So in Ohio we finally had a beautiful spring day, the snow is melting, everyone was outside just enjoying the themselves & the beautiful weather. It was long overdue & everybody seemed to be loving it!
My pug Goliath!
But while I was at work I noticed a huge thing that is so simple that many many people do not realize. When buying a suit jacket, or a coat usually a trench, there are pieces that are generally sold to you with the garment that are not meant to be worn outside of then store.
For example, the little “x” stitch you see on the vent of the back of a blazer, suit jacket coat. Is actually called a basting stitch & is not meant to be there! It merely holds together the fabric so it doesn’t wrinkle while being sewn, shipped & displayed.
Open Vent vs Close Vent:
If you have a jacket the vent should be open & moveable! Ah, the sleeve label being left on suit jackets & coats. If you have an expensive garment it will show, it looks instantly tacky by having the sleeve label still attached. Therefore defeating the purpose of spending that much money! Sewn shut pockets can also be used & if a jacket or dress has loops that are just a thread holding the belt that should be cut off too. Display purposes only :)
That’s my fashion tip for today, but I do have a question for anyone willing to answer.. Yoga or Pilates?Pros, cons I’m curious for future reference!
Stay rad, & enjoy the rest of your day!