Serial Bookmarker: Wardrobe Remix!

One way I look for new color and texture combinations is perusing the hundreds of photos that are posted to the Flickr group Wardrobe Remix. While Fashion Week, Pantone, and the like are great resources for color, WR is a good resource for me because feels like it is an “unedited” feel to it where I have the potential to see anything from anywhere around the world and also see what type of styles/customer I could see wearing my stuff. Wardrobe Remix is photo group on Flickr.com where people post pictures of their daily outfits, and is one of the largest street fashion groups I have found online.

Here’s the description from the Flickr page:

“Wardrobe_remix, a “DIY street fashion community,” was created by tricia royal in September of 2005. tricia’s blog can be found here: www.bitsandbobbins.com/journal. wardrobe_remix is a DO IT YOURSELF street fashion community. i believe the best stylists walk the streets, not the photo sets, nor the backstage of the runways. the real style innovators are you and me: real, fashionable people, men and women alike. how do *you* put it together? where did you get that item of clothing from? is there a story behind something you wear? a reason why you wear specific styles or types of clothing, or a particular item all the time? whatever you wear, wherever it’s source (designer, mass-market/high street, thrift/charity, handmade–it’s ALL good): show us how you CREATIVELY put your everyday duds together! post your photograph in wardrobe_remix, and tell us about what you are wearing and why”

I love it! Check it out…Wardrobe Remix

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