Welcome Note!


Welcome to T.Williams! Yes this is a fashion blog, no excuses for that, BUT we will be talking about fashion from a different perspective... as a tool for business success!

Everyone loves to look good and yes, majority of us love fashion! But we all know that fashion goes wayyyyy beyond stitching and there is a lot more to "it" than mere sewing!


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"Fashion Beyond Stitches" will discuss how to turn your love for fashion into money-spinners, sharing knowledge, ideas and skills necessary to run successful fashion businesses.

Oh of course this blog will not be complete without our very own T.Williams ranting and raving about her personal challenges as a fashion entrepreneur in the Nigerian Fashion Industry. But don't worry, there are also happy days and all her personal stuff will be filed under the label "T.Williams".

SO enjoy, follow & subscribe to our blog, post your comments, ask questions, offer advice, and spread the link! Cheers!

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Much Ado About "Dressing"... Help Take this Quick Survey...

Yes... a part of fashion I'm not sure I have spoken about since I started this blog.  This part is the "consulting" part in the Martwayne logo.  Not sure if many of you know but part of what we do at Martwayne is teach people how to use fashion as a tool for personal and business success.  Business Image Consulting to be precise.  ;-)



Of course many of us know that first impressions count.  It can make or mar our careers, businesses or even dates.  So what we do is teach people how to get where they want to get to simply by using their dressing and creating that excellent first impression.  Yup!  Fashion does go a lot further than just sewing.

I have always wondered why people dress the way they do.  Obviously personal preferences have a lot to do with our choices but has anyone wondered what exactly affects our choices?  Whilst many blame the media, others blame low funds.  But I have always been a believer in not spending so much money to look good.  You can look smashing at a fraction of the budget.  

One thing I do know is that many of us do not know our dress or underwear sizes (and I'm referring to the ladies here...).  The standard lady in this environment is a "34B" - perhaps because that's what's available in the market.  Others who know live in self denial.  They would rather squeeze into clothes 2 sizes down than admit to themselves that they have gained weight.  Now losing weight really is the way forward seeing it is cheaper than changing your whole wardrobe.  BUT in the event whereby you are unable to lose weight for various reasons, you can choose your wardrobe carefully to help accentuate your best features and hide your errr.... "areas of concern".

SO anywayz... why am I saying all this?!  

We need you to please help out with a few minutes of your time by completing the short questions asked asked in a survey conducted by my friends at Jobberman.com.


Simply click on the link below and you are good to go.




As always, the information collated is for professional use and will be treated as strictly confidential.

Many thanks for your time. 

Cheers and have an excellent day!

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