Fashion

Sewing up the soap market

Meet Kim,┬áproprietor of South Street Soapworks of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin. She’s a talented and creative lady, developing sumptuous fragrances for her creamy soaps and nourishing lotions. Yes, I’m a fan!

31052191_10214108785547811_4271106523582693376_oThis busy entrepreneur wanted to promote her business. Being stylish, she chose Rare Threads Studio. She described what she liked — all things French in warm Tuscan colors like butter yellow, sage green, toasty browns and rich pomodoro reds. Sounds delicious, right? Just wait till you try her bath salts!

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Working with her jean jacket, I converted her logo – a proud and distinctly French rooster weathervane – into stitches, and surrounded him with flowers painted in her favorite colors. Note the sage, butter, toast and tomatoes…

IMG_1305My personal favorite is the Fig, Rosemary and Thyme. Oh my. And the Clary Sage and Mint. C’est magnifque!

Another jacket scored a facelift with some francophile adornments, and just a hint of the soap you might delight in.

Au revoir, my friends! Life is tres bon, n’est-ce pas?!

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