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The Proper Clothing to Wear to an Office Vs. Inappropriate Clothing
by jch in Careers & Job Searching
What is considered the proper clothing to wear to work can be confusing with vague terms like "business casual" and "casual Friday." Office dress codes can also vary greatly depending upon the type of business. Dressing appropriately for the office can be essential to having a successful career. Women's Office WearWomen should avoid revealing too much skin, whether it is plunging necklines, min

How to Turn 2010 Clothing Into 1970s Clothing
by Czech Republic in Fashion, Style & Personal Care
You don't always need to hunt through thrift stores for genuine vintage pieces to get the 1970s look. It is often possible to re-create key trends from an era by carefully selecting and customizing modern items of clothing. Pay attention to the most exaggerated features of 70s style, and apply these to your own look -- the right silhouette, colors and accessories can take your outfit back in time.

Hemp Clothing Vs. Wool Clothing
by keird in Fashion, Style & Personal Care
The type of fiber used to make clothing determines its comfort, durability and quality. Hemp and wool fibers are used in a variety of clothes and shoes and share some similarities, but also have some differences. Hemp fiber, also used in the shipping industry for sails, canvas and rope, is a durable textile fiber known for retaining its shape well. Wool is a thick fiber known for its insulation pr

How to Convert Clothing to Maternity Clothing
by S Hall in Fashion, Style & Personal Care
Updating your wardrobe to reflect your newly-pregnant shape doesn't have to be expensive or difficult. Since you'll only wear maternity items for a few months, there's no need to spend a fortune on a whole new wardrobe. You can convert items in your wardrobe to fit your baby belly for just a few dollars. This way, you can maintain your sense of style and customize the fit of your clothing, ensurin

The Differences Between Korean Traditional Clothing & Japanese Traditional Clothing
by Edwin41 in Culture & Society
While traditional Korean and Japanese clothing may look similar in some ways, traditional garments for men and women are quite different in Korean and Japanese culture. While the best-known and most common traditional garment in modern Japan is the kimono, worn by both men and women for special occasions, in Korea, the traditional garment for formal events is the hanbok. While in both cultures, th

How to Dye Clothing
by ronansprake in Fashion, Style & Personal Care
Shopping for clothing can be frustrating if you are looking for something in a color that you just can't find. One of the most overlooked and under-appreciated ways to deal with this situation is to dye your clothing to the color you desire. By hand dyeing clothing, you have complete control over exactly what color it will be. It's also inexpensive and simple enough for a beginner.Difficulty:Mod
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How to Get Wax out of Clothing
by Keoki619 in Home & Garden
In this article I will tell you how to get candle wax out of your clothing. Is a virtually painless, and simple method that has worked for me in the past several times over.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Clothing Iron
Paper Towels

Plug in and heat up your clothing iron on a low warm setting. Prepare your clothing and lay out clothing on a firm surface,

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How to Get Ink Pen Out of Clothing
by Igal in Fashion, Style & Personal Care
Tablet computers and smart phones may soon mean the end of conventional methods of transcription such as pen and ink on paper. Nonetheless, writing utensils remain invaluable tools in the business world across all realms of industry. Unfortunately, modern developments in pens have yet to ensure complete prevention of the main hazard of ink-based writing utensils: the ink stain.Difficulty:Moderatel
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DIY: '50s Clothing
by sinisterDei in Holidays & Celebrations
When assembling an outfit to emulate 1950s clothing, you can use items already in your closet, or take a trip to the local thrift store and see what you can find. Once you have a better idea of the overall '50s look, you’ll get an idea of what to put together. First you’ll want to identify what character from the 1950s you wish to depict. It might be a stereotypical teenager, a kid fro
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How to Dye Clothing With Tea
by Chris in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Tea, or Camellia Sinensis, is a plant people have used for thousands of years as a drink and a medicine. However, these aren't the only ways that tea can be used as it can also be used to dye clothes. Tea dyeing can be used to create an antiqued look or just an interesting change to the color of a garment. Being high in tannins, it does not require a mordant, a substance that keeps the dye from wa
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