Archive | March, 2010

Between Seasons

There may be a patch of snow here or there, but Spring is definitely upon us here in ModCloth’s hometown!

Vivianna, a University of Pittsburgh student and self-proclaimed Humans vs. Zombies fan, takes advantage of a March warm spell by …

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The Making of “Visceral Style”

Wondering how our new, illustrated stylebook was made? We swung by ModCloth graphic designer and stylebook illustrator Natalie’s desk to find out!…

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The Long and Short of It

Every year, when it seems like the season of spring conveniently forgot about poor little Pittsburgh, I battle my cold weather blues with a ticket to a local screening of The Oscar Nominated Short Films. I’m lucky to live …

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Up, Up, and Upholster!

If you think your ottoman is approaching the point of no return, wait! Just because there’s a stain or a rip on your chair doesn’t mean its days are done. If you’ve thought of spending an exuberant amount of cash …

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Tweet Your Way to the End of the Rainbow!

It’s a lucky St. Patrick’s Day at ModCloth.

How lucky can you be today? Play our Twitter contest to find out!

  1. Follow @modcloth on Twitter if you don’t already!
  2. At 3:00 p.m. EST, begin clicking through the products on
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Kickin’ Around in Kerala

Would you like to visit a place so beautiful that …

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March 16th 2010 NY Daily News

The Red Licorice Belt was featured in the March 16th 2010 edition of the NY Daily News!!!
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Serving up Style!

Who: Sara from Seattle

What: Floral skirt made from an antique table cloth

Where: The Seattle Garden Show

How Much: $15

When I use It: When out collecting moss for a mini terrarium, and celebrating V-day with my love.

Shopping

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One Band, Two Guitars, Countless Amounts of Amazing

Eyes saucer-wide, ears tingling with incredulous joy, I watched the finale of Rodrigo y Gabriela‘s recent Pittsburgh performance. Their fingers were racing across the frets of their guitars, moving so fast that I was sure their instruments would rip …

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Celebrating Women’s History Month with Margaret of One Woman Farm

Margarets beautiful assortment of flowers

With Women’s History Month in full swing, here’s the second installment of our “Women Making History” series! I interviewed the president of One Woman Farm, Margaret Schlass, whose organic farm and Community Sponsored Agriculture farm food cooperative has been growing …

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