Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Many Ways to Succeed

The world of business is a risky industry that only brave hearts and strong will people can survive. It comes from a very unique and impossible idea of a person that became a reality and prospers with perseverance. These people are highly imaginative to the point that others discriminate some of their insights but they have a definite belief on what they can do and with this they were referred as, “Entrepreneurs”.


When I started my own fashion business, I did not hesitate to pursue everything all at once. I am determined to succeed and I was not afraid to ask for help. Maybe that is why I have achieved my goals because I learned to master the art of networking which is very important in the business industry. I was into selling different kinds of branded stuff like bags, accessories, apparels and shoes. It was into my advantage since my sister is living in New York and most of the Outlet stores are located near her place. During sale, I would try to contact her so she can pick the things that I like, but mostly I live it all up to her since I get my fashion sense from her.


I began to establish my career because of the quality and affordability of my stuff. My clients are usually into bags and shoes that’s the reason I always have new designs to offer them. One of my fast selling brand is Coach because of its durability and great material. With the crisis and financial instability that the world is going through, gone are the days of being a shopaholic.


People already how to do practical spending and learned the value of long term investment. One of my friend who stop by my shop mentioned to me about this great product with amazing results called Testogen. This product is a revolutionary weight loss product that has been turning a lot of heads ever since it was introduced. Based on the extracts of the Hoodia Gordinii Plant found in Southern Africa, it promises to deliver rapid weight loss by reducing your appetite by a significant margin and stopping hunger pains. I was thrilled by all the positive feedback that I heard from her and decided to use it personally. After 3 months of using the product with healthy diet and regular exercise, I really lose some extra pounds and I was very happy with the result. I decided to purchase wholesale so I can distribute it in my shop and it was like my ticket to winning. Many people in our town are buying the product not just of the benefits it gives but also it is trusted and proven.





Friday, September 25, 2015

Making Your Way to the Cat Walk

I can’t really believe it actually took 73 years, but for those who have been following Coach for a long time, it’s definitely worth the wait. Well, if not now, when? 27 more years to 100 would be a long way to go. Stuart Vevers recently took Coach followers into memory lane for a memorable Coach debut for the brand’s 2014 autumn and winter collection.
1970’s American SuburbiaFor the first collection by Coach showcased on the runway, Stuart Vevers brings a Joel Sternfeld 1979 photograph of an Oregon street suburb. The photo which can be found on the American Prospects 1985 book was at the background of the shoot and it depicts the banal American suburbia with identifying mailboxes and garages, set against autumn colors – a rather moody poetry at the sidewalk of bored teenagers.
Vevers revealed how the colors of the era pretty much defines the collection, from fall colors of tan, mustard, crimson and black. Refreshing colors that blend in were chocolate colored leaves and orange cappuccinos.
The Shining and Sissy SpacekIf you can look back into some old stuff, (if you’re not born in the 70’s era), Badlands with Sissy Spacek, Steven Spielberg’s ET and The Shining were the most memorable films at that time. Vevers took into reference how he presented Coach Purses at the catwalk, with snapshots of American Cinemas in the 70’s, showing catnip colors and feline styles that are as evocative and colorful product lines and catalogues.  Such is the case to witness some shaggy inspirations for Coach’s new bags and purses collections, showcased with lovely, cute and furry themes.
It’s interesting and I think everyone will agree how Vevers revealed the 2014 strategy, which is to showcase the car coat, denim jacket and cowboy boot. These American classics tend to walk in, with luxury and modernism at the forefront. I think what Vevers trying to say is that if there’s anything Coach purses seems to evoke, it’s on how young girls can carry their bags with affection, with an understanding that it’s as important to take the fashion risks.
I particularly like how the British designer were able to bring back the American classics into the modern era with pretty good combination of style for the bags and satchel, which highlights soft and multi-texture materials, along with the suede jackets and wedge shearing-lined boots.
As strange as orange cappuccinos sound, the Coach Purses collection at the fashion week in New York is an executive look at Coach’s global brand lifestyle. Coach purses at the catwalk are such a welcome sight for young girls.