Wardrobe Got the Blahs? Let the Power of '3' Work Its Magic!


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tater03 on November 16th, 2007
Very interesting article. I never really thought about the number 3 in those respects but after reading it makes sense.
By the way I miss the show Charmed.

Bobo on November 16th, 2007
MMm I loved the 3 sisters too! That sure is an interesting article on adding that dash of colour! Thanks! I will try it out today!

Fashion Zealot on November 17th
That’s an awesome way of relating power of 3 into fashion! I definitely learned something from this article…Thanks! Btw, I loved the Charmed Ones too, especially Phoebe. IMO, she’s the most fashionable among the Halliwell sisters….

SageMother on November 17th
When Magick works it works in many places. The color aspect is a nice touch in this article as well.

Dena on November 19th
I used to love that show. I never really thought about the power of 3 in regards to fashion. Thanks

Samantha on November 20th, 2007
I have to admit I love black. I love black in the most basic, monochrome sense. But I also do enjoy that pop of colour to which she refers and when you think of it, the rule is applied to other areas in which we incorporate colour, too — i.e. decor.
I really like this season’s neutral, grey, with her rule of three premise. During the winter months especially, we all need that pop factor!

Imaginary Diva on December 1st, 2007
Fashion Zealot, I really thought also that it's a good way to relate to all of our inner powers that we haven't tapped into.
And that being fashion….. There's a fashionista inside us just waiting to be unleashed.

Imaginary Diva on December 1st, 2007
SageMother, the magic really does work in this article.
Wardrobe is just a matter of illusion at times isn’t it? But it does so much wonders.

Imaginary Diva on December 1st, 2007
Dena, I never would have associated it either.
But, you know, there’s always been a lot of mystique to things being in groups of three.

Imaginary Diva on December 2nd, 2007
Samantha, anything goes with black. That’s why it’s so safe to buy traditional pieces in black.
I do splurge on the *splashes* of colour though, like metalic and patent heels, accessories and even on nail polish.

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