Archive | August, 2011

Meet Mandi of Here's Looking at Me Kid

Here’s Looking at Me Kid is a blog that truly inspires. Whether you’re a vintage clothing connoisseur or a DIY decor aficionado, you’ll fall in love with Mandi’s blog. This Ohio gal takes old school inspiration and reimagines it for …

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10 Must-Read, Must-Own Fashion Tomes

Searching for some extracurricular reading material to satiate your stylish spirit? With the help of Fashion Pulse Daily’s Julia DiNardo, who offered her favorite reading suggestions during our AWP panel last winter, we compiled 10 of our fashion library essentials

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Catherine Campbell's 'Tea-rific' Illustrations

Would you like to join me for some tea? Grab a cup of your preferred flavor, and I’ll show you the work of one of my new favorite illustrators, Catherine Campbell. She is a multitalented, multimedia artist whose work …

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Our Stylish Take on the Boardwalk the Line Dress


Blogger Kathleen of Inspirafashion wears the Boardwalk the Line Dress, Velvet Touch Headband, and the Golden Commitment Necklace.

If you’re a fan of our Be the Buyer Program, you’ve surely noticed the flux of incredible dresses …

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Julie's Secret Recipe: Dill Macarons With Chocolate Hazelnut Buttercream

It was hard to pick just one dish, so this week we’re offering two recipes for your dill-loving taste buds! Once you harvest the free dill seed packets we sent you, serve up some sweet satisfaction by making Dill

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Kind of a Big ‘Dill’: Free Seed Cards Buried in Your Orders!

Psst! Guess what! Very soon, a slew of you will be unearthing these cute dill seed cards in your ModCloth order. So, what’s the ‘dill’? We’re glad you asked!

To share some green thumb fun with customers as our ModEmployees …

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Get Your Menswear Fix with this Tumblr

Don’t surprised if you come into our office this week and see all of us sporting trousers and button-downs. After one of our graphic designers, Sam, shared the link to Wearing the Pants, a cheekily named Tumblr that posts …

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Brides September 2011

The Happy Tails Dog Collar was featured in the September issue of Brides magazine.

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Pedal Pretty DIYs: A Tisket, a Basket Liner

Savvy cyclists know that bike baskets have one major design flaw: things can easily jailbreak through a basket’s interstices. So, marketing writer and blog contributor Angela came up with a solution! “To keep little things from slipping through my metal …

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Twiggy-inspired Mod Makeup in 4 Steps

If you love Twiggy’s iconic eye makeup (which just so happened to be a huge inspiration for model Mary’s look in our latest stylebook, Bicycle Belles), we encourage you to try your hand at recreating the style with our …

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Day ‘n’ Night: How to Wear Bandage Dresses in the Daytime

A simple bandage dress may be an easy piece to throw on for a night out with friends, but we wanted to see if we could get a bit more mileage out of our favorite figure flattering frock.  Unconvinced? We …

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Fashion in Film: Freaks and Geeks

Le Freaks and Geeks, c’est chic? Though the lovable outcasts of McKinley High may not have been sartorially savvy, their effortlessly authentic wardrobes were a large part of their charm. After re-watching this TV series, I was inspired by how much the clothing said about each character.

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Pedal Pretty DIYs: How to Make Wristlets and Waist Wraps

After one year of bike commuting, I’ve learned to live with cold wind needling my skin when my tee malevolently scurries up my back, and getting heated up on those rare, warm San Francisco days. But Mini, Design Team Manager, …

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Fave Finds: Andrea's Fluorescent Florals

Who: Andrea of Paper Sparrow

Where: “Hospice Resale Shop in Orange City, Florida. Florida has great thrifting items; with all the snow birds and retirees, you can find vintage pieces at bargain prices.”

How much: “$1 ! (Yes, really!)”

When

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