Art TuGo – Featuring Jordan Robinson

Hello Loves,

I just found out my friend Jordan is making these stunning bags and, I had to share them with you all! I meant Jordan in my first semester studying Fashion Merchandising. She sat down next to me in class and, we have been friends ever since. You may have seen my YouTube video featuring Jordan from two years ago. Now, she is back at it, being her fantastically creative self. It is always my favorite time in a designers career to get in just when they are starting out. The ability to see a brand grow, develop and, prosper is an amazing experience.

 

Art TuGo  is, ” Inspired by Modern art & urban street fashion. Art TuGo handbags are for the fashionistas who aren’t afraid to stand out from the crowd.”

You can find Jordan’s Art TuGo line of handbags on her etsy store. Let her know I sent you her way and, tag me if you buy a bag @allievluv I’d love to see you rocking the lastest fashion trend!

                          Art TuGo Etsy Shop

                                                    

 

Trending: Vibram Furoshiki

Hello Loves,

I was searching online today through facebook and, I found the link to some new and, awesome vibram shoes. They fold over your feet instead of tying them up. they are so new I am only finding one review for them on YouTube. From watching the review it looks like the shoe could use a little more support/stability. I am wondering if I were to walk around int the shoe if my toe would keep slipping forward? I have not ha luck with getting vibram shoes second hand in the past because they don’t seems to fit vibram-wrap-shoesquite right. If I could actually try on a vibram shoe at the store I’m sure I could find my fit. As the vibram furoshiki is a new trend within the fitness industry is it possible companies like Nike will hop on board to make a similar shoe? The look of this shoe is much more attractive then the 5 finger vibrams which might make them more appealing to the customer. The guy that did the review said that he would be returning the shoe because of the fit and the fabric. he fabric looked extremely thin which is a little alarming when it is there to protect your foot. When I first saw them  thought they’d be great for Italy; they don’t look like sneaker and, they are stylish enough to par with jeans. Than, watching the review I decided they are probably not quite right for my feet. I went to the website to investigate further and, they were over $100 so, I wouldn’t be able to get them anyway. I shop a lot of second hand for a reason. Do you think this trend will catch on or do you think it will be a dud poll in with your comments down below.

Have an enlightening and adventurous day,

allie