It’s February already and it’s about to end!
I hope your year is off to a great start! 2021 was packed with life lessons and I am sure you have had the pleasure of reflecting on and mapping out your “move it forward” attitude and plans for 2022. If not, don’t be hard on yourself. I am just happy that you are here. 🙂
So be kind to you and take your time. I am definitely taking the time I need to get focused in 2022. Most of January and February for me was dedicated to doing just that.
As I look back on the past two years at some of the shifts that took place particularly around my wardrobe, I can’t help but reimagine these changes in relation to my handmade business.
You and your wardrobe should work in unison. There have been shifts in our personal styles as we’ve navigated the pandemic/work-from-home/quarantine culture. Am I lying?
2020 transformed not only our physical wardrobe but also our personal style. Prior to the pandemic, I was at home fully focused on building my fashion business and taking it to the next level.
I would be lying if I said those plans haven’t changed since then. They did. Creativity never left but that energy and drive at the top of 2020 took a hit.
These past couple of years, I have been focused on how to be consistent but also how to be strategic as I keep the dream alive of Amshina and I re-imagine the handmade future of my business.
This year I hope to continue in a more intentional way by responding to the new needs of my clientele and finding inspiration to re-imagine the handmade collection.
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Finally, what can you expect this year? More colour, more print and more functionally classic silhouettes that change the way you look at your personal style and wardrobe. I can’t wait to share all the fun mini-collections I have in store for you.
Thanks for stopping by.
I hope to provide you with more updates monthly and share those new things that I will be working on creatively.
Stay well until we meet again.
The sewing chronicles continue.