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Outfit of the Week: Paint It Black


By ModCloth Writer: Jennifer Chen

Here at ModCloth, we love our color. From our office decor to our daily outfits, color never fails to make an appearance. I love the technicolor ensembles and products that come through the door each …

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Outfit of the Week: Dreaming of a Tropical Va-cay

Autumn is in full swing here in Pittsburgh, so that means the weather usually consists of overcast mornings, grey afternoons, and rainy evenings. Although I’m initially smitten with fall weather, my admiration for changing leaves, crisp air, and mulled apple …

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Outfit of the Week: In Your Face Mom!

I know this seems like a cruel comment to make toward my mother (whom I love very much, by the way). It’s something you’d expect those horrible teenage girls who are guests on The Jerry Springer Show to say during …

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Outfit of the Week: All Stylish on the Western Front

I’ve never volunteered to create an Outfit of the Week, given the obvious limitations of ModCloth items I can assemble to put together a look for myself. But then, someone said to me, “Why don’t you just style someone else?” …

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Outfit of the Week: In With the Old!

By ModCloth Writer: Jen Luebbers

There is something hopelessly romantic about the changing of the seasons: the cooler temperatures, the turning of leaves, the scent of woodsmoke in the air. As a brand-new Pittsburgher, I find exploring the city, meeting …

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Outfit of the Week: Fall-ing for Fur

Greetings ModLovers! After a several month hiatus, I’m back in the OOTW saddle, and I’m taking no prisoners! As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, fall is hands-down my favorite time of the year. Layers, coats, boots – what’s not to …

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Outfit of the Week: The Leaves, They Are a Changin'

It’s official! Autumn started at 5:18 EST on September 22nd. And I, for one, could not be happier. Layering for the cooler days ahead means making use of my entire wardrobe – even my favorite pieces acquired all summer long! …

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Outfit of the Week: All Zipped Up

I have a penchant for all the zippers I’ve been seeing this season! From exposed zippers to zippers used as trim, I can’t get enough of them. They add an unexpected edge to almost any outfit, without the obvious use …

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Outfit of the Week: A Mad Party

If you are anything like me, you are super exited for Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland.  Although it is not set for release intil 2010, it inspired my outfit this week.  This ensemble  is what I’d wear to one …

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Outfit of the Week: Rebel With a Clue

I never got a tattoo, forgot to pierce some unusual part of my face, and always got along with my parents, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t always had a little rebel in my heart: a wee James Dean riding …

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Outfit of the Week: Brewing Up a Storm

From ModCloth Writing Team Intern, Amy Cockcroft:

This week I felt like mixing my styles, and why the heck not? I wanted to do rock chick. I wanted to do 1940s. I wanted to do dinner date. I wanted to …

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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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Outfit of the Week: Play me a Print, and Pump Up the Volume!

I’ve always been obsessed with prints.  The more, the merrier!  Colors, shapes, prints on prints, trompe l’oeil, fake boomboxes on bags, I’m there.  More recently I’ve also been playing with adding more texture to my outfits.  Sitting here now,  I …

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Outfit of the Week: How the West Was Cute, and You Can Be Too

For my Outfit of the Week, I was inspired to do a modern interpretation of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. I know, I know, that show was kind of bad, but I’ve always loved pioneer-girl style, and I couldn’t help …

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