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. 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!
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,
Do you have an old boyfriend shirts you just don’t know what to do with? I found a tutorial on how to take a shirt and make it into an apron and thought I would show you my process and how I did it for this Trixie Tuesdays
I cut off the arms and then trimmed them for the ties
I cut thae collar and used as much of the sleeve as I could for each set of ties
I laid out each sleeve and then slit up the sides to open it up
like this I laid it out and then counted four squares over and cut
I also took what was left of the top part of the collar and trimmed it to use for puppy and cat scarves
Stay tuned later today to see how this turns out!
Xoxo Trisha Trixie
With colder temperatures we’d like to warm things up a bit by looking over some of the
choices available in the department of Faux Fur. Here is some of what we discovered:
We tip our hats to these…
We’re sticking our neck out to these inviting scarves:
These coats are a wrap for stylish warmth…
And now it’s time to give things the “boot”.
When the temperatures make you say burrr, think of furrr.
All images courtesy of my Pinterest Board:
Corrina Hunter~Sensafashion’s Fashion Eye