Thursday, June 30, 2011

"Socks" by Ida Tomshinsky (Book Review)

Once again, Ida Tomshinsky took an initiative to coordinate, evaluate, and select cultural and intellectual resources for rare field of fashion accessories. "Socks: History and Present" book by Ida Tomshinsky appeared to be a comprehensive anthology of little known history and present of footwear. Ida Tomshinsky is a long-time Librarian. She published a few poetry books, and, in 2008, she published a book entitles "Fashion Librarian" that is one of a kind in the field and continues attract both fashion scholars and young librarians. What next? Perhaps, gloves, handkerchiefs, sashes or purses.

To purchase it please go to an Online Bookstore at
Thank you for purchasing!


It's my pleasure to announce my new book publication within the History of Fashion Accessories Series. My book, "Socks," has successfully completed and available for purchases. This note is intended to supply you with information about my book -

Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4628-8698-2

How You Can Order My Book

Book page:

Author page:

  • Call: 1-888-795-4274

  • Fax: 1-610-915-0294 or 1-610-915-0293

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  • By mail, please send your order, along with a check or payment information to:

Attention: Book Orders, Xlibris, 1663 Liberty Drive, Suite 200, Bloomington, IN 47403

Thank you for purchasing my book!

"A Book, A Book, My Kingdom for the Book" (William Shakespeare)

Thursday, June 23, 2011


Wipe up spills with reusable cotton dishcloths rather than paper towels. First, they generate waste and second, they create greenhouse gas emissions during manufacturing. Due to the Natural Resources Defense Council estimates that if every U.S. household use one fewer roll of paper towels, we could save a forest or 544.00 trees.

Beside, you can save money, as dishcloths last longer as a textile item. Just laundry, and use it again.

Monday, June 13, 2011


Past weekend I used up on the beach activities. The beach look is all about fabulous swimwear. The most dominate colors are gold and pink, turquoise and white and blue strips, emerald green and taupe, yellow and orange, vintage white and tropical flowers on the black are the hot colors.
The flowers, dots, and tribal mix stand out both in bikinis and in cutout one-piece swim suites.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Fashion Statement

Bill Cunningham is a 82-year old fashion historian. His eye is always so generous and open to anything that is creative. Cunningham, who captures fashion trends in his New York Times photos, says in the the documentary film called Bill Cunningham New York: "Fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday life."