What is Up-Classic?


WSR wrist gloves and infinity scarfI love wrist warmers. I like to call them wrist gloves because I wear them almost year ’round in my office and with work clothes.   

Although they do help keep you warmer at the office by covering those pulse points, that’s not the reason I love them. 

I like the way they make my arms and hands look. I like the sleek lengthening look I can get by using classic colors and simple styling. 

And they’re great for showing off bold jewelry. They create this backdrop at the wrist that elongates the arm and hand and makes anything on your wrist stand out.

 And, if you put the wrist gloves with similar colors in pants or tops, and add a coordinating scarf – you will look slimmer all over! No kidding! 

Styling with similar coordinated solid colors creates the illusion of slimming and lengthening the torso, legs and arms while adding drama at our best features – the neck and wrist! 

I don’t know about you, but that is the kind of fashion I want; fashion that makes me look better and  accentuates my good parts.  I tend to ignore the super trendy in clothes but go for it in jewelry, scarves and accessories. 

That’s my definition of up-classic fashion.

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. sunny
    Apr 18, 2011 @ 00:11:55

    P.S. I keep eyeing the heather gray ones. They seem so versatile!

    Reply

  2. sunny
    Apr 18, 2011 @ 00:09:07

    We are of like mind on this one. I have been loving wrist gloves for the longest time, way back in high school, through college, way before it was anywhere close to popular. I still love them!

    Reply

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