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Monday, September 19, 2011

How visible are you?

I recently discovered a new (to me) blog Not Dead Yet Style, catchy name no? I have enjoyed reading it so I decided to participate in Visible Monday.

The dress above I made last summer and I love it. I have always loved red (and orange as well) and while I feel very visible in this color, I also feel very me when wearing it. How many things stay constant through the years? not many.

My first thought when I started to write this post is that as sewers, knitters/crocheters of garments we want to be noticed, but always in a good way! We are proud of producing one of a kind and well fitted garments. I enjoyed the creative process and everything in between that leads to a garment I can be proud to wear and say "I made it!" if complemented on it.

How do you feel visible?

6 comments:

  1. Lisette, that is a lovely dress, and yes you are very visible! I love what you wrote about how creators of garments are making one-of-a-kind pieces. This one suits you so well. Thank you for participating in Visible Monday!

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  2. That dress is gorgeous! My sewing skills are slightly limited. My thrifting skills are awesome.
    Nice to meet you!

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  3. I really love the red maxi dress. So pretty!
    -Meagan
    http://spunkychateau.blogspot.com

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  4. You are so right .... sewers, drains, sew to make us notice our garments made with our hands. So you are wonderfully visible in this post! With a wonderful dress sewn with your hands!

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  5. I just pop on my new burnt orange business skirt and merino cardigan. A colleague (female) suitably attired in greys described the outfit as "brave". Not sure if that was a compliment but the beauty of being 53 and not 33 is that I no longer care. I feel good and that is all that counts. BTW - your red dress is luscious.

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  6. A beautiful dress and you look great in this shade of red.
    i also love red and I also enjoy the creativity of making things (clothes) by myself as you do, but mostly the first step when planning the "future" for a piece of fabric and then when I already have the ready garment. And beeing prooud of your creative job is absolutely your right:-)

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