Wrap It Up! Fashion Style

When I was still an entertainer, and thin, I used to extend my stage wardrobe and my street wardrobe with scarves of all sizes and lengths. I was quite good at the art of wrap. No, not that kind of rap, fashion wrap. Something fashion designers, dancers and entertainers alike have learned to do from as early as the 17oo’s, maybe even longer.

Most people think of scarves as something to throw over your shoulders, tie around your neck, or head, and that is about it for most people, but did you know, you can create wearable dresses, tops, pants, skirts, and so much more, with a single scarf or piece of fabric. They are also not just for summer or spring, you can create and wear a wrapped scarf at any time of the year, as you will soon learn as I continue to bring you new ways to Wrap It Up! Fashion Style!

Let’s look into this a bit, with a new collection of scarves I recently added to my store. This one I have ordered 4 of my own as test products, and will most likely be one of the styles I will use in the upcoming future to show you more and more new wrap designs.

Silk Chiffon Feel Like Shawl Sarong










This next one is a perfect scarf for not just neck and shoulder wraps, but you would be surprised at how much more you can create with a scarf this size. I have also bought myself this brown one as well.

Leopard Print Pashima Scarves and Wraps

I have always loved scarves, and since I recently found some gorgeous scarves, and sarongs to add to the stores collections, I thought I would add some info and ideas for using these awesome wardrobe extenders to the blog, and to some of the product pages in the store.  Below is a video from awhile back that I found inspiring, and hope you do too.

I have several new styles of scarves, sarongs, and pashimas to add to the store, but as always, I like to test some of these items out myself before doing so, and my mailbox is awaiting future additions. So if you love scarves as much as I do, or want to learn more about how this wonderful wardrobe addition can work for you, check out what our shop has to offer, and join the mailing list to stay on top.

Till then, Happy Wrapping!

Learning the Consignment Business with the Creative Diva

We have recently pre launched a learning community forum. Watch the video below and then read more….

Do I have any jewelry makers, silversmiths, or other craft makers on my list that would like to build a following by teaching others online?

Anyone with skills willing to share … gain a following for your own business, or website while teaching others in a safe online enviroment.
ie: design, real estate, accounting, languages, sewing, writing, video editing, guitar, on and on … learning should be shared with those that wish to learn. Men, Women, Dad’s, Mom’s, if you are the kind of person who loves to learn or teach others, we are looking for you.

The first installment in my course on CONSIGNMENT BUSINESS is now live.

This introduction to the rest of the sessions are open for the public to read AND comment on. Please ask questions, give us your input, and share any knowledge you may have on the subject of this nature.

This is the first entry in my upcoming and ongoing course of:

Selling On Consignment 

Over the coming weeks I will be adding steps on how to start, whether you are looking to consign, or to start your own shop. Starting here, I will begin to offer you tips and an organised way to get you on the right road. We will go step by step, and each step will offer up a discussion on that topics “lesson”.

Angela Hobbs aka CDDIVA wrote:
Please note: 
my initial posts about this business will be geared to giving you tips, and answering questions about the process of resale. Some of this information will be made public, and some wiil not. If you really have an interest in learning, and discussing the business of resale and consignment, you should do yourself a favor and sign up to our free project. If you know something about this business, or have a knowledge of another type of business you would like to share or teach, please do join us. 

Also, some of the discussions on such topics, like this initial one, will be left open to the public to read, (if you want to post to the discussions you will have to register your free membership) but some other further discussions on a topic lesson, will be private to members only, so join if you want to participate, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain!