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50s Belted Dress

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Ever wondered what dresses do people wear in the 1950s?

After the World War II, it became fashionable to wear clothing that used a lot of fabric. Womens skirt got longer and fuller which often includes multiple petticoats underneath to show off their fullness. For older women, they wore full long gowns, straight skirts, wrap dresses and swing skirts. Teenage girls wore poodle skirts. Most of the 1950s dresses were meant to be worn belted, or with a girdle or waist cincher underneath. This look gives you a longer, smoother and a curvier look. Some dresses were cut with a rounded shoulder look which you should try to avoid as they can make you look slump shouldered and shrink your torso.

Skirts during those days were either full or pencil thin. The pencil thin skirt was a tight fitting skirt that hugged the hips and narrowed down to the knees. Belts were the most common ladies accessories during those days.

Dresses for women in the 50s had a round, full skirt often belted at the waist. Some had short sleeves, no sleeves with a high collar or the popular halter style tied at the neck. The 1950s dressmaking pattern is made up of expensive fabric such as shot silk home dressmakers could save money by making her own dresses. When trimmed with a fashionable fake flower and a matching stole added, the outfit offered an element of originality. A belted dress pattern could just as easily be made up in a washable cotton summer dress. This self sewing dress made the women crave for glamour which they were able to recreate themselves. Dressmaking pattern manufacturers responded by creating stylish dress patterns that are easy to sew.

For the 50s, simpler easy to make sewing patterns are a hit.

1950s fashion sense leaned toward on the glamorous look. Movie stars like Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly and Elizabeth Taylor were looked up to by women everywhere. Many of the styles of clothing for women today are patterned from these movie icons in the 50s costumes..

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September 13th, 2011 at 10:46 pm

Why people prefer Cinch Belt More?

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Do you have a waistline that needs to be curbed before your 22nd birthday? Do you pass the mannequins and wonder if you could wear those dresses one day when you have a waist to flaunt? All these woes of yours are long forgotten as fashion has a way to fix it all and for all those women who weep staring at their disfigured waists every morning in the mirror, cinch belts are perfect solutions. Now you must be wondering what a cinch belt is. Its no brain racker and surely is something that you must’ve seen in all those malls that you trot around every weekend. If we go by the conventional definition of cinch belts as the dictionary states, it is nothing but a wide belt of elastic, leather, or fabric with a clasp or lacing in front, worn tightly to make the waist look smaller. If put simply, its very close to a corset which when worn around the waist gives an impression of a smaller waist.

Historically, the popularity of the cinch belt was brought to surface by Diors New Look around 1947.As quoted by Dior I designed clothes for flower-like women, with rounded shoulders, full feminine busts, and hand-span waists above enormous spreading skirts. The hand-span waists so beloved by Dior were achieved by foundations garments, of which the most popular was the waist cincher, called the “waspie” or “guepiere it became the quintessential undergarment of the New Look. Such garments were worn tightly cinched at the waist to maintain your waist at its flattering best, restraining the figure in a slender silhouette.

Cinch belt is a great and fashionable option to don up any outfit you possess. With the ever changing fashion market, a great plethora of cinch belts are available now with a variety of colours and fabrics including leather, metal, cloth and woven material. Every simple dress can be transformed into a stunning ramp garment with the addition of one simple accessory called cinch belt.

Cinch belts are great options for a brunch or a late night party as it can really trim down your waist on those floral brunch frocks or can suck all your fat and make your waist as tiny as it can ever be on that black dress for a pub night. You could choose from a range of rhinestone embedded belts to a simple black cinch strap to dazzle in those parties.

While choosing your cinch belt, its important for you to take care that the material of the belt be soft as the skin in the waist area in sensitive and is prone to abrasions much more than other areas. You could go for options like tulle, silk, organza, lace, gauze or linen as these materials are soft and wont cause much trouble to your waist. You should also try and feel the belts before you buy them as if they are too tight then it might just get a little uncomfortable for you, hence, allow an extra 1 inch of breathing space for a comfortable fit. Also note that too tight a belt would spill out those unruly bulges from sides which would defeat your attempt of looking slimmer and would make your figure shapeless.

You can use your imagination to the last bit with this accessory as it goes with everything including, jeans, tee shirts, dresses. You name it and you have it well teamed up with a cinch belt. Just note that if you have any health issue that could get worsened with the tightness around your waist, then you should avoid wearing these, as remember, there is nothing more important than your health.

Cinch belts are a great option for women with fuller figures as they emphasise the waist line, highlighting the thighs and breasts. Its totally up to you how you want to carry it to maximise your sexuality and minimise the flaws of your figure.

Thus, before you go for a cinch belt, use your better judgment and decide how you wish to flaunt your figure and use the belt to create an illusion of a lessened girth and a slender waistline.

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Written by chamiers

August 29th, 2011 at 3:38 am

Homemade Gorilla Suit Costumes

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Gorilla suit costumes are a classic, and it doesn’t matter what you’re dressing up for. A gorilla suit costume is just as appropriate at a science fiction convention as it is at a Halloween party. And new versions of the classic gorilla costume look more realistic than ever.

Making your own gorilla suit costume can be a challenge, but it can be a fun way to spend some time with one of your kids, and it can save you a little bit of money. If you’re handy and like doing craft type stuff, give making your own gorilla suit for Halloween a try.

Your gorilla suit will need arms and a torso, as well as pants. I recommend sweatshirts and sweatpants, in black or gray. You can then attach the fur to the appropriate places on the costume. Get yourself a cool gorilla mask to top it off with, and you’ve got a homemade gorilla costume that can’t be beat.

If you really want to have some fun with a gorilla suit, try emulating some of the early Planet of the Apes movies to see if anyone is nostalgic enough to remember the films and make the connection. If you’ve got some buddies who are also science fiction geeks, you could even have someone dress as Charlton Heston from the movie. If someone is creative and artistic, you could set up your own Statue of Liberty prop so that you can re-enact the end of the original movie. That will really drive the crowd wild.

Identities of Bikers: on Biker Patches Meanings

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Patches and pins put on by outlaw motorcycle society members to immortalize events, render association, exhibit rank, show positions or plainly for ornamentation are viewed as motorcycle club patches.

The meaning of the ‘1%’ patch is expressing that 99% of motorcyclist are law bearing citizens while the remaining part in credit to the American Motorcycle Association regard themselves the portion of the ‘outlaw’ biker community.

The number ’13’ could be in alignment with different symbolic representations or solely on a patch. The most popular signification for the number ’13’ is being affiliated with narcotics and drugs; nonetheless, there are other definitions to what it implies.

Motorcycle or marijuana is frequently linked with the number ’13’ as well because ‘M’ is the 13th letter of the English alphabet. Rather than ’13’ for ‘M’ as in motorbike, this ’13’ patch, may sustain a negative connotation that an individual is involved with the sale of marijuana or a substance abuser of different drugs.

Though it could imply various matters, the common significance of the Ace Of Spades patch is that the wearer (should the demand arise), would fight back to the last breath even if the consequence is an individual’s end. The assertion ‘Bringer Of Death’ on a skull which is in an Ace Of Spades patch entails this specific belief or argument.

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October 26th, 2010 at 8:54 pm

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How to Wear a Scarf in an Easy Way

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Scarves are the most multipurpose accessory for women. They come in a variety of fabrics, shapes and sizes, and this make them ideal for all seasons and events. Scarves have become widespread because they are both functional and fashionable at the same time. Scarves add flavor and elegance to almost any look that is lacking. Some people draw back from scarves because they do not have a clue as to how they should be tied. There are tons of ways to tie them to suit every occasion. Below are five fun, fashionable ways to wear your scarf:

The Ascot Knot – a simple way to wear scarf

Type of scarf: long

How to Tie:

1. Hang the scarf around your neck with equal lengths on both sides.

2. Take one end (A) and bring it towards the other end (B)

3. Let (A) pass underneath( B)

4. Wrap (A) over (B) and pull down.

5. Adjust both ends equally.

The Bandana wrap

Type of scarf: square

How to Tie:

1. Fold the scarf in the form of a triangle.

2. Take the wide end and roll it towards the thin end.

3. Roll midway through the scarf.

4. drape the scarf over your shoulders and back.

5. Make a simple knot at the front to complete the look.

Gypsy –a comfortable informal head wrap style.

Type of scarf: square

How to Tie:

1. Fold the scarf in the form of a triangle.

2. Wrap it around your head.

3. form a knot in the back and tuck in the ends.

The Waist Sash

Type of scarf: long

How to Tie:

1. Roll the scarf from one end to the other.

2. Push one end through the belt loops on whatever it is that you are wearing.

3. Continue until the scarf has passed through all the loops.

4. Adjust the scarf at the front to make both ends equal.

5. Make a simple knot and let the ends hang loose.

The Neck Wrap – this style is very easy to create and works best to fill a bare neckline.

Type of scarf: square

How to Tie:

1. Fold the scarf into the shape of a triangle.

2. Take the two ends of the scarf with both hands. The tip of the scarf should face downward.

3. Place the scarf in front of the neck and bring both ends to the back of the neck.

4. Bring both ends back toward the front. let them to hang over the shoulder loosely.

5. Tie a single knot and complete by tying a second knot.

Tips:

Keep it simple when wearing a scarf. If you are wearing patterned or printed fabric, choose a solid scarf. conversely, if you are wearing solids, go for a fun, colorful scarf.

Bigger scarves make more of a statement than a small scarf.

Save skinny scarves for more close-fitting tops and jackets.

Written by admin

March 9th, 2010 at 9:51 pm