About Annie

Thrift shopping and cupcake baking are the two main constants within Annie's life. When she's not scouring for finds of a lifetime or indulging in calorie-laden confections, Annie enjoys bicycles, dogs, fashion, long stories, and inside jokes.

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“You have a freak flag. You just don’t fly it.”

The first time I watched Annie Hall, I immediately fell in love with Diane Keaton. I joined the club when I realized my admiration for Keaton’s quirky style and approachable personality. Around the same time, during early high school, …

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Dressed to the Nines (And the Nine to Five), Part One

The holiday season can be overwhelmingly stressful. First, there’s the pressure to buy the perfect gift for your significant other, best friend, and closest family members (and if you’re anything like me, this is often done on a tight budget). …

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“Smile. Little bow. And a wave.”

A close friend of mine has a serious addiction to Love Actually. In times of stress or sadness, she curls up with her favorite afghan, a warm cup of green tea, a large bag of popcorn, and escapes into …

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“Six inch ribbon curls, honey.”

Did I say Miracle on 34th Street is the quintessential holiday movie? Well, I’m afraid my opinion has changed. Miracle… can still be the quintessential holiday movie, but it’s going to have to share that title with Elf.

Granted, …

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“Faith is believing in things when common sense tells you not to.”

I think it’s safe to say that Miracle on 34th Street is the quintessential holiday movie. The original film is from 1947, but the enchanting story has been re-made twice into made for television movies (in 1959 and again in …

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“Sometimes you can still catch me dancing in it.”

It’s hard for me to think about Edward Scissorhands without getting a little choked up. Each and every time I watch Tim Burton’s iconic film, I fall in love with Edward’s innocence and gentle demeanor, Peg’s unconditional kindness, and Kim’s …

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“Looks like we’re gonna have to make a cameo at the Val party.”

Oh, Cher.

Your credit card is unlimited. Retail therapy seems to be your go-to solution for nearly every possible quandary. Rodeo Drive? It’s a short distance from your Beverly Hills mansion, and the infamous LA shopping hot spot is a …

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Walkin’ in a Vintage Wonderland…

It’s that special time of year, and what better way to commemorate the season of giving than with a vintage-inspired lookbook! We’re incredibly excited to introduce our one-of-a- kind holiday lookbook, Vintage Wonderland, featuring plenty of unique treasures along

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Style Icon: Daphne Guinness

Sophisticated socialite. Designer muse. Mother of three. Noteworthy collector of haute couture. Model. Modern heiress of an aristocrat Irish Protestant family. Journalist. Stylist extraordinaire. Philanthropist. On-and-off-again girlfriend of a married French philosopher. Undisputed style icon. Daphne Suzannah Diana Joan Guinness …

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Style Icon: Iris Apfel

By ModCloth Writer: Annie Morrison

Iris Apfel wears many hats. Quite literally, as an undisputed fashion icon known for a perfectly panache presentation, Apfel’s closet undoubtedly features feathered fascinators, bejeweled berets, and chic cloche hats. Figuratively, her impressive curriculum vitae …

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