Versatility

Versatility

Someday we will have to start using a real-time web cam here!  When a new fabric comes into stock you would love to hear the oohs and ahhs from our staff!

Carole has been receiving a lot of our Spring goods and she works right outside my office!

This is amazing!  Wow, the colors!, the texture!  I HAVE to have this one!

It’s fun to hear someone respond so immediately to purchases we’ve made.  Recently we’ve brought in a group of silk and silk/blend tweeds.  They are all different, but share one common trait and that is multi-colorism.  I know the word doesn’t exist, but you know what I mean, don’t you?  These wonderful tweeds go with so many things or just jazz up a classic or neutral color.  It is well worth the time to create a jacket because it will be a workhorse in your wardrobe.  Carole already made her choice, What’s yours?  Most are posted in the web store now or will be within a few weeks.

We always have our eye out for more, but they need to meet our strict requirements.  First and foremost they must be “to die for” beautiful.  After that, they need to be natural or mostly natural fibers and third they need to be a notch above the run of the mill silk tweed.  We think all of our current ones exceed these minimum standards.  We hope you agree!

4 Responses to “Versatility”

  1. Mary Beth

    2008-01-19T13:55:00+00:00

    I love the multi-colors. Hard to say that this round is more enticing than previous purchases but it just.might.be one of the best.

  2. Mary Beth

    2008-01-19T08:55:49+00:00

    I love the multi-colors. Hard to say that this round is more enticing than previous purchases but it just.might.be one of the best.

  3. Purse Lover

    2008-03-26T20:51:00+00:00

    Those are some nice samples in the images posted. And I think multi-colorism is a fair word (although “colorful” would work as well.)
    Focusing on mostly natural fibers is a great approach to be taking with the material, and lends itself to much better products.

  4. Purse Lover

    2008-03-26T16:51:51+00:00

    Those are some nice samples in the images posted. And I think multi-colorism is a fair word (although “colorful” would work as well.)
    Focusing on mostly natural fibers is a great approach to be taking with the material, and lends itself to much better products.

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