Thrifting is a way to reuse, reduce and recycle with style. Not only that, you get ideas on how to repurpose clothes you already own. Wear something backwards or combine items that no one else does and suddenly, you are a designer. Save a few bucks, support your local charities and let your creativity soar. Most importantly, have fun. I mean really, shouldn’t style and fashion be fun?
Molly Parkin was “going to kick the bucket” until a couple of her peers let her know that the years between 80 and 90 were “the most rewarding”. In this video she shares with you how she experiences joy, exuberance and resourcefulness all at once by embracing her unique version of style. Once you see how bold Molly Parkin is, you won’t be afraid to create your own style utilizing the items that inspire you the most.
“You have to get dressed every day. So might as well get dressed well. It’s like eating.” That’s Tziporah Salamon’s motto. She is an artist who teaches women how to dress.
“Dressing is my work,” says Salamon and it seems she has a practice as a healing artist.
Salamon views her outfits as if they were paintings. She starts with an inspiration piece then builds around it. She doesn’t wear the outfit until she’s built the entire thing, which can sometimes take years.
When you dress as an art, you get to look down at art. Yet another way to create your own reality and live your own vision.
Tips from Salamon include:
Dress in layers with style
Design your look with vintage, no-label fashions
Pay attention to detail
Let perfectionism work for you
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Dressing creatively is all about adopting your own style and building outfits that work. This video with Tziporah Salamon can show you how to be stylish while also keeping cool. Learn more at tziporahsalamon.com
Sometimes fear stands in the way of creativity. What would happen if you let the fear go? This video conversation about creativity might help you understand and overcome your fears and even give you some ideas for your next creative project.