9.04.2014

Style Project: I Can't Live Without...

I'm stopping by to share my feature on the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising blog. They have a segment called Style Project where they ask FIDM grads certain style questions. I'm very honored and proud to share that this is my second feature. You can see the first one by clicking HERE.

Today's Style Project question is: "What's the one thing in your closet you couldn't live without?" Can you guess? Find out the answer by clicking HERE to visit the FIDM blog. Enjoy!


Thank you again for the feature FIDM {wink}

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16 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing your work with them, Glenda! Congrats on this great opportunity!!

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    1. I adored my college years and I'm thankful to still have my connections with them.

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  2. I thought you might have said a little leather dress or a white skirt. A bra is the basic foundation for everything else that comes on top! I must wear a lot of padding or my clothes just don't hang very well on me. I could use even more! So, I'm in agreement with you. ;)

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    1. I racked my brain when they presented me with this question, and a good bra was the one thing I MUST have ;)

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  3. Yes yes yes to good bras. I used to work at a little boutique that sold beautiful drapey clothing and I was appalled at how many women would come in wearing horrible old ill-fitting bras. It would totally ruin the look of the clothing. I would send them straight over to the Nordstrom lingerie department and tell them to come back when they had a better bra. The ones that followed my advice always looked better. It seems like a minor thing but it holds up! tee hee.

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    1. It is awful when you see a woman with the wrong foundations. I sometimes want to tell women they need to be fitted. It's so important!

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  4. For sure. Lillyette is my bra of choice and It's great to see and read about you in the article.

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    1. I've tried many, Neti, but their bras work best for me too.

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  5. Congratulations on your feature!! I can understand the ties with alma mater, they are so special! I agree about a good fitted bra - 100%!

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  6. See?? You have been spotted already! Congratulations. Now it is only a matter of (little) time. You'll see.
    Greetje

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    1. Thank you Greetje! I appreciate the optimism :)

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  7. Thanks for sharing Glenda and congratulations!! I'm so proud to know you and to visit your blog.

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  8. Isn't it great to be recognized by your alma mater. Great interview and congratulations.

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    1. Yes, it is a great honor. Thank you Antionette!

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