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Thursday, January 31, 2013

Why White In Winter?

I no longer agree with the concept of not wearing white beyond Labor Day. I have come to see the color white as a great compliment to the barrenness and (sometimes) refreshing whiteness of winter.

I especially find that wearing anything white (especially a whole outfit) does wonders for purifying my senses. It adds a very refined and pristine feeling to your character. It raises the thought vibrations to higher levels, meaning that you don't continuously find yourself bogged down by negative thoughts that come up.

White is the color of rebirth as well, so wear it when you want to shed off the old and start fresh with something new and inviting in your life. White will help usher the newness in!

Stop by the online PRASM store to view our entire collection of color-style belts and socks for men and women!

Have a great rest of the week!

Patrice (Artsy Scribing and Design)

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Color Yourself Happy in 2013!

I had really been feeling all of the fabulous colors and abstract styles that exploded on the fashion scene in 2012! It showed me that color alone could be the centerpiece of a look, not only flashy, heavily patterned and glammed up looks, but COLOR.

I decided to post the above pic to showcase the lovely yellow. Years ago I would've frowned at hot yellow pants, but over the past 2 years color has exploded back on the scene and is more hot than ever! This time color is back in a very stylish and chic way, as fashion continues to evolve year after year.

So the moral of this short post, let some bold colors into your wardrobe this year! Make it the center of your attire and fashion everything else you wear around it. Not only will this set you apart from the crowd, but it'll do wonders for your psyche and self confidence. To make a long story short, there's the high chance of feeling like the most fabulous thing strutting! Color has the power to do this to our moods and energy! So get to strutting in your color-styles!


Post by Trice Lashea for Artsy Scribing Design.