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Tag Archives: fashion
fashionproject by fracturedradiance on Polyvore Fashion Project is a new-ish online secondhand clothing retailer with one important difference from other companies in its market: 55% of proceeds go to charity. The company focuses on well known, mid to high end … Continue reading
What I’ve been up to: modeling in the Tom Tom Fashion Show (photos c/o the designer); wearing a pretty new secondhand skirt; making more stickers for Platinum & Rust orders; checking out the food trucks at Waynesboro River Fest; reading Agatha … Continue reading
Oh, goals. We make them and then life happens. When I started making plans for this year, I assumed I’d have a certain amount of wiggle room in by budget to explore fair trade and artisan made options. But then … Continue reading
Vogue just published an ingenious style story featuring cats and flats. What a perfect pairing! View all photos here.
People Tree just released its Spring/Summer interactive lookbook. I love everything in the Orla Kiely collaboration. The best part is that it’s all fair trade and most cotton products are organic. Take a look by clicking here or on the … Continue reading
Just wanted to drop in (on my 25th birthday!) to let you know that Mata Traders is offering $50.00 off your purchase of $150.00 for the next 50 hours. Now I have something to do while I stay in and … Continue reading
Happy Thursday! I typically save styleboards for the weekend, but I haven’t done one in so long that I thought today was as good a day as any. All original image sources are cited below the styleboard (if available) for … Continue reading
Bib & Tuck is an invitation only resale site with a unique twist: it operates with no real money, instead relying on members to set their prices using a points system and then trade unwanted garments with other members. It’s … Continue reading
Sometimes I just need to doodle.