As most of you probably know by now, I am a fashion girl. Not that I have much time to read, but when I do, if it’s not knitting magazines, it’s probably fashion blogs and magazines. The two are closely connected, but one thing I’ve noticed a great deal of in fashion and not so much in knitting, is styling. I’m not sure why that is, but considering how much time it takes to knit something, I’m surprised we don’t talk more about this. Styling is, in my opinion, way more important than following trends, and is the best thing to learn if you want to maximize your wardrobe! Learn to style, and you can take a whole bunch of basics and get way more mileage out of them instead of buying new stuff all the time! And since most of us knit things to keep for a long time, it is especially beneficial to knitters so they can get more use out of the items they spent so much time creating! I plan on keeping this in mind and will post more about this subject as I figure things out. But to get all my fellow knitters started, here is a tutorial on 25 ways to style a scarf, as demonstrated by Wendy!
Musetouch is supportive of artists and filled with visual inspiration! The highlight from their Facebook page is this photo of Christian Dior gowns circa 1949. Even though many people like to make fun of the absurdity of runway shows and the cost of couture, this photo is a perfect example of why I hope there will always be the world of couture. How beautiful can one make something if given endless resources? And almost 70 years later, here we are enjoying the work! Happy Monday friends!
If you already made it through the 800-page book I posted last night, then here’s one more little tidbit for you. Knowing Spanish is helpful to understanding the Portuguese, but neither is necessary to appreciate this beautiful blog! They truly do elevate the medium to an art form.
I couldn’t resist sharing this with you all. Truly amazing, and so much inspiration to page through! Make sure you read through the post, as there is a link provided to view this incredible work online.