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  • Daily Swatch #12 - Cotton Candy Swatch

    Mood Fabrics Dog

    Swatch has returned to work today just in time to help around the store for the Halloween rush!
  • Daily Swatch #11 - Sir Swatch-A-Lot

    Mood Fabrics dog

    Although Swatch is still out sick we do have some photo back stock of him and his outfits, so by special request from Mood Sweciety Blog reader collyn we are posting this picture.
  • Halloween DIY

    Halloween is upon us once again! It is the time to escape reality and transcend into anything or anyone we want to be, even if it is just for the night. With Halloween costume super stores selling your fantasy by the package, your vision is not always what you had imaged it to be and most likely you will run into a look alike more than once in one night. The only way to live out your fantasy every inch as perfect as you imagined it to be is to ultimately do it yourself. And though you may run into a few people that may resemble you that night, they all seem like knock-offs compared to your one of a kind. Popular costumes this year range from storybook imaginary best friends to the one and only King of Pop. Whatever your fantasy is, Mood Fabrics has just what you need to make all your Halloween dreams come true. wild-things First comes from the popular movie Where the Wild Things Are. The popular and lovable character of Carol is sure to be a favorite for all ages alike this Halloween. With a little bit of faux fur and a great mask, you are ready to go!!! The great added bonus for this costume is the fact that you will stay warm all night long.

    Mood Fabric dog

    The next, which is always popular and always fun, is Pocahontas. The best example of this DIY is demonstrated by Swatch, the Mood Fabrics mascot. His version isn’t exactly practical for humans but we can however use his great sense of style to create a look that is practical and stylish. Just use a little bit of ultra suede along with a cool trim such as feather or fringe to create an easy yet stylish Pocahontas costume!!! michael_jackson_shiny1246260745 And last but not least, this Halloween many will pay tribute to the one and only King of Pop, Michael Jackson. Michael had many great outfits to choose from. The most memorable would be his embellished bandleader jackets, pants with white socks, and the staple white glove. Get creative with this costume. Spruce up any blazer with a little metallic fringe, sequin, and some fancy buttons to create your own one of a kind Michael Jackson look. Whatever look you go for this Halloween season remember to be CREATIVE and have FUN because that is what this Holiday is all about!!!
  • Daily Swatch #10 - Get Well Soon Swatch

    102009-get_well_swatch Swatch hasn't been feeling too well the last couple of days, so he had to take a few days off of work. He will be back to work soon.
  • Daily Swatch #9 - Make It Work Swatch

  • Video Tour of Mood L.A.

    Let our own Philip Sauma give you a guided tour through the Mood L.A. store, where Season 6 of Project Runway takes place.
  • 15% off All Online Purchases at MoodFabrics.com

    MoodFabrics.com Halloween Sale began yesterday and will run until October 30, 2009. All products purchased through the website is 15% off. At check out enter coupon code: Boo2009 for your discount.
  • Daily Swatch #8 - A Swatch of Leather / Down & Out Swatch

    101509-swatch_of_leather Because of technical difficulties yesterday we were unable to post a Daily Swatch so as a bonus today we give you two. 101509-down_and_out_swatch
  • Daily Swatch #7 - Aloha Swatch

  • Fall 09/10 Color Report

    In the Fall 2009/10 runway shows, the 80’s Glam Rock and 90’s Grunge trends were in full force. As it usually goes in Fall/Winter runway shows, all Black ensembles took over the runway. However an underlying trend did emerge this season that would give way to the upcoming trends in the Spring 2010 shows. Many designers decided to opt out of the 80’s Glam Rock trend that has embraced the runway for the past few seasons for a softer, more sophisticated approach.
    Lanvin fall 2009 2_bottega-veneta-fall-09 In the Lanvin and Bottega Veneta Fall 2009 runway shows the theme was reminiscent of a 1940’s glamour girl. The colors were neutrals such as tans and browns in both wool and satin mixed with black accents to make them feel current. This is a great way to stand out of the sea of black this season. These neutral hues will also last you through the Spring 2010 season. 3_chloe-fall-09 4_zac-posen-fall-09 In the Chloe and Zac Posen runway shows the trend was all about Frontier Spirit. Hannah MacGibbon and Zac Posen embraced prints mixed with bronze accents to create a Bohemian look that one could wear throughout the season and well into Spring. In the Chloe runway show Hannah MacGibbon also played with the use of texture to make this Frontier Spirit theme appropriate for Fall. She used velvets and satins mixed together in metallic tones such as gold and bronze to make this trend, which is usually reserved for Spring, current and relatable for Fall.