Yes, a woman named Annabelle Beardsley. The story goes that she came up with a way to fashion a flapper dress out of a hat. But the idea to start a fashionable fashion trend was not Beardsley’s. She came over from England to Paris to study at Académie des Beaux Arts. She decided to do something with her studies, and that was invent a fancy dress that she liked. She decided to keep it as a secret for a few years so she could test out the idea with other students. And this was where her obsession with fashion began. She decided she had to find a way to make it a fashion trend, and she came up with the flapper dress.
So now you know about the flapper dress.
The dress is a simple affair that’s worn over a jacket. There’s an elastic belt with a tie that wraps around your waist in a bun. It’s long, short and a simple statement piece. And it’s made from some pretty basic pieces to begin with. The only embellishment is the bow and the beaded pouf that goes over the left shoulder. You could also wear a ribbon for a sparkly feel, but that just adds a bit more interest to the outfit.
Let’s get started on how to get this cute flapper dress into the closet.
With a mere 4% of the population that is actually a farmer, we have come a long way in supporting our local food systems. We’ve built a number of programs that help provide funding for community-based food projects and for seed and crop education which we hope to continue to grow in the future. The Farmstead Food Coop started in the mid-90s with just a couple of people and with the help of many other local farmers that helped fund many of them and are also proud to be part of both the Farmer’s Cooperative and the Food Coop.
So with this year’s Farmstead Food Coop being named this year’s Top Farmer Coop in the Country and with hundreds of farmsteaders coming together to support one another we are looking ahead to 2018 with hope. That said, we know what we are going to be focused on next year from the very beginning…we are launching a new seed program in collaboration with The ROC!
A Seed-to-Market Program
We are expanding our new Seed-to-Market program and it has received a lot of discussion this year. The new initiative focuses on community-level
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