Archive | June, 2009

Monochromatic Magic

Image from Young, Fat & Fabulous

I adore this all-black outfit! The layering of textures adds interest to the monochromatic look. I love the ruffled collar, cinched waist and cut-out flats. Wearing black is always chic! To get a similar …

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Fav Find: Laura Vs. Aretha

Who: Laura, ModCloth-obsessed.

What: Handmade vintage 50s dress with the best spring print ever.

Where: Lost and Found Vintage in Metro Detroit

How Much: $40

When I Use It: I wear it often, but most notably to the Detroit NAACP …

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Wild Cuteness

You may have seen today’s cute find before, but I wanted to share it- just in case! Hope you can all reconnect with some of your own family and friends this weekend.…

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Look from Heaven

This week’s style inspirations are brought to you by our favorite stylist, Vasil.

My last style inspiration for this week features Dennis R., 28. Dennis is one of the “regulars” on lookbook, but his style is anything but regular.

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Style Predictions Come True!

Back in January, Vasil predicted the style trends that would rule 2009.  Have you been seeing a shift in style towards looks defined by earthy colors, ruffles, silhouette-defining belts,  and mixed patterns in the last couple of months? We …

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Blogger Of The Moment: Frassy

It’s time to learn about UK blog-darling Audrey Leighton! If you want fresh and inspired style, look no further than Audrey’s blog, Frassy. Throw into the mix her creative ensembles and addictive dialogue and you’ll be adding BeFrassy to …

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Simply Paris

This week’s style inspirations come from our favorite stylist, Vasil!

Today’s style inspiration comes from 17-year-old French student, Alma on lookbook.nu.  The simple dress and couple accessories make the look clean and bold, while featuring Alma’s natural beauty. Don’t

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Outfit of the Week: How the West Was Cute, and You Can Be Too

For my Outfit of the Week, I was inspired to do a modern interpretation of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. I know, I know, that show was kind of bad, but I’ve always loved pioneer-girl style, and I couldn’t help …

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Style Glossary: Burn Me Once, Shame On Me…

Hello ModLovers. Are you burnt out on traditional tees? You’re in luck! This week’s Style Glossary post deals with burnout fabric designs! Burnout is traditionally created by weaving a fabric with two different types of yarns, and then destroying all …

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Mod-ified Decor!

Welcome to a new blog category; this section will be housing all future decor posts!  As this category is developed and grows, I would like to basically cover anything and everything Vintage/Mod-Decor related. It may be a  vintage decor photo …

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