Trisha Trixie Tuesday! Bespoke (Custom-Made-to-Order-MadetoMeasure)

What’s “Bespoke”?

Bespoke is an adjective for anything commissioned to a particular specification. “Custom-made”, “made to order”, “made to measure” and sometimes “hand-made” are near-synonyms.

The word bespoke is derived from the verb to bespeak, to “speak for something”, in the specialized meaning “to give order for it to be made” or commission, first cited from 1583 by the OED, with the adjective in its alternative form “bespoken” first quoted from 1607 in this sense.[1] The term is generally more prevalent in British English than American English, which tends to use “custom” instead, as in custom car, custom motorcycle etc.

So, with the bespoke items available from Trisha Trixie, you can create a customized items JUST FOR YOU! How do you do that?

GO HERE! Pick out the colors and fabric and Trisha Trixie will do the rest!

bespoke

What do YOU think about being able to customize a product just for you? Do you like or dislike it?

WE WANNA KNOW!

Until next time,

Xoxo

Mad Men Monday: My Birthday Week

Not all birthday come with song and dance like Megan singing for Don’s birthday

But I am lucky enough that “GENERALLY” when I throw a party or have a Birthday celebration, my friends DO tend to come around

We end up doing exactly as they do on Mad Men and end up talking about business

But I try to have some fun. One of my most favorite things to do is SING! I took 10 years of vocal instruction, as well as dance, ballet etc, but singing was my main love. I always have loved to sing. EVen when I was little and we had nothing to do like they do now. No Xboxes, or video games, we had ourselves and I liked to go sit out on the swing and sing. I was in a band, I managed a band, I sang back up for a band, and I have had the grand opportunity to sing a few solos for places.

I will be honoring MY birthday this week (Thursday) May 16th, by going out with friends the night before and belting out a few tunes

I don’t know if I will be strutting my stuff like Megan here, but it is a high possiblity because I am a kook and love to be silly

Sing I am on the fact of MEgan singing, here is little fun fact for you

This is NOT actually how a NORMAL birthday would have gone in those days, but hey since we are talking about TV shows and not real life it all makes sense right?

So, for me, since I live in Movie Tvland in my head, anyway, making up for the birthday I did NOT have I somehow started a tradition once I was an adult.

BIRTHDAY WEEK

I like to do something everyday of the week to honor my birthday, honor the fact I am still alive (if you know my life you were know that IS something to be proud of), and honor life in general and to just live it and have a blast.

Monday: Tonight, We are celebrating with Monday Margaritas

Tuesday: Lunch with my sister

Wednesday: Karoake at Billy Joe’s Pictur Show

Thursday: My birthday and my man and I will have a nice dinner

Friday: Star Trek night

Saturday: a few local events and shopping around town

Sunday: Birthday Brunch at an old fashioned diner 5 & Diner in Pleasant Hill

I can’t wait for this week and can’t wait to have a blast!

I only have one request…and it is below…lol

Ok, a Princess? I mean I DO plan on wearing a TUTU this week!

HAHA, ok ok, enough about me… for now 🙂

I hope we all have a great week and if you can come enjoy the week with me, even better!

Until next time,

Xoxo Trisha Trixie

Mad Men Monday: Vintage PinUp Inspired Art-Tootsie Pop

Some of you may or may not know but I love to draw. My Art page is The Art of Trisha Trixie Last year I spent a whole year just drawing. My goal? 50 Figures and 50 faces in a year (Actually I started in March and ended in December). It made a vast improvement on how I drew my eyes and lips and other features. I took classes online and elsewhere. I showcased my work in art galleries and events. I sold art at booths and fairs. Art was my life last year. Partially trying to get over things in my life I turned to art for healing. Also I wanted to improve. I wanted to see where it would take me. Funny enough…it took back into Modeling. Back into Fashion. and now Back into Art.

This year as you can see my focus is more so on the Fashion and Modeling side but I was feel though the artist in me was missing. Sketching figures for designs is one thing, but doing true fashion illustration is another. Staying with the PinUp theme and showcasing aprons as my line is this year, I drew a picture of a pal of mine in the industry….Miss Tootsie Pop!

I am showing you both versions with the original white dotted top to the leopard version of the top.

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Hope you like the Art side of Trisha Trixie as well as the Fashion side.

Until next time,

XoXO TrishaTrixie

 

Saturday Morning Special: Fun with Funky Finds

Last week I went to Vintage in the City here in Des Moines Iowa. It was a blast from the past. I wanted to stop in and see a fun little store I have been dying to check out. I wrote a little bit about it for Des Moines is not Boring but I love to REALLY showcase the stores that I go to so you can really check them out!

Here are MORE amazing pictures I took the day I went…

MMM& The Vintage Vibe: Retro Cute

As I mentioned I was heading off to go get a different style this weekend. For those of you interested I thought you might want to see how it turned out!

Here are my new Bettie Paige Bangs

And here is the little cutie who helped me get there from Aveda Institute Des Moines my dear pal Alyxx Peterson. (I’m working on her to be one of those Bad Ass Ruthless Pin Up Girl ). We also touched up my color with 30 Volume Lightener and and a Permanent VB Toner. We also trimmed the back so I have a nice rounded Blunt cut.


 She told me I need to do a little bit of training as I haven’t had bangs in awhile and so they are trying to part like the Red Sea so today I wore a bobby pin in them to flatten them out.

More up-dos with my Victory Rolls later so you all will just have to wait.


Find me at my Model page at Trisha Trixie Model Page

Find more about my Vintage Inspired Fashions at SensaFashion

Until next time,
XoXo~TrishaTrixie

SMS: Bang Bang

I am a Pin Up Girl. Which means hours sometimes with my arms in the air rolling victory rolls. The one thing I have really been wanting and hating is how I don’t have bangs. Many of the Pin Up gals have the cutest bangs!

So today I am going off to get some bangs…and some other added attributes to my hair.

So say goodbye to the long front locks that I have to roll and pin.

 
When I am done I hope to have a Betty Paige Bang like this gorgeous gal
I even sent this video to my gal over at Aveda Institute and Design
I go to the school for my Beauty thing I need, Hair, nails, toes,  eybrows you name it for a few reasons…
  1. They are less expensive
  2. They need to learn now how to do many of the difficult things I need so there are better experienced gals out there doing Pin Up hair and needs
  3. They have qualified instructors to help guide them and assist them if there is a problem
  4. They are always go good to me. And I mean ALL of the staff. The cashier to the instructor to the person doing my service, no matter what. No one has even been rude or mean or disrespectful to me in the time I have been going there which has been awhile now.
  5. I am collecting students. Its a joke, but though I do have my favorites and they know who they are, I enjoy getting to know new students from the Alphas to the ones on the Floor. Little by little I think the students who DON”T know me are even getting to know me by my look. Not many come in asking for White blonde hair, pin up eyebrows and Victory Rolls for photo shoots.
  6. They are located here in Iowa
  7. I love Aveda Products

So if you are local, and looking for a great inexpensive place to go with a great staff and great services and great products, check them out. If you are not local, see if there is an Aveda Institute near you. If not, find a good school in your area, it will really help them and you in the long run.

Come follow me on Facebook either on my Model Page to see how it turns out!

Also come find me at my SensaFashion Designer page. We just added the SensaFashion Shop so now you can buy items right from Facebook or online via PayPal.

Until next time,
XoXo~TrishaTrixie

Wear it Wednesday: Bows Bows Bows

I love bows and flowers and all the pretty things. I always have. I am such a girly girl. Then in this past year as I have explored back into the world on modeling and Pin Up modeling at that, Flowers and bows are such a huge part of that!

Bows are in right now. They are everywhere. They are all over Pinterest. They were all over New York Fashion Week and now they are even in my neighborhood!!

My neighbor across the street has a family friend who makes hair bows and necklaces and bracelets and all sorts of pretty things.

Recently I was at an event selling my ReConstructed Fashions and I wanted to take some of Lyn’s Creations Bows with me and they sold like hotcakes on a Sunday morning!

Here is me before the event….my hair slightly defalted after a few hours but the headband still looked cute!

 
 
 An assortment of the flowers on the table and some she gave me as a thank you gift below
 
 Here is one of the gals modeling one after a kind gent bought one for her
 
Then I also have bought some from this fine dealer and used it with my fashions as well. Here is one of the gals, Chelsea B I send one of my cute caps to as she models how adorable they look on stocking caps!
Here are some of the flowers on my creations for SensaFashion (On the bright pink shoes)
 
Here is one of my favorite hot pink flowers with a pretty green purse. It just changes the whole thing
 
Go to Lyn’s Creations on Facebook and check out her Creations. She sells out of a lot of items but can make items similar or make SPECIALTY items for your event, school or wedding, just ask!
If you want to see more bows check out my Pinterest board all about BOWS HERE
To keep up with Trisha Trixie and SensaFashion come like us on our Facebook Page HERE
Until next time,
XoXo, Trisha Trixie kiss kiss

Try It Tuesday~Organized Makeup

Getting organized is difficult for many. If you are one of those, here are some ideas for you to consider. If you’re already organized, there’s information for you to think about. All ideas have pros and cons and no one idea works best for everyone. Below I am sharing my insight and opinions. If you have any ideas or thoughts you’d like to share, we welcome your comments. Otherwise, ‘try it’. See how you like it.

These are attractive and creative. They do keep your cosmetics in place. One thing I do not care for about these is that by sitting with the brushes up in the air they allow dirt and dust and other airborne matter to collect on them. Then, in turn, you put these into your eye shadows or blushes and then brush that into your skin. (Are we seeing the issue here?) 

Now I can hear some of you thinking “Well we can’t put
them in, bristles down, because that would just ruin the
brushes, so what are we supposed to do about that?”

I have an answer for you. My solution is to store cosmetic
brushes in covered containers, preferably not air tight ones
though. There’s a variety of options. Here are three
of my favorites.

 
 
I wish this photo were clearer. The side areas are great for storing smaller cosmetics 
which allows you to keep the bulk of your cosmetics together. 
The best feature is that the brushes are laid down and nestled into a groove 
to hold them suspended so they aren’t rubbing, which minimizes fraying as well. 
The second best feature is that this container can be closed, 
keeping out excess dust, dirt and other airborne particles. 
For this Fashion Eye,
this is the Mercedes of cosmetic storage. 
 My second runner up for storage is little gem here. It has drawers for your brushes and other cosmetic applicators. That is good since it also has what I refer to as “breather holes” in the front of each drawer. This allows a little bit of airflow while minimizing unwanted particles. However, the fact that it has drawers means you have to lay your brushes down. This allows mixing of colors and powders on your brushes which slightly alters the final look after application. Also, the bristles can rub together and this results in quicker fraying of the bristles.
Another item along the line of drawers is here. This provides maximum breathing room but again, it has the same downfalls as the above storage container. If this is your choice I recommend a light, attractive “draping” that goes over the top and comes down over the sides to eliminate the amount of airborne particles.
Here are some ideas for your “bath and beauty” supplies as well as your lip liners, 
eye liners, mascaras, eye pencils and other “stick” items.
                                                                                                                        

For those times you have to travel, here are some attractive choices that will
also keep your items clean and dry. 
                                                            
 We hope this helps you think or rethink your options and allows you some solutions.
If you have any ideas to share, feel free to leave us a comment.
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WIW: Fashions by SensaFashion-Thank you IFB!

For today’s Wear it Wednesday we are going to talk about MY Fashions coming out of the SensaFashion Series. If you are wondering what to wear, consider these fine pieces….
It started out getting the studio the way I liked it, recolor the walls, get racks to see what I am doing…

and once that happened, well let’s just say it was like you let loose the fastest horse on the racetrack!! Not to mention going to New York, to the IFBCON for New York Fashion Week was the kick start in my pants I needed to hit the ground running! I am so thankful to Independent Fashion Bloggers and that conference in more ways than I could ever mention!
Here are the creations now coming out of the SF Studio for you to start thinking about what YOU want to wear or have me create for you!!

 SensaSpring

SensaFashion Promo Items

 SensaShoes

 From CanvaKedKiddies

to high heeled beauties…

These ones are actually a small heel flat

SensaStockings

 I also have some misc items for the accessory lover…

and Eyeglass cases and Phone covers…

But le piece de resistance for this year…is my Fashionably Fabulous Aprons

Designed for 1st client!!

I hope to have a fashion show later in the year with my Apron line and perhaps a few of my other ReConstructed Fashions…

I have already had one order for a client, donated a full bag of Swag which included all custom recreations from SensaFashion, Hat, Shirt, jeans, and bag, my online social presence has grown immensely just since Jan 1, 2013 and I am speaking at a variety of places around town, I now have three interns and my days are now filled with crafting, creating and designing!!
Click on any of the links above to see more about the item and other items in those lines….or go to our Facebook SensaFashion Albums and see all the great things coming out of SensaFashion
Thank you Independent Fashion Bloggers for hosting the NYC IFBCON…I hope you do it again in the fall and would love to share how things are going by then! 
If you are interested having me create a custom apron for you or your business please contact me.
Or if you are interested in having me  create a custom ReConstructed Fashion for you or you would like to send me one of your items to redesign and reconstruct, please contact me through my website www.sensafashion.com or at my Facebook page!!
 
Sending air kisses your way~MUAH
TrishaTrixie

Try It Tuesday~It’s A Stretch

Good day ladies and gentlemen. I am here today to share some insight with you about  s-t-r-e-t-c-h pants/jeans. Years ago when I was a yungun…Okay, maybe that’s stretching things a bit. Let’s start over.

When s-t-r-e-t-c-h pants first hit the market I absolutely despised them. With a slim and trim body they were okay but I reserved doubts as it seemed only the tiny little beanpoles with no butt and no hips were the only ones that looked good in them. Mainly, I felt this way due to the excessive wearing of these items by obese people who bought them 2-4 sizes too small. Ew! Gross! Disgusting! (Before you lynch me know this, I am obese and speak from the heart. I’m not picking on people’s weight. I’m seeing the mirror.) Tiny bodies shouldn’t wear baggy clothes any more than hefty bodies should wear form-fitting clothing. (Just speaking my opinion. Not saying I’m right or wrong.)

The whole purpose of this dialogue is to encourage a more diverse way of seeing the coin from both sides. I recently received a pair of jeans that not only I fell in love with but my body fell in love with them too. Yes, you know it….they were a pair of s-t-r-e-t-c-h jeans!!! You can imagine my shock at this revelation. I could not believe I had not only tried on a pair of s-t-r-e-t-c-h jeans, but I actually liked those once dreaded items. And the bonus is:I LIKED HOW I LOOKED IN THEM TOO. And not just me. My coworkers liked how they looked on me too. It’s funny really. Our workrooms, in my end of the building, are separated by large windows and wall so we can see the activity in the room next to us. The gals next to me kept pointing and looking and talking my direction all morning. I thought:”Oh gosh, they hate these on me. They look awful. I never should have worn these in public.”

As it turns out, they were talking about me and my jeans and how they looked but it was all good stuff! They were admiring how nice they made me look. The way the jeans shaped my bottom into a much more appealing shape. How the held my tummy in/up better than my khakis. They were sure they’d never seen me wear blue jeans before. I was so flattered and thrilled and shocked at all this, I giggled and glowed like a teenager.

See below for some examples of what s-t-r-e-t-c-h jeans can do for you.

                               Wearing khakis                                             Wearing s-t-r-e-t-c-h jeans

                                                     
The khakis on the left just don’t cut it as they leave what I refer to as a “pouch” for the gut to hang loosely in. While the stretch jeans hold the body in, almost snugging the stomach, hips and thighs so they are staying where they belong. That is the beauty of s-t-r-e-t-c-h jeans. They look smaller when you hold them up but they stretch around you when put on. I want a dozen pair of these ZD boot cut stretch jeans in my size and each size smaller as I lose weight. 
Let’s take the focus off me and put it on some other examples. Discussing the pros and/or cons.
                                                                           
     
ABOVE: Both of these are poor choices. Let me explain. The pair on the left are almost straight down which meanse they are flared out below the knees. This leaves the wearer with a heftier look and it “stumps” the length and appearance of her legs. The pair on the right are also unflattering. They are stretch jeans but clearly too small for the wearer. Another issue this gal has to contend with is that they also snug around her legs all the way down to her ankles with is too close and emphasize the thickness of her legs. This also leaves an appearance of being too tight. Not what their bodies needed to look good.
  
ABOVE:These two bodies hit it just right. The fit is close without molding the body and all it’s unwanted curves. It follows the length of their legs closely without snugging them from the knees down. This lends itself to a visual of length. The mid to high waist line also lends itself to a vision of length rather than width. Excellent choices.
BELOW are two back views for us to consider.
This pair fit just right around the buttocks without being too 
tight and flattening the bottom. Good fit, good choice.
This pair has a nice fit too. A little looser which is okay. They still look nice as they curve 
around the bottom of her buttocks, hugging the curves in an eye-catching way.
Now, let’s take a look at those smaller sizes.
 I turn my head away every time I see this fit above. It sucks all the beauty out of the hips. Overly emphasizes the trunk of their body and does nothing good in my viewpoint. It wastes the appearance of a well-shaped body. The waistline is so low that it just disappears. For those with natural curves from waist to hip their shapeliness is cheated out of view. To me it’s as if their body has “dropped” visually leaving it heavy looking.
As for the views below……..
          
                              Mmmmmmmmmmm……mmmmmmmmmmmmmm……….mmmmmmmmmmmm!
Nice, sexy, alluring. Slim and trim and well-defined. The hip areas are just high enough that they don’t encompass the waist yet low enough they allow the natural beauty of the hip to show. The close fit along the length of the legs is perfect. Not too tight and not too loose. The addition of heels is a plus that adds an accentuated beauty to the entire effect.                        
                                             

One last addition to my commentary. Regardless of your size and age, there is a fit for each and every body shape, type, or size. You just have to find the one that’s right for you. “Try It”. If you would like some help on this feel free to message us:
Here in the comments,

Via email fashionista@sensafashion.com

Or FB message FB SensaFashion

                 

You will need to specify whether you want advice from either anyone one of us, Fashionista Trisha or Fashion Eye Corrina. We will respond to you within 24 hours.

The first two pictures are from my personal photos.
All other photos are courtesy of my Pinterest Board:

This post brought to you by:Corrina L. Hunter~Fashion Eye for SensaFashion

 

Fashion Friday~Fashion Wrap 2/15/2013

Welcome to our second Fashion Wrap! This is where you can find our 7-days a week, regular posts. We hope you will enjoy this amendment to our weekly posts. Here are this week’s shortcuts for you.

She went all the way to NYC and all she has to show for it is a picture with Tyson Beckford? You better take a look and see what else she came back with.
Of course you know we just HAD to put in a small tribute to NY in Sunday’s blog. I’d say this truly did “nail it”.

More fun little tidbits on the NY visit and some extra insight about a “look-alike”. Better click the link and take a peek.

Regardless of your hair type, thick, thin, fine, coarse…there’s always help out there. Contact us for help with your “hair-raising” experiences.

You might want to check out our FB page too for some more information about her V-day.

Well it was Valentine’s Day so the title speaks for itself. 🙂
Take a look though, there’s some pretty snazzy ideas in there.

Thank you for being a part of our Friday Fashion Wrap. Come back often. Comment. Inquire. Enjoy.

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Mad Men Monday & The Vintage Vibe: Vintage Finds

I have this knack.

I can look at this and see the “Vintage” in them.

It doesn’t matter if it is new or actually old. This is a great benefit I think when I go to events like the one I went to last night. It was called Girls Night Out and it was for Pulse 99.5. It was only $5 and you got to take home as many items as you donated. I lucked out to find that many. I wanted to share with you some of the wonderful finds I happened upon.

This cute polka skirt is going to become one of my reconstructed aprons. Stay tuned to see more if my reconstructed designs.

These items will look great with my outfits and also be great for my Vintage Pin Up modeling.

How can you get that “knack” for Vintage? Look for items that you could see in the era you love. For me it is the 30s,40s and 50s. When I saw these pieces I could see me wearing them in any of those outfits. If you own outfits you enjoy that are retro, try to imagine yourself in them. If you want to start collecting them, do the same, imagine yourself wearing them with retro outfits in the era your adore. Imagine your icons and if they would wear them.

Also if the price is too high, consider going to a place that you might not think of like the Disabled Veterans Store or Goodwill or Salvation Army. Look for stores that are not well known they are generally lower priced.

Don’t get frustrated, it takes time to look around. You might not find them right away. Be patient.

To look fabulously vintage requires being …well fabulous of course…

Muah~Trisha Trixie

Saturday Morning Special: Steampunk

 Today a Facebook Friend of mine Cherie Straw  is having a SteamPunk Masquerade Ball tonight here in Des Moines, Iowa. IT maybe chlily out, but Des Moines knows how to be daring, different and have some fun.

If you are looking for a mask there are some unique ones out there. Like this one for instance
 

For me I love dressing up in costumes and going to parties and events. Doing so is referred to “Cosplay”

Cosplay (コスプレ kosupure?), short for “costume play”, is a type of performance art in which participants wear costumes and accessories to represent a specific character or idea. Cosplayers often interact to create a subculture centered on role play. A broader use of the term “cosplay” applies to any costumed role play in venues apart from the stage, regardless of the cultural context.

Most people think of Cosplay in a Japanese sense or Comic Books Geeks who dress up and go to Comic Cons but Cosplay has branched farther out into many father depths. I dress up and go to Comic Cons as well but I am actually a part of an Iowa SteamPunk group, go to  the Renaissance Fair in SteamPunk garb, do Steam Punk Photo Shoots and  go to  Steam Punk parties.

Fashion is more than how you do your hair, makeup and style your clothes. Fashion is about being brave enough to wear Cosplay I think too. Do you dare to go beyond the norm and be different?

SteamPunk has it’s own fashion style as well. There is Gothic Steam Punk, There is Elizabethan SteamPunk, Victorian SteamPunk and then the mis match kind. IT is fun to be in groups like the Iowa Steam Punk and see the costumes in pictures when they take them because you never know what you will see and how the costumes will be.

Steampunk is a sub-genre of science fiction that typically features steam-powered machinery,[1] especially in a setting inspired by industrialized Western civilization during the 19th century. Therefore, steampunk works are often set in an alternative history of the 19th century’s British Victorian era or American “Wild West”, in a post-apocalyptic future during which steam power has regained mainstream use, or in a fantasy world that similarly employs steam power. Steampunk perhaps most recognizably features anachronistic technologies or retro-futuristic inventions as people in the 19th century might have envisioned them, and is likewise rooted in the era’s perspective on fashion, culture, architectural style, and art. Such technology may include fictional machines like those found in the works of H. G. Wells and Jules Verne, or the modern authors Philip Pullman, Scott Westerfeld, and China Mieville. Other examples of steampunk contain alternate history-style presentations of such technology as lighter-than-air airships, analog computers, or such digital mechanical computers as Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace‘s Analytical Engine.

Steampunk may also, though not necessarily, incorporate additional elements from the genres of fantasy, horror, historical fiction, alternate history, or other branches of speculative fiction, making it often a hybrid genre. The term steampunk’s first known appearance was in 1987, though it now retroactively refers to many works of fiction created even as far back as the 1950’s or 1960’s.

Steampunk also refers to any of the artistic styles, clothing fashions, or subcultures, that have developed from the aesthetics of steampunk fiction, Victorian-era fiction, and films from the mid-20th century.[2] Various modern utilitarian objects have been modded by individual

Most do not buy their costume as they are so expensive. There are a few costume shops here in Des Moines where you can start piecing together things but even still it can get pricey. I went to Nobbies to get most of my jewelery and earrings and gloves. I bought a few items at the Ren Faire. I bought my Corset at Queen Victoria’s Secret for $100 but it is handmade  and bone and hand grommeted so it was well worth it. Queen Victoria is Scarlett Moffat and she can be emailed here .

This isn’t a Queen Victoria is is just an example

Here is the Corset I bought from QV

Arm Vial Band I bought at Ren Faire

 
Here are some snaps from  a recent Steam Punk Photo Shoot of Me:

Love this shot btw

 But Fashion is also about Art. With Steam Punk there is a great uniqueness for art. Here are a few Steam Punk Art Pieces

 For more Steam Punk pics, please take this Saturday Morning to peruse my Steam Punk Pinterest Board for yourself HERE

 And if you like to do crafts here is a fun little Steam Punk Craft Sheet you can try and make some fun things out of

Just right click, save then download and print

Featured Post: Miss Trisha’s 40s styled Khenris

Thank you to Keelia Paulsen from KHENRI for showcasing me on her fabulous blog for two pairs of shoes she designed for me.

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An excerpt from the Article

“Fabulous Friday we will start with a really cool 40s styled heel I did for my client Miss Trisha for a very special NYE evening at Americana, a local restaurant who threw a 40s party.”

If you would like to read the article please click the link below

KHENRI BLOG

Keelia does A-mazing things with shoes for something she calls “Re-style”. I LOVE IT!

Here is just ONE of the Amzing ones she did. (Also this is my Amazing Model pal Mandy Mohr!)

I hope to have Miss Keelia on her for a special GUEST post. Until then. please go to her FAB blog and follow her on any social media you can!! You WON’T be sorry!