My brothers and I recently drove down South to visit our Dad to celebrate his 85th birthday. The birthday celebration was really quite super! However, Dad has dementia and the way his assisted living room looked including his closet and dresser drawers was quite upsetting especially for the amount of money that is spent on care each month. One of my brothers and I took everything out of the closet and his dresser drawers. My other brother took items across the highway to be dry cleaned. We placed 4 piles of things outside his room door into the hallway, comprised of clothes that were not his, sheets and towels that were not his, pillows that weren’t his and regular trash. He was also missing clothes and items that were his.
Once we were done, his room looked amazing. We added the personalized duvet cover to his bed with a matching shower curtain in his bathroom that I designed and to avoid someone else ‘accidentally’ wearing his clothes, I personalized these six zip up sweatshirts as starters.
Next I will do T-shirts, shorts and sweatpants.
Contact me to design items for your loved ones who may also live in a group home setting whose items are often “misplaced”.
I designed my first pair of sneakers in my Artsadd shop. I noticed that the soles of this type of shoe is black and white leading me to select color files of combinations incorporating those two colors which also happens to be my favorites.
I chose black laces to complement the Black, White and Red Ellipticals pattern.
Visit my website to view a variety of other fashion wear products with this design.
What are your favorite 3 color combinations? Let me know and let’s see what we can come up with for you.
* Made from action leather, lightweight, wear-resisting and heat-proof.
* Breathable lining for added comfort, wearing soft and comfortable.
* High quality rubber out-sole, tough enough to withstand daily wear and tear.
* Lace-up closure for an adjustable fit.
Black, white and red ellipticals abstract designed cute girl’s tent dress, Mom’s elegant VP Square and Dad’s handsome neck tie is fabulously eye catching and sure to spark an exciting conversation especially when worn at a special event.
Yellow and gray embossed Chalk men’s neck tie. Conversational art as fashion all occasion yellow and gray abstract patterned men’s neck tie. Mom also has the matching VP Square dress and daughter has the tent dress. It’s a family affair.
I love taking inspiration for colors by looking at my travel photos and picking a specific hue to create a variety of home decor and fashion wear as shown in this image.
Choosing your colors from a photo or fabric can be closely matched to your wedding, honeymoon or any other special event. I created “Caribbean Blue” by using the inlet photo I took during my second visit to St. Thomas.
Do you have a favorite color that you’d like to have on a variety of fashion wear?
Pictured here is this week’s Wearable Wednesday features fabulously fun, black, yellow and white striped high top sneakers. I love stripes, they are clean and bold. The collage showcases a cute outfit for her, however, the pattern can also be considered a unisex style for him and her!
What would be your favorite stripe colors! Take the quick poll, and let me know below.