Made In America

August 29th, 2012

With Labor Day coming I like to devote my blog to a company who designs and makes clothing in America.  Thank you Three Dots for providing jobs for the American people AND for creating QUALITY, STYLISH clothing for men and women!

The Three Dots Story

Southern California, 1995, Sharon Lebon is creating the first tee shirt made for a woman in a high quality fabric.The initial prototype took six months to perfect the fit, fabric and construction. With $4000 and a sewing machine, Sharon went to work designing the “essentials”, that are the foundation of Three Dots (the name meaning “more to follow…”).

Within a few short years, Three Dots became synonymous with luxury, American-made, contemporary knitwear for women. Sharon continued adding silhouettes to these essentials building the Three Dots brand, while staying true to her original vision of Pure, American, Luxury. As the company grew, Sharon added the Three Dots Men and Three Dots Red Collections, using the same sumptuous fabrics, attention to detail and perfected fit.

Sharon’s company has grown to employ over 200 people in the U.S., sold in over 2,000 specialty retail and luxury department stores throughout the United States as well as internationally.

In 2010, Sharon traded her Laguna Beach home for a horse ranch in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana, her sedan for a pick-up, and her Louboutin’s for Lucchese’s.

Sixteen years after cutting her first shirt, Sharon has chosen to live her life the rich simplicity that is reflected in all of the Three Dots Collections.  THREE DOTS


Blow them away with the new 2012 Fall Colors

August 22nd, 2012

Three of the hottest new fall colors for 2012 are: Burgundy, Emerald and Gold.   However, buy the color because it enhances your skin tone NOT just because it’s the color this season, or consider wearing it away from your face.


Wrap yourself in Unique…

August 15th, 2012


When I recognize talent and beauty I want the world to know!


Creator Sue Foss (scarves and wraps artist) utilizes a traditional Batik style or the Japanese method of Roketzu wax resist.  Sue applies her colorful designs to pure silk and velveteen silk.  She creates custom cover-ups and garments and special made-to-orders within 2-3 weeks.  Her scarves and wraps range from $25.00 to $70.00.  They come in all shapes and sizes including plus sizes.

These designs are another method of adding pizzazz to your wardrobe.


First instinct, which gift would you rather receive?

August 8th, 2012

How do your potential clients decide who to do business with?

Do you want to be the 1st choice?

Contact me to make You or Your company the FIRST choice!


Bohemian, Romantic, Rustic Looks & More

August 1st, 2012
Even though I prefer shopping in-store I know others like to shop on-line as well.  I found this terrific website.


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