Archive | July, 2009

Introducing Twelvsies Tuesdays!

Drumroll, please… Twelvsies Tuesdays are here! True, the weekend is over, but we’re giving you a reason to look forward to the beginning of each new week: for a great discount off of your favorite merchandise, be sure to mark

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An “A” for Effortless

(Image above: Wardrobe image from www.hel-looks.com)

By ModCloth Writing Team Intern, Amy Cockcroft:

When I first saw this adorable young lady, I think I fell in love a little. Not only because she fearlessly combines loads of items I’ve …

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An "A" for Effortless

(Image above: Wardrobe image from www.hel-looks.com)

By ModCloth Writing Team Intern, Amy Cockcroft:

When I first saw this adorable young lady, I think I fell in love a little. Not only because she fearlessly combines loads of items I’ve …

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Top Ten Underappreciated Musical Instruments

(Image Above: Martin Koenig on the Balalaika Web Site)

Everyone these days seems to look up to a guy who plays a guitar or a friend who rocks out on the drums.  These instruments have some magical capability to …

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Cozy Cuteness

In the words of one of our image specialists, Marne, this is like a lil’ piggie spa!…

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The Terrific Transformations Contest Finalists!


We’ve held many ModCloth contests, but this one takes the cake as “the most absolutely difficult to judge.”  How can you choose between so many inspiring stories?  You all moved us with your tales of personal change: discovering your true …

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Cause for Celebration

Congratulations again to Elisa Llera, who won our fundraiser fashion show contest! You chose her style, The Parisian Scholar, to be featured at a the 1950′s Finest Fashion Salon. Proceeds from the show supported the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, …

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This (Almost) In!

Since we’ve been talking so much this week about our incredible trip to Berlin, I decided to show off a little sneak preview of my favorite future item, rather than my favorite new item. This incredible studded Jeffrey Campbell wedge won’t be available for a few months, but I can already picture wearing it with opaque tights & mini skirts.

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Back in the U, Back in the U, Back in the UK

(Image Above: Rev-olution Jacket, Psychedelia Jewelry SetNeon Nights Tunic, Four Seasons Jeans, Bubble Gum Hi-Tops)

(Backdrop Image Above: Wikipedia User Chowells)

You shouldn’t need an ex-scouse to visit Liverpool, but in the happenstance …

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ModCloth Cooks – Blissful Blueberry Bakewells

Hello ModLovers! For this installment of ModCloth cooks, I’m excited to introduce Cait! Her blog, She’s Got a Passion for Fashion, mixes chic style and culinary masterpieces for the domestic indie enthusiast. Today, she’s sharing her scrumptious Blueberry Bakewell …

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Unisex-y: Wild West to Whimsical

Working with so many beautiful garments on a daily basis, it has been difficult  for me not to get jealous of my female co-workers who get to wear these marvelous ModCloth pieces  in and out of the office. But considering …

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Outfit of the Week: You Say Tomato, I Say Gazpacho!

This happens to me every year – it’s the middle of the summer, and I start wishing away the hot days, eager for the crisp fall air. I daydream about the burnt reds and oranges, the muted yellows and browns …

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Congratulations to the Pretty in Prints Name It and Win Contest Winners!

Here’s the moment you’ve all been waiting for: the announcement of the Pretty in Prints Name It and Win Contest winners! It was tough picking just one title for each garment (we found so many of your submissions quite entertaining!), …

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Tales From the Road: Food and Fun in Berlin

As Susan, Sari and I are getting reacquainted with our Pittsburgh surroundings, one thing is for sure: we miss Berlin’s cuisine! From soft pretzels to eggplant roll-ups, we sampled some of the best that Europe has to offer. But as …

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