“sut mae ffasiwn a grëwyd”

Mae’r wisg sy’n cael ei hystyried yn wisg genedlaethol wedi’i seilio ar y dillad a wisgid gan wragedd cefn gwlad Cymru yn ystod y bedwaredd ganrif ar bymtheg, sef pais wlanen resog a wisgid o dan goban neu wn agored, gyda ffedog, siôl a hances neu gap. Roedd steil y gwn yn amrywio – gellid cael gwn llac fel côt, gwn gyda bodis wedi’i ffitio a sgert hir a hefyd gwn byr, a oedd yn debyg iawn i wisg farchogaeth.
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Casgliad RST2011 Christopher Kane yw hwn. Mae’r print ar y dillad yn brydferth ac yn amrywiol iawn. Dywedodd Christopher Kane ei fod yn hoffi’r ‘syniad o gynydd ffrwydrol allanol’ oedd yn y print yma. Ond fel popeth gan Christopher Kane mae yna wrthgyferbyniaeth amlwg rhwng golau a thywyllwch, a defnyddiau ysgafn a thrwm. e.e mae yna siaced lledr a sgert chiffon yn sownd iddo.
Women’s clothing in 1980 ran the gamut from conservative to opulent fantasy. Many designers reached back in history for inspiration. The looked to the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, the Victorian era and even the Peruvian Indians for something “new.” A few avant-garde designers took their cues from futurism and designed clothes that looked like uniforms for space travel.
Pembrokeshire College Assessor, Huw Jones visits Dan on a regular basis as part of his apprenticeship, “I know both boys well and they have made Pembrokeshire proud – although I must admit I had to do a double take when I first saw them on screen!”
College Level 3 Motor Vehicle apprentice, Dan Griffiths competed against former student, Emrys Wilson for the chance to receive a cash prize of £3,000, be on the cover of Aston Martin’s Vantage magazine and model clothes for worldwide safety clothing brand, Dickies. Both reached the final with Emrys scooping first cyrff yr anifeiliaid hyn yn eu defnyddio i wneud rhai dyluniadau anhygoel. Mae plygiau clustiau llaw, modrwyau, clustdlysau, ac ati, ar gael ar y safle, sy’n unigryw yn ei ffordd ei hun. Ein nod yw rhoi gemwaith clust cyfforddus i chi gyda dyluniadau traddodiadol da ac ansawdd uchel mewn cytgord llawn â natur. Mae’r gemwaith hyn yn gartref gyda chariad a sylw llawn.
Cain, disgleirio, ac yn ysgafn yn cael eu prif nodweddion y glamorous mwclis rhuddem mwclis grisial crog mawr jewelry set mwclis trawiadol ffasiwn mwclis merched yn dod o Meini Masnach sy’n un o’r gwneuthurwyr proffesiynol a chyflenwyr ar gyfer gwahanol jewelries priodas yn Yiwu, Tsieina. Os bydd gennych ddiddordeb ynddo, os gwelwch yn dda mae croeso i cyfanwerthu jewelry gan ein ffatri.
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Piroll – Portffolio WordPress Themaidd a Modern Portffolio. Mae’r Piroll wedi’i ddylunio ar gyfer unrhyw fath o bortffolio: yn ogystal ag ar gyfer dylunwyr, ffotograffwyr, asiantaethau gwe a stiwdios, gweithwyr llawrydd ac yn y blaen. Mae’r thema yn hawdd ei ddefnyddio gyda thudalen gweledol a adeiladwyr portffolio wedi’u bwndelu.
Deutsch: Andreja Pejić (* 28. August 1991 in Tuzla, Jugoslawien) ist ein australisches Model kroatisch-serbischer Herkunft. Er ist vor allem für sein androgynes Äußeres bekannt und präsentiert, wie zum Beispiel bei den Paris Fashion Weeks Januar 2011 für Gaultier, sowohl Herren- als auch Damen-Mode. Im Januar 2011 belegte er Rang 16 unter den Top 50 der männlichen Models bei models.com
Fashion trends in clothing and accessories vary enormously, and there will undoubtedly be someone, somewhere who wants what you and your new business can produce. But in order to achieve success in this field, it is vital that you understand your customer, possibly more than in any other type of business, because fashion is so intensely personal. I am not going to try to predict any trends, because I know little about them. Mind you, I wonder if the professionals do either. A recent Sunday Times article in the ‘News’ section predicted that high heels were on the way out. Women are apparently turning more to flats or sports shoes. However in their ‘Style’ supplement the same week, an article featured their 6 best new shoe designers. Every single one of the designers was producing shoes with high heels. You could probably find equally contrasting views in every area of fashion. So who’s right? Forget about trends. If you think you can produce some really good clothing, bags, knitwear or jewellery go ahead and produce it because, such is the broad range of peoples’ tastes, the chances are someone, somewhere will want to buy it. A market that needs testing, initially you may want to try things out on a small scale – ‘test market’ your products – to see which of your range of products has most appeal. You can sell online via eBay, or use Facebook to connect with your existing friends. You can work with suitable existing retail outlets, or use marketing groups such as ‘Made in Cumbria’. At this stage you really are ‘testing’, and the more complex the product, the more testing you need to do. An ex-colleague of mine used to develop new products for Karrimor and he often asked me to try some new piece of equipment or clothing. I well remember being told that a new material for a waterproof coat was ‘even better than Gore-tex’. Ten minutes in a heavy rainstorm proved otherwise! You have to do equivalent tests. Is it the right make of zip? Which type of thread works best with a particular item? Should you use brass or stainless steel for the buckle? All this needs to be done in the development and testing stage, before you even start trading properly. If you have graduated from one of the textile or fashion design courses run by colleges or universities, this process should be taught as part of your course. But if you are entering the market without that background, you will need to make sure you do a lot of testing. And product testing is something you should continue throughout your business life, because there will always be new materials or new designs that you can incorporate into your products.
Ry’n ni wedi cyffroi, bydd y 4ydd a’r olaf o siwmperi Nadolig ar draethau yn cael ei greu fory (Mercher, 6/12) ar #YnysyBarri i godi ymwybyddiaeth o #diwrnodsiwmpernadolig Dyma sut aeth hi ar draethau 1-3 Dewch draw! 🎄🎄🎄 We are so excited, our 4th and final beach Christmas jumper will be created tomorrow (Weds, 6/12) at #BarryIsland to raise awareness of #christmasjumperday Here’s how beaches 1-3 worked out..youtu.be/HMljeQ7nwaA Come and see us!
Bu’r Arglwyddes Llanofer, gwraig i un o feistri haearn Gwent, yn frwd dros wisg ‘genedlaethol’ a byddai’n annog pobl i’w gwisgo yn ei chartref ac mewn eisteddfodau. Credai ei bod yn bwysig annog pobl i ddefnyddio’r iaith Gymraeg ac i wisgo dillad nodweddiadol Gymreig. Llwyddodd yn hyn o beth, a hynny’n bennaf oherwydd fod pobl yn teimlo bod eu hunaniaeth genedlaethol o dan fygythiad. Roedd gwisgo gwisg genedlaethol yn un ffordd o hyrwyddo’r hunaniaeth honno.
Rwan, allai’m dweud dim byd drwg am yr esgidiau yma. Dwi’n hoff iawn o ‘brogues’, a’r hysbyseb yma gan Russell&Bromley yn Elle blwyddyn diwethaf ddechreuodd fy obsesiwn gyda’r esgidiau hen ddynion yma. ‘Berry Brouge’ ydyn nhw, a dwi’n meddwl eu bod hi’n iawn i ddweud mai dyma fy hoff esgidiau fflat erioed. Efallai dyma pam dwi’n hoff o’r esgidiau Balenciaga oherwydd rwy’n gweld tebygolrwydd i’r rhain ynddyn nhw.

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