FyoozD Culture Inc.

Hello and Thank you for stopping by my blog. My name is Natassja, and I'm currently a fashion design student at IADT in Sacramento. I decided to start a blog so that I can share with you my own personal journey through the world of the fashion industry. But then I was thinking WAIT! there is another part of me that helped shape who I am today, and that's been the desire to want to help, bring unity with all people, and encouragement. So in my quest to finding a spot in the fashion industry, I also want to bring peace and love to everyone that visits. May you find something that feeds your fashion craving, and also something that feeds your mental hunger.



















Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Cultural Diverse in Spring

Do you have a love for things that speak cultural, authentic, and unique? I am one for finding things that captures the essence of where that piece was created. Sometimes telling a story of it's own, being made by someone of that native country. It makes it a little more special then perhaps shopping at a fashionable mall.
Here are some of my great treasures, from the mother land Africa.


       Lime Batik Super Snap Clutch

The Super Snap clutch makes a great evening bag or could easily add a nice touch to a more casual look. With bright colors being the thing for the spring this clutch will be great. It is made in a batik fabric from Nigeria known as 'Adire' and It is also lined internally with a black cotton fabric.




Boxing Kitten 1st shoe collection
My love of off beat and quirkiness is why I personally love these shoes. And if you are just like me then these eco-friendly shoes will tickle your fancy as well.  



Yinka Cuff Bracelet by Bestow Elan
A beautifully crafted arm piece. This is not your normal arm cuff, this small authentic piece is just the right amount of cultural beauty to add to your wardrobe for this spring.



ASOS AFRICA Printed Blazer
Ok so blazers are always hot and are perfect for making a outfit look fitted and constructed. This African print blazer is great for the spring/summer weather because it is not overly heavy. Its very lightweight and can make a simple outfit look chic and unique.

8 comments:

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  2. Hello there, im following you back from FMBT, thanks for the visit.

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  3. hey i'm from diva cafe and swinging by. i really love the clutch you posted - it's SO adorable!!!

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  5. I love that clutch and would totally rock it!

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  6. I love it when fashion shares global traditions, especially in textiles, and yes I would love to own that clutch. Bright happy print that really is timeless without a whiff of boring. Nice selection here.

    Tribal prints are "trendy" at the moment and I'm glad. It means these amazing traditions get to reach people it never would have reached before. Besides I love garments with a history, and sportin' an amazing print like the ones above have history and make memories.

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  7. All of these are fantastic. that lime clutch and shoes are my favorite among the selections. Beautiful and rich looking!
    Thanks so much for stopping by my blog earlier!

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  8. Hi!

    Loving the blog glad I found you on linked in now.

    Gorgeous bag I am tempted to try and make one myself! and who new Asos did that (I usu ally stay away from mainstream companies that try and to 'African')but hey glad I was proved wrong!

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