I enjoy making and wearing beautiful clothes.
I like looking pretty, I don't find myself thinking about whether people in general think so very often, but it does make me feel good just to feel pretty. I also appreciate the craftsmanship and beauty of learning more and more about making something for myself..
That is why these images matter a lot.
They are my learning-material. :)
And here it comes:
a way to educate little girls:
clothes for dolls!
Children use play to understand their world. Doll play helps children: practice nurturing and caring (socio-emotional), re-enact interactions with their own caregivers, family, and friends (cognitive re-framing) and prepare for a sibling (rehearsal).Some might say it's a way to "train future mothers" - but, than again: what is wrong with that?!
Get your cheeses and your dips!
Easiest hand-work to learn:
Simple, yet delicate!
Being clean is important!
Colors and pattern - so distinctive!
Many people say that fashion is all about being vain. And vanity is a bad trait of one human being. So, it made me re-think everything -- still: I don't think there is anything wrong or sinful in fashion.
Fashion is what you make it.
I prefer staying conservative - leaning to modesty.
Is dressing modestly just an outdated cultural standard from the 50s? Turn on the television, go to the movies, or flip through the pages of just about any magazine and it appears that our society has lost the value of modesty. People dress in clothing and styles that are designed to reveal and to bring considerable attention to their bodies.
Not all of us are like that.
Modesty in dress sends a message of purity and honor. It puts an emphasis on and values the inner person over outward attractiveness. When we dress modestly, we are saying that we posses inner qualities for which we should gain appropriate attention and value from others.
Ever given that a thought?!