Reception Venue Ideas for Small Weddings

Small weddings can be wonderful. When looking for the right place to host an intimate wedding, you need a special space that will suit the size of your event. Check out these great reception venue ideas for small weddings.

A little wedding can be done in any style. If your taste is a lace dress and classic pearl bridal jewelry, you need a classic venue. A private dining room in a country club or other private club would be ideal. You will have the tasteful setting that is in line with your sense of style, but the space will be small enough to accommodate a tiny guest list. It is important that the room be small enough that it doesn’t feel empty, yet spacious enough that people can walk around and mingle. If you want to have dancing, find out if the private dining room can accommodate musicians.

For a chic reception with a smallish guest list, a wine bar would be fantastic. It is a very sophisticated setting, perfect for an evening reception. Host a late reception so that you do not have to serve a full meal. A nice selection of tapas, cheeses, fruits, and other small bites will be a wonderful accompaniment to the wine. Give wine charms as the wedding favors so people can slip them on their glasses and use them at the reception. A French croquemboche would be a stylish alternative to a traditional tiered wedding cake.

If you and your fiance are art lovers, a small gallery is a fun wedding venue idea. With the art providing the décor, you will only need to bring in minimal decorations. The groom can wear a dark suit, and the bride a fashion-forward wedding dress with unique bridal jewelry. Ideally, you can find a gallery that has experience hosting events, since it can be trickier to organize a party in a place that has never hosted one before. Be sure to ask questions about kitchen facilities and access to the space for set up so you do not encounter any glitches on your wedding day. And for the wedding cake design, how about one inspired by your favorite work of art?

Restaurants are a natural choice for small weddings. After all, they are used to feeding large numbers of people, and you can be sure that the food service will run smoothly. There is also no question about what the food will be like, since you can just go eat there before you book the space to make sure you like what they serve. Depending on the size of your guest list and the policies of the restaurant, you might opt for either a private dining room or you might rent the whole space. For a restaurant reception, it works very well to come up with a limited menu from which guests can order. It allows them some choice, but it also gives you control of the cost and the helps the restaurant coordinate all of the meals smoothly.

Finally, if your guest list is quite small (like under 30), you might just have the party in your own home. While planning a large tented home wedding is a massive and expensive undertaking, throwing what is essentially a very big dinner party can be quite manageable. You should still hire a caterer so you don’t have to spend your wedding day working in the kitchen, but beyond that the costs will be minimal. Play your favorite music on your iPod, get some nice bottles of wine, and bring in a pretty cake from your favorite bakery. It will be a lovely little party, and a terrific way to celebrate your new marriage.

Wedding Shoes – Cinderella and You

If you are already worried on what to do now that you need this very precious item of your wedding day, don’t be. Here are some things that might help you prepare for that once in a lifetime event. Yes, every woman is a Cinderella on her wedding day. She is “the one” her prince had been looking for all his life. Except that this time, the prince waiting at the altar no longer holds the other half of the shoes you are wearing. But much like Cinderella, your shoes should be unique. The one that is only yours. One that no evil sisters can take away. But please don’t buy a glass shoes if you don’t want to spend your honeymoon in the hospital.

12 Midnight.. Where are my shoes?

Are you already cramming on where to get your wedding shoes? For some countries whom the groom is the one in-charge of all the wedding expenses, he would gladly agree if you can still use his mom’s wedding shoes, well that is if it is still alive after couple of decades. But fabulously, that is not a very good choice. The best place to go to is the shop of the wedding designer you know of and most importantly, you trust. A designer can fashion a wedding shoe that is of perfect fit and the one that will greatly compliment your wedding dress. The most stunning wedding shoes can ruin your special day if will trip or fall because you are not comfortable with it. If you no longer have the luxury of time and money, well you can head for the nearest shopping mall and try to see what they offer. Again, remember the two things. It should be fashionably beautiful and comfortable.

Finding the Right FEET

So you want to add more height? Most Asian women would dare to buy a wedding shoes with heels like that of a bamboo tree just for them to look tall on this very special occasion. If you think you can handle it, why not? But remember, if you have a long wedding gown, don’t you think if will be more difficult for you to walk around with those super high heels? You might end up having the most embarrassing day of your life instead. I suggest that you stick with what you are comfortable of. You don’t have to impress anyone. Your prince already knows many things about you, especially your height. And most of your guests probably knows that too. If you can already try wearing your wedding shoes, that’s better. Try to walk around wearing it for 5 to 10 minutes. If you don’t feel any slightest discomfort, well, congratulations to finding the right wedding shoes.

Colours

Queen Victoria was the one who made the white wedding gown and white wedding shoes popular in 1840. But most of modern day wedding already has a motif. You definitely can’t wear red wedding shoes with a green wedding dress. I will trust you on your choice of colors on this. But let me give you the meaning of colors to help you decide on your motif.

American Meanings

Red = Love
Yellow = Faith
Blue = Intuition
Green = Life
Pink = Beauty
White = Purity
Purple = Wisdom
Orange = Creativity
Gray = Sophistication
Brown = Simplicity
Black = Elegance
Crystal = Clarity

Asian Meanings

Red = Love, Passion
Pink = Commitment
Yellow = Earth blessing
Green = Prosperity
Blue = Wealth
White = Cleanliness
Gold = Strength
Black = Mourning

Wrapping Up Your Shoes

By the time you get your shoes, it’ll probably sit in your closet for a few days until your wedding day. But for early planners it might still take a while. If so, you need to watch your diet. Not only that your feet might be a bit bigger for your wedding shoes if you don’t control your diet but also for your wedding gown. But most importantly, make sure you store it in a place where is it out of reach from cockroach or rodents. I might sound like your mom but this is completely for your own good. Many other challenges will arise before your wedding day and you sure wouldn’t want a destroyed wedding shoes to add up to that, would you?

Well, I believe that’s it. I hope these information had helped you in some ways planning for your special day. Congratulations and good luck!

Ralph Brando is an internet Marketer, and a freelance webmaster. Whose passions including making blog posts, computer science and video games.

Wedding Veils

Wedding veils have existed since then. And as years go by and fashion go more innovative, the trend for veils has also come in various kinds and styles. This is very evident for now because of the several variations of veils that have existed. Aside from beautification and embellishment, the wearing of veils symbolizes purity. The veils often cover the face of the bride and the only time that the has husband is able to view the face of the bride is when he finally lift it.

Cathedral veils are often worn with light and transparent visibility. They are usually weighted down with some beautiful decorations such as seed pearls and crystals. The term cathedral veil was inspired from the long length of aisle where the bride walks through. Most cathedrals are observed to have a lengthy aisle, thus the veils worn by brides have a length of several feet. Brides wear the cathedral veils by having them fastened on their hairstyle with the use of pins. The veil will then cover the face of the bride.

Spanish veils offer a different beauty. They look attractive on heavy lave with scalloped and lacy edges. Unlike cathedral veils, the Spanish veils are not made to cover the face of the bride. Instead, it only frames the bride’s face. You will also notice that Spanish veils have different types. Some common images in Spanish veils are laced edges or the one that is see-through. The veil is worn by the bride with the use of pins. Some people call it mantilla.

Unlike Cathedral veil, the elbow length wedding veil is a bit shorter. It comprises many layers. Noticing the presentation of layers, they are sometimes created with uneven numbers so that they’ll appear more noticeable. Try to see the actual elbow length wedding veil and you’ll notice that their edges are trimmed and they are pellucid. Brides wear them to cover their face during the ceremony.

Generally, wedding veils accessorize the wedding dress. Thus, your choice of wedding veil must also depend on whether it matches the wedding dress or not. This is a more complex task for brides since not all kinds of veil would match certain kind of wedding dresses. However, wedding veils can be taken cared by your designer if you design to have him or her do your wedding dress. Wedding designers surely know what would fit your dress, so there’s no need to worry of the veil.

Fashion Careers – Job List in the Fashion Industry

A career in the fashion industry sounds glamorous and lucrative. Have you consider getting into the fashion industry, but might think that you cannot manage it? There are so many different roles and positions that you can play in the fashion world. One does not necessarily be a fashion designer but still be able to have a very success career in the fashion industry.

Being able to make a living with things you like is always enjoyable. If you are a fashion fan and love to see beautiful clothing, accessories or sketches around you, you should consider starting a career in the fashion world. Below are some key roles in the fashion world where you can take part in – from design, production, marketing, to many more.

Designing
This is one of the most high profile jobs in the fashion industry. Designers are responsible for conceptualizing their ideas on trends and realizing them on their final products. Designers can be employed by companies which own a group of designers, or work for their own brand and production line, or, even as a freelancer providing designs for difference companies.

There are several types of fashion designers:

1. Apparel designers: Obviously these are clothing designers, ranging from lingerie, sports wear, casual wear to high fashion couture, for men, women and kids.
2. Footwear designers: They design footwear for men, women and kids from a style point of view, as well as from a foot-health’s perspective.
3. Accessory designers: Accessories has a broad definitely – from handbags, hat, eyewear to gloves, scarves and jewelry pieces.

Production
Production involves the sampling of garments and accessories until producing the final pieces that would deliver to shops and customers. This massive work involves a team of various professions:

1. Merchandiser: Merchandisers play a key role in the production process of a fashion product.They are responsible for buying raw materials for production, selecting fabric, textiles and trims. They have to make decisions based on pricing, quality and latest trend and innovation of raw materials.

2. Technical Designers: Technical designers are the one responsible for doing fittings during the whole sampling to production procedure. They might not be the one who designed the garment but are the experts in providing alternative to the garment to improve the fitting of garment.

3. Pattern Makers: Pattern is the basis for a garment to be sewed. Pattern makers produce and maintain patterns for garments that designers have sketched out. Pattern makers are key persons in realization of a garment.

4. Pattern Graders: The sizing of garment starts with the pattern grading. Pattern graders are experts in creating size specifications for different sizes. They are vital persons in for any fashion brands, as a consistent sizing across products can maintain customer loyalty and confidence.

5. Fitting Models: Ultimately garments and footwear are made for putting comfort and style together. Fitting is a crucial part in fashion industry and the most precise fitting is to use model as the body for fitting.

Many companies have their own dedicated models for fitting their lines, who has the exact sizing measurement the brand requires. Sometimes you would see ads looking for sampling models, from kids, men, women to plus size models.

6. Quality Control Specialists: Quality control is of top importance for any sort of products, and is no exception in fashion industry. Quality control specialists look at the quality of raw materials, like peeling, shrinking and color fading of textile and overall quality of a fashion item, for instance, the overall assembling of an accessory item.

7. Planners: Fashion planners coordinate closely with designers, merchandisers and buyers to decide the production plan for the coming seasons. They look at both production and marketing side while paying close attention to the latest fashion trend.

Marketing
Marketing is as important as making a perfect piece of fashion item. Whether it’s marketing in a wholesale or retail side, people in fashion marketing bears the mission of promoting the fashion item into this fast changing world.

1. Fashion Buyer/ Retail Merchandisers: Product merchandisers are the ones who buy ready-made products to be sold in a shop like department stores. These merchandisers conduct researches and analyze market trend, the relative customer wants and stocks. They bear huge responsibility in terms of profit making, since having the eye to buy the right product for sales can make a difference in revenue.

2. Showroom Sales Specialists: Some brands own their showrooms, displaying their collection for fashion buyers (wholesalers) to make their orders. Compared with retail sales, showroom sales specialists should know their seasonal returning customer better and be able provide detailed information on the selling collections.

3. Retail Store Manager/ Boutique Owners: Retail shop manager, sales and boutique owners are the first line personnel facing retail customers like you and me.

Other Fashion-related Professions
Besides in the field of designing, producing or marketing a fashion item, one might be attracted by other positions like as a writer of fashion magazine, online blogs and fashion event management etc. Below is a list highlighting the other possible jobs related to fashion industry:

1. Fashion Writers: Writers or freelance writers can write for magazines, online blogs or sites on reviews, trends and recommendations. Fashion writers can also develop into fashion magazine editors.

2. Personal Stylists:Some department stores provide personal styling services while some private customer would employ personal stylist giving them recommendations in personal styling.

3. Fashion event Management/ Public Relations: There are nameless fashion events which requires professional public relations and event management personnel to take care of. There are PR companies specialized in holding fashion related events.

Grasp the Opportunities!
Besides the above mentioned careers in the fashion industry, there are still many other opportunities like photographer, costume designer and catalog/ fashion show models, etc. One of the most reachable way to keep yourself updated with job opportunities and fashion trend is to be active in fashion forum and subscribe to fashion magazines.

How to Become a Successful Fashion Designer

If you are like me you live and breathe fashion. You are constantly inspired with so many new designs racing through your mind, so many you can’t seem to get them all down quick enough at the pace they arrive. You constantly dream of the day your fashions will be on the fashion runway with the lights beaming brightly overhead, the cameras flashing everywhere and the audience being completely mesmerized by your incredible designs. You can’t stop thinking of the day you will open a magazine or watch the Oscars and see a famous celebrity in one of your breathtaking designs. Your book shelf is stocked with fashion books and magazines, and you absolutely can’t resist visiting textile stores to view all the latest fabrics, decorative beads, rhinestones and trims.

It’s this ever present dream of being a successful fashion designer that has you work day and night on your designs in most cases for many years without pay and working a job to pay the pills which is brutal torture, when all you can think about is living and working in fashion.

Famous fashion designers come from all walks of life there is no one system to follow that will have you become the next famous fashion designer. Some have graduated from elite fashion schools and some have never attended fashion school. Some have undertaken a fashion internship with a fashion house and others have made their own designs in their basement. The only elements all these fashion designers have in common is they had an intense passion for fashion, were able to design fashions highly sought after and connected with someone who gave them the opportunity to break into the fashion industry. It is essential in becoming a successful fashion designer you get you and your designs out there as much as possible, as how will anyone know about your fashions if they can’t see them?

In getting your fashions out there here are a few things you can do:

1. We are not usually good at everything some of us are great at designing clothes but lack the sewing and pattern making skills. It is here you can partner with someone who shares your passion for fashion and has the skills you lack. It is in the bringing together of different skills you can create a real product that can be showcased.
2. In having a fashion line of 14 outfits you can apply to your local fashion week. In the USA: New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco all have fashion weeks. These fashion weeks attract many editors, journalists and local socialites who will see your fashions and potentially give you the exposure you need to get known.
3. Many city night clubs hold fashion shows, find out what night clubs hold fashion shows and contact them as to how you can be apart of an up and coming show.
4. Locate fashion boutiques that cater to the fashions you design, first make a trip to the stores to look around, if you can see your clothes fitting in well with the store, find out who the owner is and ask if they would be willing to have some of your fashions offered for sale in their store. You will be amazed at how many store owners are willing to work with you. I walked around San Francisco in the Nob Hill district and had my fashions placed after visiting and discussing my product with four boutiques. In having your fashions displayed you will receive valuable insights as to whether or not your designs are in demand and if you need to change your designs to increase sales. It will also give you free exposure to the public. When your fashions do sell you can present this to investors who are more than willing to invest in your line, when you prove the existence of a strong demand for your fashions.

If you are struggling to create your fashions due to the lack of capital, connections or all the skills required, you can visit: [http://www.cluehut.com] where it’s free to create a profile stating what you need and who you are hoping to connect with in achieving your fashion dream. You can also browse and connect with others who like you have created a profile offering opportunities where together you can become a great success in the fashion business.

When To Buy Into Fashion Trends

One of the golden rules when buying a trendy fashion garment is to exercise caution because trends are short-lived. You should beware of micro trends in particular because they are usually only around for a season, sometimes less. Ideally, you should buy a trendy item early on in the fashion cycle before it hits the mainstream before it is considered, in fashion circles, to be on the way out. The time to buy into a fashion trend is when the celebrities and models are seen wearing it. The problem is that new up-and-coming trends are hard to get hold of before they hit the mainstream. If you do manage to find a garment demonstrating the latest cutting-edge trend in a fashion-forward boutique then you are likely to pay an arm and a leg for it.

The time to wear a fashion trend is when it first hits the mainstream, in other words, when you first start to see it featured in the fashion editorials of magazines and in middle range clothing stores. A middle range clothing store is one that is not a department store or a high-end boutique but one that specialises in fashion garments and accessories. Large department stores selling items other than clothing such as home wares and foodstuffs should not be discounted out of hand, however, as they sometimes carry a fashion-forward line or two which is of good quality but at a reasonable price. Before going out and buying a trendy fashion garment or accessory you should take a look at the trend predictions for the upcoming season in the fashion mags. Fashion magazines will give you a good idea of what to look out for when you are shopping.

Fashion Fiesta Wrapped In A Week

Creative sensational from different parts of the world taking style, beauty and definition of fashion to its edge, promotional linchpin of a multibillion-dollar industry, I am talking about nothing else but Fashion Weeks. Fashion weeks are hallmarks of fashion industry to rollout the new season feel in fashion. They generally last up to a week allowing fashion designers, artists and fashion houses to display their latest collection. It hallmarks next seasons in things, that’s why it is very important for buyers, media, celebrities and entertainment industry who take that fashion among the general public.

The most famous fashion weeks are held at Fashion Mecca Paris, Milan, London and New York. Since the new millennium fashion weeks are held in different parts of the world to put the local fashion on the world map and making a packed fashion calendar throughout the year. A refreshing sense of national identity and pride has emerged from the achievements of fashion sector – something that was otherwise traditionally been restricted to feats of sporting prowess, adding that its benefits go well beyond the fashion world (Emling 2006).

Fashion weeks are held several months in advance giving chance to designers, media and buyers to preview the trend for the next season. Fashion weeks are bi-annual events; the fashion weeks conducted between January and March are called “fall fashion weeks” whereas the one conducted in September through November are called “Spring Fashion Weeks”. Some fashion weeks can be genre-specific, such as a Miami Fashion Week (Swimwear), Prêt-a-Porter (ready-to-wear) Fashion Week, Couture (one-of-a-kind designer original) Fashion Week, Palm Springs Fashion Week (Resort Collections) and Bridal Fashion Week.

History

Omission of fashion week history would be curious at this point of time. Let me throw some light on that. Edna Woodman Chase–former editor of Vogue organized “Fashion Fete,” in 1914 to benefit the war-relief effort which is often apocryphally called the first fashion show ever. By the 1920s, the fashion show had gone mainstream. Early shows were often more theatrical than those of today.

Fashion Jobs and Fashion Career Advice

Picking one out of many fashion jobs generally is an overwhelming challenge. There are several different opportunities in the fashion industry that you might not be sure which one is best for you. With the high demand for fashion jobs, you need to be sure of what it is that you want to do so you can get started on pursuing your dream in this competitive industry. Below you will find descriptions for several fashion jobs and, subsequently, be one step closer to establishing your career in the fashion industry.

1. Fashion Designer

Thanks to shows like Project Runway, there are many people whose curiosity has been rose towards the fashion industry, exclusively, fashion design. A career as a fashion designer seems extravagant and rewarding but it takes a whole lot of work. A fashion designer must be well-informed of the latest trends (and sometimes even be ahead of them) and have the creativity to conceptualize new designs. A fashion designer creates sketches, whether by hand or with computer-aided design (CAD) software, of their designs and must be familiar with fabrics and materials in order to create samples that show what the final product would look like. As a fashion designer you can specialize in clothing design, footwear or accessories. Fashion jobs like that of a fashion designer are prolonged with grueling hours of intensive work and lots of traveling if you want to promote your designs. Fashion designers work under pressure to meet deadlines and make an impression on fashion buyers and other potential clients. As a fashion designer you would need not only talent and creativity but also thick skin and dedication.

2. Fashion Merchandising

Fashion jobs in merchandising can be very challenging. A fashion merchandiser must know what consumers really want, how to present it to them, what they want to pay for it and how to lure them to purchase. A fashion merchandiser is not just an expert in fashion but must also have strong business, financial and advertising skills. As a fashion designer you might find yourself creating budgets, tracking profits and losses, tracking inventory, developing marketing strategies and even putting together creative visual displays to draw in consumers. It’s a career that entails many different roles but also has many opportunities to grow and advance in.

3. Fashion Buyer

Fashion buyers are among the most crucial people for brands and companies. They must have good communication skills, be aggressive, organized and driven. As a fashion buyer you work hand in hand with designers, merchandisers and other key people to select what pieces to present to consumers and ensure that best-sellers are continually available. Buyers must be mindful of both current and future trends so they can make the right choices of clothing, shoes, accessories, etc. to ensure high profits. Working with suppliers to negotiate prices suggests that a fashion buyer must have good interpersonal skills, be educated in market costs and also in consumer demands. Fashion buyers must be ready to work under pressure, travel and research and analyze in order to make practical decisions on what products to offer their target customer base.

4. Fashion Director

Fashion directors, also known as creative directors or fashion coordinators, are in charge of the image and look of a store, magazine or a fashion house. They are accountable for that first impression given when people look at ad campaigns, shoots and even fashion films. A fashion director must make sure that the models, photographers, location and concepts characterize the store, brand, or magazine in the best and most genuine way. One of the most well known creative directors in the industry is Grace Coddington who, alongside Anna Wintour and other industry professionals, are a part of American Vogue. In the documentary “The September Issue” we are able to see Coddington showing us her best work and the steps she takes to produce the magnificent spreads in Vogue. Now, don’t think it will be a snap landing one of these fashion jobs. Be prepared for long hours of work, creative stumps, frequent traveling, crazy deadlines, and being willing to go back to the drawing board time and time again. Remember, as a fashion director you are responsible for the image of a brand; you produce something that the whole world will see. People will base their opinions on what you present to them. As one of the top fashion jobs in the industry, the pressure is on!

Fashion Jobs – The List Goes On

5. Fashion Forecaster

Probably one of the highest ranking careers in the fashion industry, fashion forecasters do just that, forecast the future trends and styles. This is much more sophisticated than forecasting the weather. Not only does a fashion forecaster need to have in depth knowledge of fashion but he or she must also be creative and surely have the skills necessary to research and analyze potential trends, colors, fabrics and patterns. Fashion forecasters seek inspiration in everything from movies, music, even science and technology. Getting a position as a fashion forecaster is one of the most prestigious of all fashion jobs you could aspire to.

6. Fashion Stylist

A fashion stylist has the easy (or is it?) task of making someone look good. A stylist must be familiar with what colors, fabrics and styles work best to flatter someone’s shape while also knowing ways to accessorize and finish the perfect outfit. Fashion stylists are responsible for picking the best pieces for photoshoots, events, etc. and putting them together for the final product. A stylist’s reputation lies on how good the client looks and, in the case of ad campaigns, whether or not the stylist can communicate the image and vision of a product. Don’t be surprised if, as a fashion stylist, you find yourself traveling for motivation or shopping for clothing, or even spending a day (or a few) revamping a client’s closet. Finding fashion jobs for stylists can be as uncomplicated as working as a personal shopper or styling photo shoots for websites or local magazines or newspapers.

7. Fashion Photographer

It’s not just about knowing just how to take a good picture. Fashion photographers basically have two fields to be good at: fashion and photography. The photography part consists of knowing what angles, lighting, etc. As far as the fashion, photographers really need to be experts in that as well. A fashion photographer should always know what the best trends are, top designers, top fashion events and any other heavy hitter aspects of the industry. Fashion jobs in this field can consist of taking pictures for model portfolios, ad campaigns, and fashion shows. Fashion photographers are responsible for producing a shot that requires excellent technical skills and extensive fashion knowledge. For example, when a fashion photographer goes to shoot at a fashion show he or she must know exactly when to snap the shot of that model wearing the flowing dress. The picture must showcase how the fabric moves and flows instead of displaying a dress that falls limp and drags on the floor. A fashion photographer works hand in hand with stylists, makeup artists and models to ensure that the final product is efficient in sending a visual message.

8. Fashion Editor

Fashion editors supervise the direction of a fashion publication, website and other media. They are in charge for editing a fashion writer’s work, making suggestions, and researching the possibilities of future stories. Fashion writers must be aware of trends and classics to assure that coverage is provided for the target audience. A fashion editor works under the pressure of meeting deadlines, supervising writers, discovering features and fresh ideas all while staying current on the industry and scanning the levels of competition. Some of the qualities necessary for one of these fashion jobs are being organized, punctual, able to communicate verbally and have impeccable writing and journalistic skills. Being one of the most competitive fashion jobs in the industry, a fashion editor should be ready to put some hard work in and spend long nights brewing up excellent, creative content.

9. Fashion Writer

Being a fashion writer is not as easy as picking up a pen and paper (or laptop, tablet, etc.) but includes extensive amounts of research. Fashion writers must be current on their knowledge of fashion and creative when drumming up writing ideas. Of course, outstanding writing skills are a must and meeting deadlines are also fundamental in this career. Fashion writers can execute interviews, cover fashion events and supply reviews of products. You have a choice of working as a freelance writer, with television shows, websites, blogs, smaller publications like local magazines and newspapers or with major publications such as Vogue or Elle, among others. This is one of those fashion jobs where you can find many opportunities and can be fairly simple to get started.

10. Fashion PR (Fashion Public Relations)

Creating a good consumer opinion is of the utmost importance for this fashion job. Where advertising and marketing can create a consumer desire to purchase a certain fashion item, public relations handles the image in its relation to the public eye. Public opinion can gauge the success and longevity of a company. Out of all the fashion jobs mentioned, fashion pr is the piece that ties it all together.