Monday, August 30, 2010
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Sunday, August 22, 2010
Come help us celebrate! Let's keep our fingers crossed that we NEVER see these signs EVER AGAIN!!
Posted by Bags That Fit at 7:27 PM
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Learn BTF Deminology at our first "Back to Denim Event"! We will help you find the perfect fitting jean for your body type and review your dressing room denim checklist! So come on over, sip some lemonade and have FUN! As always we will have great tops and accessories to go with those new hot jeans!
Spend over $100 and get a FREE gift! *while supplies last
The first 20 people in get a free gift! *only one gift per customer.
See you there! August 14, 2010 from 10 am to 6 pm!
Posted by Shar Chavira at 11:28 PM
Rise-A mid rise is universally fattering, lower works on short torsos, and higher is great on long torsos.
Hips and thighs-Avoid puckering or pulling, especially in the crotch area, as it will be unflattering and uncomfortable. Try to stay with a sleek and smooth effect.
Butt-Try on a pair that feels like it fits, then walk, sit down, stand back up, and take a second look. There shouldn't be any bunching or sagging.
Inseam-Jeans you wear with flats can break anywhere between just below the ankle and right above the ground. Jeans you wear with heels should be long enough to cover the back of shoes.
Fabric tips-Check the stretch. A pair with some stretch is ideal-jeans that have none at all can feel uncomfortable.
Check the wash. Darker rinses are versatile and slimming. Lighter rinses and embellishments (bling) draw the eye, so be sure they're on areas you want to stand out.
Monday, August 2, 2010
The wonderful Tim Gunn (fashion consultant) answers this question in Glamour magazine...
Q. I love stripes, especially blue and white nautical ones, but I find them very difficult to wear. They're just not flattering on me. Any advice?
A. "The fact of the matter is, you may be correct-nautical stripes can be hard to wear (but with a little help, you too can wear this trend). In fashion, nautical means horizontal, and in my experience, the larger the width of the stripe, the fewer people look good in it. Try narrower stripes and-since I assume that you're referring to knitted tops-try belting the item in either a corresponding or contrasting color. The belt's width should be wider than the stripes in the knit, because it will cause their width to diminish." Tim Gunn-Glamour Magazine
Posted by Bags That Fit at 1:00 PM