Archive | June, 2012

Street Style: Chic Ways to Wear Red, White, and Blue

Whenever a big holiday rolls around, we struggle to find ways to incorporate the festive colors of the occasion without evoking memories of our Puffy Paint-adorned holiday sweaters of yesteryear. Read more »

Make the Cut: Winter Garden Gala

You came. You sketched. We produced. And our first Make the Cut Collection was a smashing success! So, aspiring designers, are ya ready for another round? We hope so, because our Make the Cut Contest is back again! Read more »

Susan’s Selects: What I’m Loving this Summer

Summer may have only just officially begun, but all of us at ModCloth have long been looking forward to the amazing items coming to the site this season. As the weather warms up, it brings with it trends we can't wait to try! Here are just a few of my favorites... Read more »

A Quick Fix: How to Make DIY Dry Shampoo

We invited DIY beauty expert Shana of Fox & Doll back to share another her original recipe for the ever-handy dry shampoo. Read more »

Meet the ModDog: Pep Pep

Name: Pep Pep
Age: 4 Months
Breed: Yorkie

Meet Pep Pep, the newest addition to the Pittsburgh ModDog family! Having found his home less than a week ago with ModStylist Nicole, this petite pup has wriggled his way …

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The Knot, Summer 2012

The Every-daisy Elegance Ring was featured in the Summer issue of The Knot.


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So Fly: Travel Pins By Our Latest Pinterest Guests!

We’ve all seen travel boards galore on Pinterest – they seem to be endless -, but today we’re sharing some of the best of the best out there! Hop on over to our ‘Guest Pinner’ gallery on ModCloth’s Pinterest to …

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Side Walks: June’s Book of the Month Giveaway

While summer vacation is perfect for exploring an exotic land or new-found city, it’s also a lovely opportunity to discover unnoticed sights and sounds, even flavors, in your own back yard. For the latter, illustrator Kate Pocrass created this fun …

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Get Away to the Good Life: A Retro Retreat

Image via Flickr user The Pie Shop

Oh, major air carriers, won’t you please perfect time travel?

We’re ready to take a trip back to when ‘vacation’ stood for escaping the ordinary. On this first day of summer, we invite …

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Shake Up Your Playlist With My First Earthquake

Photo via My First Earthquake

If your summer playlist is lacking fierce female vocals, then Bay Area indie group My First Earthquake is your fix. The beginning of their latest album, Friction, starts off strong, with catchy, summer jam goodness. …

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