Spectacular Sunday~You Nailed It

Sundays truly are spectacular. Women like to really dress themselves up and get all prettied. One of the oldest and most popular choices for the occasion is fixing their nails. Here we have a selection of spectacular choices for you to consider.

From Cutsie…





Whatever the occasion, no matter your taste, whichever you choose…
You Nailed It.   
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Fashion Friday~Fashion Wrap 2/8/2013

We will be doing a weekly “Fashion Wrap”
for our Fashion Friday posts. This allows our viewers
to see just the posts from the last week without 
searching.  Here is our first “Wrap”. 
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Saturday Morning Special:Steampunk


 Spectacular Sunday-Sweetheart Necklines





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Throw Back Thursday~Hair Ye, Hair Ye!

 Our apologies for the delay in this Thursday’s post. Miss Trisha passed the ball to Corrina and she dropped it. So here we are late in the evening “throwing” the ball back into play.

From the 1920’s to the 1970’s hair has taken quite a trip in fashion. From slicked down and close to bushed out and fluffed up. Let’s take a stroll down memory lane.

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Spectacular Sunday~Sweetheart Necklines

February is definitely the month for sweethearts. With that in mind I thought it would be fun to see the variety of clothing available with sweetheart necklines.

Here are a few of my favorites:
Start with a “fresh” and “youthful” look

Moving forward to more mature looks


                      And “off the charts”
Regardless of your style preference, there’s a “sweetheart” for everyone.
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Corrina L. Hunter~Fashion Eye for SensaFashion
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Hi! My name is Jessi Wilson and I am the proud owner of Fuzzy Wuzzy Hats.


I got started making hats about 2 years ago, when an family member was trying to teach me new ways to crochet. 

She had these hat looms from I would say early to mid 80’s and she showed me how they worked. I was hooked, figuratively and literally. 

Right now, I’m in the process of learning new techniques that I can apply to the cable method I already have. And I’m not just limited to hats, I also do scarves, and slippers,braid hats, and in the process of trying to figure out how to make those winter ear wraps, for the ladies. 

Searching on Pinterest (www.pinterest.com) and Ravelry (www.ravelry.com) have helped me a lot, as well as searching you tube videos, and photographs.
There really isn’t one particular style that just hits me with the idea that I have to make this now. 

I also like to try different things to see how they work before I go ahead and make a finished product. 

It may take a few days sitting in my little storage room/closet looking at yarn colors before I even start.

I want the customer to be happy with the color choices that are made, and with the final product. 

I also may take photos during the making process, to send to the customer before the final product is sent. 

As soon as its finished I’ll snap a picture, and email it to them so they can see what they are receiving before it even arrives.
That way if they have any questions or any changes that need to be made, they can be done before its mailed.

I want to strive to keep my customer base happy, even though its small happy customers always pass the word around.

My advice for people that are starting a small business would be, start with something as simple as a face book page or other means of social media and share that page with your friends and family. Post pictures, prices, and how to contact you incase you have a person interested in your product. 

It’s definitely a rough road at first, but as long as you keep pushing your items, things will fall into place.

Thanks Jessi for being our First Guest Author! You can find out more about Fuzzy Wuzzy Hats by clicking on this link

If you would like to be a Guest author on our blog, please contact us via our contact form at our website. All we ask is that it keeps with our theme of Fashion, Style, or Beauty and since that is still a pretty wide wide range I am sure you will come up with something spectacular. We will send out our Q & A and ask you send  5-10 pictures for us to choose from to post with your blog! We look forward to hearing from you.

Fashion Friday~Haute Legs

Leg warmers hit in the 80’s then fizzled out for years. Now that EVERYTHING is fashionable again Leg Warmers are no longer extinct. I have noticed, however, that they have not returned with as much grandeur as other fashions have. I still wear leg warmers, at home, just like I did in the 80’s. An in-depth search of the internet has enlightened me to the fact that these little items are more than just  warm. With the right warmers and accessories, you have quite a “fashionable” set up.

From Football Fans
To fantasy fittings

From Holiday Styles
And Girlie
And Classies
Leg warmers have a fashion statement for just about any occasion, age and style.
Do you wear Leg Warmers?
What type of Leg Warmers do you like best?
What do you wear them with?
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Fashion Friday~Leg Warmers by: 
Corrina L. Hunter~Fashion Eye for SensaFashion

Spectacular Sunday

To start off our weekly Spectacular Sunday posts I have arranged a variety of very spectacular fashions for you. These are from all around the globe and truly are


Well have no fears little diva, this is a good day for a good outfit. 
Nothing about this bugs me much. I love the flair.


 Some styles can really leave you seeing red, these two did, but in a good way.
    Thanks for being a part of our Spectacular Sunday post. We look forward to you looking again each day as we have new and exciting specials coming from the rest of our SensaFashion Family.
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