Online Fashion Design For Beginners [Buy]5/13/2013 1:58:14 PM
Online Fashion Design For Beginners If you've always wanted to get involved in fashion design but never really knew where to start, there are many websites that will give you tips, tricks, ideas and even platforms in which to practice and come up with ideas on your own. Anyone can take pen to paper and come up with fashion design but online fashion design will let you know what's in style nowadays and it will have you up and running like a pro in no time. All you need to do is find one or a few websites, which will let you practice online fashion design. You never know, with enough practice you could be the next runway fashion designer making clothes for highly paid fashion models with your name in lights. If you use your favorite search engine, you should have no problem finding online fashion design websites. Some may ask you to pay a membership fee while others may be free. You may want to practice with the free ones first just to make sure you like it and to see if you have a knack for it before you shell out big bucks on a high priced online fashion design website. Some of the free sites allow you to shop for fashion online as well and that's how they pay for their sites so look around and you're sure to find a site that works for you. Most online fashion design websites want to see the work you've used. They will sometimes post styles and fashions from users just like yourself. When you find something that really works, show it off with the other users on that site. You never know when someone will see it and will want to see more of what you can do. This could be how you are discovered as an online fashion designer. If nothing else, you'll get better at online fashion design and you'll find a hobby you really excel in and have a lot of fun with.

HELEN ZABRISKIE LIPPINCOTT JAFFRAY Obituaries Bangor Daily News BDN Maine [Shop]5/13/2013 1:24:36 PM
HELEN ZABRISKIE LIPPINCOTT JAFFRAY Obituaries Bangor Daily News BDN Maine BLUE HILL Helen Zabriskie Lippincott Jaffray died Wednesday, April 21, 2010, one day after her 89th birthday, at her home. She was born in 1921 to Charles Lemaire and Frances Hyde Zabriskie. She was a church and civic leader, former fashion model, devoted mother of four and the gracious and beloved wife of William J. Lippincott, who died in 1992, and James F. Jaffray. A graduate of The Brearley School, she finished a year at Smith College, but left to marry Navy Lt. William J. Lippincott, Dec. 2, 1942. She was also chairman of Westchester Community Foundation, co-chair of Rye Youth Council, founder of Rye Youth Employment Service, on the board of directors of Port Chester Carver Center and held many other volunteer jobs. She was married to retail executive William J. Lippincott for 50 years, but after his death, she married retired banker James Jaffray, March 9, 1993, and moved to Maine. In Blue Hill she volunteered for Bagaduce Music Lending Library. She was also an active gardener, a master of crossword and jigsaw puzzles, accomplished pianist and gourmet cook, who opened her home and her heart to her large family. She loved going on long walks along the coast with Jim. Monday, May 3, at First Congregational Church of Blue Hill. You may be ticked off at what someone did or said, but you can explain that without resorting to name-calling or obscenity. Remember that young people are on this site too. Comments should be your own work, not copied and pasted from elsewhere, though brief quoted passages to make your point are fine. And please don't use all capital letters. There's no need to shout. Stay focused on the issue in the article. Off-topic posts will be deleted. This isn't a forum to chat about your personal life. Some ideas the fate of the earth, abortion, gun control, the nature of God aren't going to be resolved in a reader forum, so no need to get frustrated if others don't see your point of view. State your position once and leave it at that. If you mouse over each comment you will see a "Flag" button. Please use it if you feel comments on the site are out of line. And we'll keep moderating posts to try to ensure everyone meets those standards. Sister-in-law of murder suspect says couple was afraid of victimAlexis Wright pleads guilty in Kennebunk Zumba prostitution caseLaw enforcement presence, problem students leaving halts gang problem at Guilford high school, says superintendentOxford Casino sold to Churchill Downs for $160 million cashAccused Kennebunk Zumba prostitute Alexis Wright in plea talks today Marijuana legalization: An easy way outSaturday, March 30, 2013: Food labeling, obstructionism and online pharmaciesBeware hidden costs of upfront fee in liquor dealAsk Alex Friday: We both poor Can we make it work?Media Mutt: Assaults on Freedom of Information From the Left and Right Caribou native gives Husson baseball big lift since transferring from UMaineEvaluation of Maine men's hockey program will yield decision on Whitehead next monthProposal of 4 classes for high school football gains final approval after 4-year effortNewburgh's Ricky Craven getting more responsibility as NASCAR analyst for ESPNDeanna Hessert resigns as Hampden Academy field hockey coach AGREE TO DISAGREE Hello, LePage! It the people out hereBOURBON. PORTLAND. BEER. POLITICS. Ask Alex Friday: We both poor Can we make it work?THE BOLLARD Media Mutt: Assaults on Freedom of Information From the Left and RightOFF THE RIM Does UMaine Mens Basketball Program Need Edwards more than Edwards Needs the UMaine Basketball program??IF MY COASTER COULD TALK Coaster Critique: Enjoy By 04.01.13 Big Time Rush to return to Bangor Waterfront, with Victoria JusticeFoodie Files: Bar Harbor's Morning Glory Bakery makes new start with new ownerIt's time to spread the health when it comes to methadone treatmentDefrost and relax with 25 things to do this springHomemade 'peeps'? These chicks rule

Revealing Swim Wear [Fashionable]4/17/2013 5:40:41 PM
Revealing Swim Wear Swim wear has been around for thousands of years in some form or another, but it wasn't until the beginning of the 20th century that swim wear became revealing. The long wool jerseys of the 1920s were considered revealing in their day, thus illustrating the point that judgments of this kind are relative only to the time period in which they belong. By our own standards today, a suit from that era would look at the best demure and at worst downright ridiculous. The Evolution of Revealing Swim Wear As the years passed, the swim wear became smaller and smaller. This is true for men and women alike, but it was more pronounced in women's swim wear. By the 1940s women were interested in buying swimsuits that highlighted and accentuated their figures. This was a significant change in thinking. Before that time, swimsuits were more practical and less fashionable. From then on, however, swim wear would be inexorably tied to fashion and sensuality. Over the following 60 years, swim wear would continue to evolve. The definition of the term "high cut," as it referred to the bottoms of swimsuits, would be ever be in flux as more and more revealing swim wear hit the market and the beaches. By the 1960s two-piece swim wear was emerging as a popular favorite among young people and from then on, it has remained so. Today, revealing swim wear is the norm for women of all ages, except perhaps the over 70 crowd. In fact, the trend has been towards the more revealing the better. If swim wear fashion continues to progress at this rate, all beaches will be nude beaches within the next twenty years! Depending on how you feel about nudity that could either be a very bad thing or a very, very good thing.