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thefashiongeeker:Maxi sequined pleated dress, because there is...
Since this necklace was featured in my previous post, I suppose now would be the right time to share it! I just sold my third recreation of this design, but have no current plans to remake it, so any gal that must have it, send me a direct message with a custom order request!😘❤️
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This one sold to the same lovely lady as the previous post: we certainly don't need to guess what HER favorite color is!! 😃😂 This is one of my more dainty designs; I love the rich color, but didn't want it to overwhelm. And thus ends my final blue design for the time being! 😉
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celebsofcolor: Naomi Campbell attends the PAT McGRATH LABS...
Sold!😃Did you know that (aside from the classics like silver, gold, black) blue is statistically the most liked color? I was surprised when I heard this. I'm not sure what my favorite color is now, but I definitely knew as a teenager that I was obsessed with the colors red and black. By the way, props to anyone who immediately thought of this: red, the color of angry men, black, the color of ages past, red, the color of desire, black, the night that ends at last! And props to anyone who even recognizes the line!! Yup, in high school I wore almost exclusively red and black, but I'll admit that I was a broody little teenager! 😅Now, I don't know if I have a favorite color… do you? 🤔
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Delighted to have the opportunity to see these one off masterpieces by Christian Dior. The Dior à Versailles Côté Jardins collection is an elegant and vibrant tribute to the Versailles palace gardens, reminding me of different features of its design.
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You know, talking about selling the same design five times with pride stirred up a very interesting memory: the last time I ever attempted to sell my jewelry locally. I did a couple craft fairs before, without great success. In fact, only one of those two times did I even cover the losses of the venue fee. This last time, Pottery Barn wanted to feature two local artisans within their store. Because they had no venue charge, I decided, “Why not? After all, what do I have to lose?" So, I set up my stand and hoped for the best. It turned out that the other local artisan was also a jeweler, but very different in style compared to my own. Her designs were much simpler; a single pendant on a chain, a single strand of larger beads for a bracelet, a single bead dangling from a fish hook earring clasp, you get the picture. I spent all day sitting across from her. The experience was so surprising to me! I watched as customers would enter the store, look at my jewelry displays and say, “Wow! How long does it take you to make these?" They would look at my displays for a while, smile at me and move on to the other jeweler. They would look at her display, and within a minute or two, they would purchase an item from her. When they left, I would watch her reach into this large cardboard box that she kept beneath her table. I would see her pick up an exact replica of what she just sold, and replace the item on her display. All day I watched this, over and over. She made so many sales, and each time she sold an item, she'd reach into that box and pull out another replica. Other than compliments, the day was a total bust for me and I made no sales. By the end of the day, when we were ready to pack up, the other jeweler walked up to me. She essentially let me know that I wasn't doing this right. She told me that I had too many different designs on display. She brought me to her display to use as example. She told me, “See, I only have 10 items on display. This makes it less cluttered and easier for the buyer to choose an item. Then, when the item sells, I make sure to have at least 20 copies of the item to replace it each time it sells." I thanked her, but (continued in next convo)

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