Saturday, December 3, 2011

J*Diza Clothing Company Arm Warmers Review

I know you are not going to recognize that arm so I will tell you right up front that I unfortunately had to use the sponsor's picture's of the Arm Warmers that she made because the camera I have made the pictures blurry! The Arm Warmers are black & white and they are made by JK from J*Diza Clothing and I was very fortunate when she asked me to do a review of her product. I was very impressed because as far as I know, no one else has come up with this idea about making Arm Warmers! Have you seen them anywhere? I am constantly being surprised at what creative minds people have that make them dream up things that I would not have the faintest clue about.

JK needed me to give her the measurements of my arm, which in itself was strange. You normally don't think about giving measurements of your arm, so I was fascinated to see what or how the Arm Warmers would come out looking. I also realized that once these babies are done, they are mine and mine alone because no one else has my arm measurements! So, that was kind of a novel idea in itself. I was doubly impressed when the warmers came and they actually fit just right with no tugging or pulling and the colors were exactly what I had asked for: white & black! I wear alot of those colors and I saw no reason to try and get fancy or creative, so I stuck with my usual routine.

Here is what JK says about some facts concerning the Arm Warmers:

100% mercerized cotton - Not as soft as the 100% soft acrylic, Stylish, comfortable and yes trendy. These are cute because you can style them any way you want, ruffed, rolled, hem one or doubled. For custom made designs of your own, contact information is below. Prices will determine on length and material.

Size: One size fits most.
Width 2 inches (if stretched – about 6 inches)
Length: 21 inches (if stretched – about 37 inches)

Recommended care instructions:
Machine wash gentle cycle warm water
Do not bleach
Rinse well and promptly remove
Roll in towel.
Block Tumble dry at low heat setting approx.
Do not stretch item or hand dry
I hope this picture better illustrates just how the smallest detail is perfect and you can really see the colors and how beautiful they really are. She has tons of colors to choose from so go by and check them out. She has other products that she makes besides arm warmers. She has some clutches, cowl necks and neck warmers. I took one more picture from her site of a different color just so you can compare:
Here is a snippet from her profile on her Etsy site:
Rare Designs from Accessories to Clothing"
An emerging designer from Brooklyn,N.Y, who wished to become a fashion designer at a young age, who thought her wish was just a statement is now a reality... ..

Starting out this venture, she notice some people crocheting and thought it was interesting to do the same. J*Diza was taught from different people with different designs of crocheting a blanket at the age of 15, and then started out her first company "DayDream Blankets...cozy blankets for pleasant dreams" by drawing fliers to advertise...

You can find her several ways:

Etsy Shop

Mary Bearden personally reviewed these products. I did not receive any monitary compensation for my review, just a sample product. All opinions are mine and belong to me solely. My thoughts and opinions may differ from yours. The pictures used in this review were copied off of J*Diza's website.


yanswim888 said...

Great for keeping warm during the winter while still being able to wear warm weather clothes!

royalegacy said...

There are many times I could have used something like this. What a great idea!