#FALLFASHION — George Sherman Clothiers

With advances in technology, guys no longer have to iron or take their dress clothes to the cleaners (or to mom).

George Sherman of George Sherman Clothiers said what men have come to expect from athletic wear now can be found in dress shirts and pants. Continue reading

#FALLFASHION — R. Tabb and Company

In a college town, Fall equals football, Rush, students returning to campus, cooler temperatures are on the way and so many fun activities.

And those fun activities require breaking out the Fall wardrobe and adding a few trendy pieces.

Rebecca Tabb of R. Tabb & Company, said blush and burgundy are “big colors this fall,” which coordinates perfectly with the team colors of our favorite college football team.

She said another “huge” fall trend is ripped or distressed jeans. She also said booties and over-the-knee boots will also be big this fall.

“And for Mississippi weather, layering is a must,” Tabb said. “Light weight jackets and long cardigan sweaters will also be big this fall.”


A portion of this story was published in the Aug. 31, 2017 WELCOME BACK edition of The Starkville Daily News.

#TuesdayTips: How to be a fashion designer by Jo Wray

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Jo Wray of Wild Flower Heart Clothing Designs said to be or not to be a fashion designer is a tough choice.

“Fashion designers lead a busy, secretive life, so getting them to talk to you about becoming one yourself and investing a small fortune on an unknown future is difficult,” Wray said. “This career is not simple because fashion designers work very hard for their fame and money. To be successful, you must plan from the beginning. Planning is makes the battle half won.” Continue reading