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Spiritual Fashions Moving Up in the World

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Hey guys, here is some fantastic “spiritual” couture I’m putting it up, not to arouse your desire, but to affirm that this is a fashion direction you’ll be seeing more.

The Asian-influenced silk-paneled jackets are really gorgeous, but here’s the bad news–they’re priced in the area of $5,000. Let’s hope T.J. Maxx soon creates knock-offs for $39.95.



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Amy Zerner

posted April 7, 2007 at 10:06 pm


The embellished jeans jacket pictured sells for US$375 right there on my website. The hand-painted Kimono sells for US$975 on my website, too. I also have T-shirts, tote bags, dresses, and skirts screened with my artwork available there (www.TheEnchantedWorld.com) for US$30 – $50, not to mention silver jewelry in the same price range. It is true that my Spiritual Couture one-of-a-kind jackets do sell for between $4500 and $6500 at Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus (collected by Patti LaBelle, Liz Taylor, Oprah, etc.) but I made a point of making an affordable line of clothing so that everyone can wear spirtual fashions. Thank you so much for mentioning my work so favorably on BeliefNet. I just wanted everyone to know that my work is not only in the high price range. We love T.J. Maxx, too, but only as long as they’re protecting our credit card info!!!



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