best activities in order to reap all the luck that 2013 has to offer. Some would be subscribing horoscope readings, visit fortune tellers and listen to astronomically-based pieces of advice.

For those who are in the fashion industry, they rely mostly on the lucky colors as the bases of their creation. Some designers are religiously following it every year and strongly believe that these things could influence their sales.

For 2013, the lucky colors that these designers can use are those that coincide with the color of the Water element. These are shades of blue and black. It can in the form of accessories like bangles, bags, shoes and all other similar items. You might as well want to change your wallet into blue or black this year. White and metallic colors like gray can also be used.

Like Bally Shoes?

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Folks, i don’t own a bally shoes this is fortune for me but looks very elegant. As i read on news paper today i read about Bally shoes and it reminds me of my old days when i was doing some field work. Once before we developed a program on a bally shoes somewhere in Makati , and it reminds me of how expensive this fashion is.

Not just shoes but some other accessories, most of their client are well-know super star and celebrities. Obvious because ordinary individual can’t afford for this one. lol!

As you can see the photos attached here! Thanks to google for providing this photo.

Mix and Match Basics To Look Glamorous All-Year Round

Looking good is always affected by the outfit that you’re wearing. Don’t confuse it with wearing expensive clothes because it is totally a different story. You don’t have to take fashion short-courses in order to pull off that glamorous outfit.

Everything can be learned and all you have to do is to be observant. Make yourself aware of the colors that don’t look good when combined as well as those that do. Familiarize yourself with the color wheel and choose colors that belong on the same group. If you can master the mix and match basics then it’s a guarantee that you would be wearing an outfit that isn’t going to be eye straining.

You don’t have to buy the entire outfit in one store. Learn to hop from one store to another and compare prices. Sometimes sidewalk boutiques got the widest selections in town. These are also the type of stores wherein you can bargain for prices if you’re going to buy a lot.

Norwegian national dress!


Folks, lastweek me and hubby went to a mall to find some stuff for him. We passed by with many clothes botique. My cellphone is on the go to take pictures. This one catched my attention.lol!

They will wear this kind of dress here in some special occassion. Hmmm… what do you think? My husband told me. Are you spy? Pic here and Pic there? hehehe.. well, that’s for moolah purposes!

Jeans anyone?

Wanna join? Wanna be IN? This is the new fashion in town folks! This kind of jeans has been well-known in Brazil from the past years. How do I look like if I wear this in school or outdoor…lol! I cannot imagine myself walking with this sexy booty jeans on the street.


Tattoos is an art?

This involves the inserting of an ink into the layer of the skin. This was used before in animals mainly for identification purposes only.  Body art tattoos now days are used in human body, it is an art that make a particular statement you want to prove if you have a tattoo.  Before, tattoos are used traditionally as a decorative marks, and some used it for an indication of a level in your life or an age counter. Others use it for branding and others just for an art itself, while there are some use it for cosmetic purposes like a permanent makeup or hiding some impurities in the skin, some use it for medical purposes.

Even for religious perspective tattoos can be used, like in Mormon, Islam and even Judaism. Before in early days of tattooing, hygienically speaking, tattooist before doesn’t care about having infection and allergies after the tattoos had been made, but today modern tattooist follow some perceptional steps, the tools used should be sterilized and clean, for these are all contaminated with ink and blood.

Others have diseases like Hepa A, B, or C or even HIV – AIDS that are all blood contagious diseases. Worry free now, if you follow the right steps and used clean tools before having Tattoos that are for life!


Let’s go for Korean Clothing!

Korean clothing and style is traditionally known by its color and patterns, with simple lines without any pockets at all, they called it Hanbok in South Korea while in North Korea they called it Choson-ot. It can be worn by both man and woman, where it has a long sleeve that covers the arms and has a long garment on the side and back part of the dress. These are the kinds of attire they use for festivals and special occasions in Joseon Dynasty.

This kind of dress can be worn on a formal or semi-formal occasions; the well-known people or rulers of the land wear a different one than the people who are called the aristocrats that time. But in 20th century these attires made some changes for any reasons. The Korean style of clothing has evolved; they made a modern style which they called the Korean Wave or Hallyu.

Korean fashion today has increased in their popularity because it has it’s unique designs that marked the world today. They also prove that they can also create accessories, bags, shoes and even jewelry that make Korean fashion really over empowering the world’s clothing lines today. Try for yourself and what’s new in the fashion world.

Any idea about Japanese clothing!

Japanese clothing is known for their traditional Kimono, which can be worn in any occasions like weddings,  birthday,  thanksgiving and holidays.   These traditional clothing can be worn depending on the season and the age of the person.   There are kinds of Kimono, like Yukata that can be worn in summer, Haori, it’s like a jacket, Michiyuki is like an overall and the Hakama is a Japanese pants. Mostly Kimono has a woven pattern with repeated designs which means good luck and prosperity to those who will wear it .

For unmarried women, she can wear a kimono with long sleeves, while the older and married women can wear a much simpler and a complex design.  They also have their traditional footwear, these are sandals, like geta,   zori, vinyl zori and tatami.  Today’s Japanese fashion is changing fast from old tradional clothing to new trends and styles that will fit into global fashion. Japan has evolved into something that they called it “Street Fashion”, or the Decora Style.   This trend most likely has a bright colored clothing,  with much in accessories like earings,  bangles  and the likes,  added also a multi-layered socks,  all in  a very decorative way of fashion.


From Greece with Love!

Hey, I got a new blue stone bracelet from Greece. Thanks to my SS for the kindness. I really love it! A remembrance from their vacation. The color is really cool and I love bracelets as well.  Exactly the same as picture shown here but only the color is blue. Another collection! Yes… thanks again!