Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Gogo Boots - A Time Honored Classic

By Allison Rossino

Gogo boots are not just a 60s throw back. The stylish boots have enjoyed something of a rebirth in recent years, with a few updates for modern looks, of course. The term "gogo" is derived from the French "à gogo" which is a modern expression meaning 'abundance' and taken from "la gogue," meaning happiness. The term was first applied to dancers in the mid sixties, but was later applied to the boot style commonly worn by those same dancers.

Characterized by knee high height and low or flat heels, these shoes were favored in the 60's for their accentuating affect on the wearer's legs. Coupled with micro minis, the boots helped to highlight a woman's leg which had previously been covered to below the knee. Gogo boots were also the first incarnation of fashionable boots as opposed to functional boots for riding or working activities. Until the 60's, boots were something women wore to work around the farm or in the city during snow or rain. Now they are everyday footwear.

While white plastic or leather gogo boots were a hit in the United States, a similar trend took hold in England. Black kink boots became popular and were almost exact opposite of the gogo. While stereotypically white, kink boots were black. Gogo boots had low or flat heels and squared toes, kink boots had spiked heels and pointy toes. The two fashion trends helped usher in the boot as everyday footwear that modern women currently enjoy.

Gogo boots inspired many of today's modern boot styles. However, the term gogo is normally only used to describe knee high boots worn with short bottoms such as skirts or shorts. Many of today's knee high fashion boots began from the simple gogo or kink styles. The traditional gogo boot, however, can still be found in modern times. In fact, many NFL cheerleading squads include versions as part of their uniform.

Today's retro fashion trends have brought back the popularity of traditional gogo boots. However, white is no longer the stereotypical color. Browns, blacks, and other earth tone colors are popular, especially coupled with gauchos, denim mini skirts, Capri pants, and some styles of shorts. Today's boots bear a striking resemblance to cropped riding boots common in English riding stables. However, even the traditional white gogo boots have enjoyed something of a comeback, showing on the feet of some of today's top celebrities.

Allison Rossino is a fashion writer and student based in Chicago. To check out an awesome selection of go go boots go to Strap-On Sweetie.

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Friday, June 25, 2010

Tips For Eco Friendly Clothing

By Sok K Verdery

Within the ever-changing world we live in the current purchasing trend seems to tell consumers to "go green," even though half of us do not fully comprehend exactly what that means. Sure, it would be fantastic to buy products and services similar to what we already use while protecting the environment at the same time, but with all the gimmicks and sales out there how can a consumer know exactly what is legitimate and what is a scam?

For example, I recently read an article that said green clothing is now the latest fashion; but even the author himself did not seem to know what that meant while he threw around bold statements and predictions. This article will focus on green clothing and exactly what the media does not want you to know.

To start ... is there such a thing as "green clothing?" The short answer is yes, because industry has made it possible in recent years to recycle almost anything. Tires are being made into shoes (which ironically cost more than the tires did when new), tee shirts are made from all kinds of recycled materials, and jeans are constructed from threads that are more renewable within our environments.

With that said, the same process that pumps toxic chemicals into our atmosphere is used to recycle many of these materials, so it may more likely be a scenario of killing a forest to save a neighboring tree. While this is not true in all cases, I only mention it to be fair to all parties and help consumers stay informed.

Now that the definition is partially out of the way, how does one determine if a piece of clothing is green? The answer comes from observing the clothing labels that you see within department stores and outlets; two key phrases you are looking for are "made from 100% recycled material" and "made from sustainable resources." What these mean is that either the clothing was made from something from the past or it is created from sources that regenerate faster than it is harvested. By using these processes the strain on natural resources are reduced and it allows our world to recover from the damage we have already caused by aggressive consumption.

So what about the clothing you already have? Well, the resources for those have already been collected, produced in a factory likely dangerous to the environment, and shipped overseas for another drastic waste in natural fossil fuels. No matter what damage may have been created by your former purchases, they are certainly not causing any harm to the environment in their current condition and they should be worn as long as possible. Their usable lives can be extended by washing them less frequently or with gentle cycles, and future purchases should also be made with durability in mind.

By wearing clothing that will last longer or searching for brands made with recycled or renewable materials, you are effectively doing your part in joining the green revolution and protecting the environment. Not to the extent that others would have you believe, mind you, but a difference nonetheless.

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Sok has been helping every day people save money since 2001. It began as a objective to learn how to save money with coupons for online purchases every now and then but has since evolved to a lifestyle. Now Sok spends his time, both online and offline, not only looking for coupons but also how to go beyond just coupons to get extreme savings on every day items. "Don't under-estimate the value of a coupon"

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Sunday, June 20, 2010

Why Natural Organic Cotton Clothing is Better For the Environment

By Andy Ar

First let me explain all the valuable uses of natural fibers, which can be used to create over 25,000 different products! It is superior to cotton; it can be made into rope, paper, concrete, toiletries, paint, and so much more. It is amazing how one plant can be so resourceful and useful, yet remain so controversial.

The short version of why hemp is illegal is because the cotton farmers in the early 1900's, the wealthy class, protested the newly found material, hemp, from the cannabis plant. Since the wealthy did not want to change their plantations, they lobbied the government (paying them off in handouts) to keep the plant and any offspring of it illegal. Luckily, now most countries realize the benefits of hemp and are making it legal once again.

Cotton is a good product, but a better textile is natural cotton. Organic cotton grows much quicker, is a lot stronger, and lasts longer than regular cotton does. Environmentally friendly cotton makes excellent textiles that adapt to the environment. What this means is that when it is sunny outside the natural cotton will reflect the sunlight, keeping you cool. In contrast, when it is cold out, the hemp will prevent your natural body heat from escaping through your clothing.

Natural cotton has a much faster growing season than cotton; while producing higher yields. Cotton can take anywhere from six to eight months to harvest, while organic fibers only needs three months. Organic fibers grows twice as fast as cotton! Cotton also uses tons of pesticides and herbicides to manage weeds, bacterial growth, fungal diseases, and insects. Hemp is naturally grown organically, so the product is much cleaner and healthier to use.

With all these benefits, it is surprising to see that the majority of products that can be improved using natural cotton are not. Hopefully, spreading the word and lobbying the government will help increase the usage of organic hemp products. Not only will you be saving the environment, but you will have far superior products than those in the past.

Andy Ar is the owner of Hass Libre, an environmentally friendly clothing company Help save the environment with all natural hemp, organic cotton, bamboo materials. Read his Eco Friendly Clothing Blog to learn about new promotions, discounts, products, riders, and much more.

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Organic and Fair Trade Fashion - What's the Big Deal?

By Adrian Desbarats

The conventional clothing industry is huge at over one trillion in sales annually. To keep this engine running smoothly, the clothing industry has developed the concept of fast fashion. The clothing industry works hard through advertising to ingrain in our minds, the idea that we must upgrade our wardrobe regularly with the latest style and/or seasonal changes. We must do these things or be viewed as behind the times, old fashioned, out of sync, unattractive, etc.

And the clothing companies have made it real easy for us to throw out the "old" and bring in the newest clothing trend by offering up cheap fashion. Heck, when that flashy shirt is only $5 bucks and that complimentary pair of pants is only $10 bucks, why not, right?

But what we don't realize is that the true cost of these cheap fashions have simply been externalized. What do I mean by that? In order to produce cheap clothing to keep this whole consumerism tread mill going, the clothing industry must find inexpensive manufacturing options.

They do this by outsourcing their production to countries where labor is cheap, labor laws are lacking or non-existent and environmental regulations are minimal. So, let's say Big Clothing Corporation A goes to a third world country to find a clothing manufacturer. They shop around to find the best price and decide on local manufacturer B. They generally don't ask questions as they don't want to know exactly how the manufacturer can possibly produce the clothing order for such a cheap price. Knowing equals guilt right?

Third world manufacturer B can make the clothing so cheaply because they use child labor, pay workers wages that are barely at subsistence level, offer no health care, child care, insurance benefits and have no costs associated with proper disposal of hazardous chemicals such as dyes, formaldehyde, fire retardants, etc or textile waste because they just dump it all untreated into the nearest river or stream.

This is what I mean by externalizing the cost. Big Corporation A now gets their nice new, shiny shirt for $2 which they then turn around and sell to you for $5. But as you hold up the shirt that little voice in your mind asks - how the heck can they sell this for just $5 bucks? They can because the local lakes, rivers and streams and the local work force where that shirt was made took the brunt of the cost. In other words, the cost was externalized.

Do you want to be a part of this tragedy? Because you have read this far, I don't think you do. So what can we do to effect change? Thankfully, we can do a lot. The fact is that over 70% of our economy is driven by you, by me, your next door neighbor. That's right, consumerism drives almost three quarters of our economic activity. It is the bread and butter of big corporations.

If you say NO to fast fashion and yes to organic, fair trade clothing, you are making a difference. As more people stand up and say the same thing, your combined voices will force big corporations to change. They will simply have to change or become obsolete. You hold all the cards.

So, what's your choice? Do you choose organic clothing which is made without the use of harsh chemicals such as pesticides that pollute our environment making our drinking water unsafe, destroying habitat and killing innocent farmers by the thousands? Will you say yes to fair trade clothing which protects workers rights, allowing them to rise out of poverty and become productive and proud members of our global society?

Or do you choose to stay on the consumerism treadmill and keep buying cheap, fast fashion while ignoring the consequences of that decision?

If your answer is yes to organic, fair trade clothing then I invite you to take a look at Fashion and Earth Inc. They have a great array of organic clothing, eco friendly clothing and fair trade clothing brands for you to choose from. And with their free and fast shipping both ways, hassle free returns policy and, extremely generous Rewards Program you really have nothing to lose!

So go ahead, check them out and experience the feeling of wearing organic, fair trade clothing. And I don't just mean the softness of the fabric but also the feeling of empowerment and pride that comes with wearing your values!

You can also visit Fashion and Earth's blog at to learn more about organic and fair trade clothing.

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Choose Organic, Fair Trade Clothing and Save Lives

By Adrian Desbarats

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that more than three million cases of severe pesticide poisoning occur every year. Of these, over 300,000 die with 99% of the cases being from third world countries. To put that in perspective, one farmer dies every two minutes as a result of pesticide poisoning.

In addition to human suffering, there are significant environmental impacts. Pesticide application is broad based and difficult to control. Over 98% of sprayed insecticides and 95% of herbicides end up missing their intended target entirely. Pesticides are lost to the environment primarily by wind and rain where they impact wild life such as bees, birds, fish, etc.

Seepage of pesticides into groundwater is also becoming a big problem. In the United States alone, pesticides were found to pollute every stream and over 90% of wells sampled in a study by the US Geological Survey.
Many pesticides are not easily degraded. So once they enter the environment, their impact can have lasting deadly effects. Animals that are already stressed are particularly vulnerable. For example, the USDA and USFWS estimate that about 20% of the endangered and threatened species in the US are jeopardized by use of pesticides

The sad reality is that pesticide use is not necessary. The pesticide industry is huge, valued at well over 33 billion. These pesticide companies want us to keep using their chemicals.

But the reality is that alternatives to pesticides do exist such as manual or mechanical removal of weeds and pests from plants or, use of traps and lures to catch pests. Pests can be controlled by removing their pest breeding sites, planting native plants that are resistant amongst the main crop and using bio-control agents such as birds and other pest eating animals.

About one third of a pound of pesticides is required for every cotton shirt made. Every time we don conventional cotton clothing, we are literally contributing to the death of farmers and destruction of habitat. I can see some logic in the argument that pesticides are needed to keep feeding the world. It is not a view I subscribe to, but I can see the reasoning. But where is the justification in the destruction of lives and habitat just to keep us in fast, cheap fashion?

By choosing to buy organic foods and organic clothing we are making a statement. A statement that we will no longer tolerate human suffering and environmental destruction for the sake of convenience.

Fashion and Earth is an e-retailer of organic, fair trade clothing for women. They offer free shipping both ways, a very generous Rewards Program and money back guarantee. It is their mission to make it easy for you to dress with purpose. If you want to experience the feeling of wear organic clothing then click here: buy organic fair trade clothing

And we don't just mean the feeling of the fabric but also the feeling of pride and accomplishment that comes when you make that commitment of switching from fast fashion to eco-fashion! If you want to learn more about organic clothing you can visit Fashion and Earth's blog here: Organic Clothing Blog

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Sunday, June 13, 2010

An Overview of Fashion in the 1950's and 1960's

By Ann Barrago

Fashion is very important in everyday western life. It defines who you are, what group you wish to be seen to be belonging too and who you are or would like to be. Far from an excess of consumerism it is an important factor in all social groups. Modern day fashions seem to go round and round but they started off following the second world war, here is an overview of the changes that happened in the 1950's and 1960's.

1950's Fashion

In the 1950's most of people's possessions, including clothing, were passed on or recycled. With the end of rationing and post war economic growth, there came an increase in consumerism in which fashion played an important part.

Clothes became more readily available, materials and patterns to make your own, but mass production 'off the peg' clothing became available allowing people access to fashionable styles. For children there were three tiered dresses with lots of material and boleros cardigans. Coloured shorts, tartan shirts and stripy T-shirts for boys. Teddy boys dressed in drainpipe trousers, beetle crusher shoes - fluorescent pink socks and DA (Ducktail) haircuts. Leather jackets with jeans are always associated with this decade, nice boys however would look to wear sweaters and penny loafers.

In women's fashion pencil skirts were favoured by older women, whereas wide swing skirts with big hoops for jiving were popular with the younger generation. Generally a tailored, feminine look was the objective and accessories such as gloves and pearls were popular.

The shirtwaist dress was still the major staple of any woman's wardrobe, brought on from 1947 when Dior released the 'New Look' silhouette. The look was a small waist, rounded shoulders worn with petticoats underneath to increase the skirt's volume, and girdles to make the waist even smaller. Shirtwaist dresses worn without the petticoat were referred to as house dresses.

1960's Fashion

The 1960's were just as important a decade for fashion, as the 1950's before. Fashion was led by the youth of the day, their income being the highest since the end of the second world war. Fashion and the 'sense of self' came hand in hand with the music that was listened to, even creating dividing fashion cultures between young people.

The British were the leaders of western style, the most commonly known conflicting styles being the Mods and Rockers. The Mods, named after the modern jazz that they listened to, went for the highly tailored suit look, worn with an anorak over the top - and having a moped was part of the look. The rockers were more for the 50's rock 'n roll music with the jeans and leather jackets - and motorbikes rather than mopeds.

In 1964 Mary Quant introduced the 'mini' skirt which is most associated with this decade. Although Quant had been designing clothes for young people since the 50's, it was from this point in the sixties, where inexpensively made clothing suited to a busy urban lifestyle, designed in separates to be combined became most popular.

The late sixties saw the start of hippie styles. People looked to move away from the consumerism and materialism emerging with the mod and pop lifestyle. The hippie look started with frayed bell-bottomed jeans, tie-dyed shirts, workshirts, sandals and headbands. Caftans, gypsy style skirts and dresses with all the bangles and scarves started towards the end of this decade and well into the seventies.

The biggest change of all in fashion this decade was actually in men's clothing. For the first time bright colours and frills could be worn. Wide ties with stripes and prints, leather boots and the collarless jacket were making it onto the scene.

Ann Barrago - A beginners view to the arts of sewing and knitting with the view of fashions of the past.

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Saturday, June 12, 2010

High Heels Short Skirt

By San Kim Nguyen

Style and fashion can change slowly or it can change in the blink of an eye. What was once the vogue thing to wear yesterday can suddenly become the most avoided article the next just because of some celebrity. But while the fashion world is filled with a variety of changes every now and then, there are some things that come into the world and find a way to stay no matter what. Sure their popularity might drop a bit but they never truly disappear. Take something like high heels and short skirts.

High heels and short skirts have been around for quite some time. The former has been around for centuries while the latter is a bit of a more recent addition in comparison. While the two have come and gone in the fashion world as styles change they have always been there in the background as people still like to wear them. Every now and again they will surge to front pages again for a while only to slowly fade back into the background again for a short while.

High heels have been around for quite a long time. While the precise date of their 'official' invention is uncertain many attribute it to a short of the Duke of Orleans somewhere in the 16th century. To raise her stature amongst her fellow nobles she commissioned a pair of shoes with raised heels and toes - much like a platform shoe but more like the modern high heel - so that she would appear taller than she really was. The invention caught on and since then the high heel has changed shape and size to the rather standard form we know today. While the history is rather long when it comes to high heels, short skirts do not have a history as ancient.

Unlike high heels, short skirts only made their real appearance in the 1960's with the introduction of the miniskirt. While its actual inception was closer to the end of World War II, the 1960's saw the arrival and staying power of the short skirt we are so familiar with today. While the style waned a bit in the 1970's, the 80's brought it back into fashion and since then it has come into and out of style as years go by. The designer Mary Quant is often attributed to the 'invention' of the miniskirt who along with Jean Shrimpton brought one of the most daring articles of clothing to the world.

While they have been around a while, many women today still wear high heels. Short skirts are also still found here and there and worn by many different women - usually of the young variety. They are steadfast parts of the fashion world that are not likely to disappear overnight. While they may fade into the background for a while, they will certainly always have a part in many people's minds and hearts for a long time to come.

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Sunday, June 6, 2010

Barbie Costumes - Dress Into Timeless Beauty!

By Nicole W Peterson

Barbie has attracted the imagination of every girl since its introduction. Since then dressing up like the baby doll and to look as pretty as her has been the wish of many teens and young girls. So much so that when it comes to dressing for a fun party like Halloween then a barbie costume tops the lot. And, if you too want to give yourself or your little child a princess look and dress like the timeless doll then shop for Barbie costumes and make your long-cherished dream true. Barbie costumes are perfect for any fun based parties and the wearer is sure to get noticed and complimented.

Young girls wishing to dress as Barbie have plenty of varieties to choose from. The Barbie doll has undergone many changes in looks since its introduction. There are costumes available depicting the various looks of the Barbie doll. There are many versions of Barbie costumes with each presenting a different Barbie look.

You can also choose from many colors and sizes. In addition to various varieties in costume, you can also give yourself a completely new look with a range of accessories available in the market. There are many complementary accessories available with which you can give yourself your own unique version of a Barbie glam look.

The Barbie costumes are available in many sizes and designed to suit girls of all ages and sizes. So, whether your child is a toddler or into the early teens, you can surely get an elegant Barbie costume for her and make her dress like a princess for the party. While shopping for a Barbie costume for your child, it is important that you only buy authentic costumes and that too from a licensed seller. The authentic costumes of Barbie not only are neatly designed but are also made using the finest quality of fabrics that ensures longevity of the costumes and comfort for the wearer. The second important thing is to buy complementary accessories so as to give your child the perfect Barbie look.

There are many online costume stores that specialize in Barbie costumes. You can visit these costume stores and pick your choice from their stocks. So, realize the dreams of your baby girl to dress and look like a Barbie and let her have unlimited fun in the party. And share her smiles and happiness!

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Why Vintage Will Never Go Out of Style

By Michael S. Jones

When we use the term "Vintage" the first thing that comes to our mind is Movie Stars. It was all about the glitz, glamour and the way they carried themselves. The era between the 1950's and 1960's was all about the silhouettes as well as the groovy hippie age. The classic that we have stashed away in our closet is priceless. Vintage women's clothing never goes out of style. It includes evening wear, daily casuals as well as Chinese dresses. You will even find handpicked dresses that will have their original style which will blend in with modern day style.

Even if your just a vintage enthusiast you will find a wide range of clothing that is available on the net which you can choose from. In previous eras, batik prints as well as ethic printed dresses were very much in vogue. You will find a wide variety of sweaters, cardigans, beaded sweaters, cashmere and turtle neck sweaters. Even in skirts you will find something that you will like from circle skirts, A-lines, calicos, poodle skirt, kilts, leather crochets as well as wraps. To make things even more exciting you can even check out vintage women's clothing - swim suits and cover up pieces from the 50's, 60's, 70's.

It's a feeling of nostalgia when you take a trip back to the 60's mixing and matching floral prints with paisley patterns. The bohemian fur collar with a detailed mini dress with ethnic sandals, were the perfect hippie look for that era. Vintage women's clothing is a must have in a girls closet. The perfect outfit will be a little black dress that will see you through a lot of occasions. You will be able to accessorize it with tulle, sequins and lace. There will be a wide selection to choose from. You can even experiment with the neckline - it could be crochet with a hint of color or perhaps even floral embroidery.

Whenever shopping for vintage women's clothing you should consider the designer, since it needs to fit into your budget. If you can afford luxurious items as well as brands then you will have a lot of people envying your dressing style. If it is pinching your pocket then you should first try to find a local vintage store that will keep such clothing. It highly advisable to be patient while looking for the perfect vintage outfit since a lot of searching will be required. You should be able to find a reasonable price range between 10$ to 100$.

Another tip to remember is that you check the piece thoroughly before you purchase the piece to make certain that there are no stains or the cloth is not ripped anywhere.

You can find some really informative content on the internet, if you would like to do any kind of research to narrow down your options while finding the right vintage women's clothing for yourself. These dresses can also be repeated since you can accessorize them with beautiful embellishments that will give you a new look every time you choose to wear a vintage dress. If you still are not sure about what will look the best on you, you can go through some old magazines that will give you some tips on what blouse will go with which pair of jeans or which dress pattern would look the best.

Say soft elegant drama in fabric and it screams vintage back at you. Find Vintage Women's Clothing at... and make an unparalleled entre at your next social do.

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Saturday, June 5, 2010

Style Icon Profile - How to Dress Like Jackie Kennedy Onassis

By Cindi B

Ah yes, here is a name that draws an intake of breath in admiration, be you man or woman, this is a woman that has been admired for generations for an infinite number of reasons. If you ARE a woman, then you know full well just why she is so adored. It is no secret that I heart Jackie O, and I know that I am just one of many women that ... even generations after she is gone, I join a throng of followers in the shadows of grace and elegance that she left behind.

Many do not know that Jackie Kennedy Onassis was a social debutante before she was a First Lady, and it was her blue blood upbringing that taught her the importance of timeless style. She knew and reveled in French couture long before she met Mr. John. And then she became the First Lady in many more sense of the word.

She was THE "first" Lady to bring glamor to the White House. She then wore modest but traditional fashion with her fawn coats, clean suits, A-line frocks, and infamous pillbox hats. She perfected the little black dress like nobody else could, and she did so with the help of her favorite designers Dior, Givenchy, and Chanel. Even when JFK's death ravaged a nation, she mourned him in nothing else but a coat of strength and a simple but stunning Valentino dress.

One could say that in terms of becoming a star, she had it "easy" by being the First Lady to one of America's most beloved and most famous Presidents. (but I am sure if you ask ANY First Lady that "easy" is not a word they would use to describe their life) During her years as First Lady anyone that was able to watch her youthful elegance grace the small screen could say this was a woman that coined the term "star quality".

She was one half of one of America's most famous power couples, but the key to her infamous style and grace was not about being married to a very powerful man. She proved this by stepping outside the widow's box and being a power woman and inspiration to us all for generations to come.

After his death, she no longer needed tradition and simplicity, and broke out of the political mode spicing up her wardrobe with dramatic but punchy changes. She moved towards Caroline Hererra's work with polka dotted rockabilly dresses, polka dotted sunglasses paired with flared gypsy skirts, and wide legged pantsuits that today, are even more popular than they were then ... all because of Jackie O.

Jackie O's style lives on today, and it is this timeless elegance that continues an era of romance in fashion that is very difficult to replicate. Her exquisite taste has been embodied by more than a handful of commercial labels and designers, and the Little Black Dress has done more than just ... live on. Her greatest accessory was always confidence, and though any woman can dress like Jackie O, not every woman can embody her style.

Cindi is a self proclaimed hopeless romantic and a future style icon herself. She follows the trends of yesterday and teaches fellow fashionistas how to use them to create contemporary looks. Follow Cindi's style tips and advice in her fashion blog and her most contemporary finds with timeless pieces with her favorite label at

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Thursday, June 3, 2010

Baja Pullover Hippie Hoodie

By Jose Franela

Don't run from your hippie side; embrace it with a Baja Hoodie. This comfy wear brings out the laid back side in anyone who puts one on. Mexican clothing that once was considered "uncool", is now off the chart cool. Any flower child or flower child wanna be will feel right at home in this relaxed casual wear.

Hanging out with friends in the mall, or at a concert, hiking in the woods on a camping trip or just lounging in the house, the Baja Hoodie can complement the wardrobe of any rocker, rapper, gangster, or mommy and daddy. Children like the comfort of the looseness and unbinding comfort of this shirt and almost wear it like a security blanket. Versatile and wearer friendly, this type of shirt can be worn with jeans or shorts.

Gender friendly as well, both men and women will enjoy the comfort of woven cotton and its loose fit. These relaxing hoodies make the wearer feel safe and cozy while providing warmth and protection from outside elements in the winter, yet lightweight enough to be worn on a cool summer evening.

If one doesn't purchase this fantastic hippie clothing for one's own self, then keep in mind what a wonderful gift this hoodie will make. Sure to please, there's not a person, male or female, that would turn one down and find that it's literally their favorite wardrobe piece. In the end, one will find that it is a wardrobe staple and a must have. An internet search will lead the shopper to a multitude of selections. Any department store will have a selection of these fabulous hoodies, one has but to look.

Buy the baja pullover and the baja hoodie online at Mexican Threads.

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