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Looking Back and Ahead


In the next month work begins on the new Harris Tweed collection for fall 2011. I've already imported a nice selection of tweed from Scotland in beautiful shades of deep ocean blue, heathered blues, speckled grayish blues and a variety of check/plaids. The main theme will be earthy browns and coastal blues. Can't wait to get started!


And wishing all the dad's out there a very Happy Father's Day!

Comments

Loddelina said…
The colour scheme for the new season sounds great!

I just noticed how your two tone carryall looks smaller on the above picture compared to the listing photo on the right, where you are leaning forward...
It just shows how hard it is to show the real size of our bags!

Enjoy the rest of your Sunday, Elisa!
Loddelina- Actually I do not notice that much of a difference in the bag size in the two photos. But I do notice that I look real tall in the photo above since my legs are cut off in such a way that it's hard to tell where my legs end. hehehe
I know what you mean about size, Loddelina--it's the same with almost everything that goes on the web--even jewelry.

Elisa, you look beautiful AND tall!
Dawn- Thank you! My dream was to be tall but at 5'3" all I can do is create an illusion. lol!
And yes, it is hard to get a true to life/size picture of anything. I notice that when I crop my modeling photos too much the bags appear larger. So I always try to get as much of a full body pose as I can.
Coastal blues sound just lovely!

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