Archive | March, 2010

ENVY 4.10

The Varsity Vogue Jacket in Livermore High was featured in the April issue of ENVY Magazine!!

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Oh, Bloglovin’, How Do I Love Thee?

I’m lucky – as part of my job, I get to follow fashion blogs all day. Before I knew about free blog management site Bloglovin’, I found myself obsessively checking to see if my favorite blogs had new posts. …

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More Baby Animal Cuteness!

OK guys, I haven’t received any baby lamb submissions yet. But reader Molly R. did send me this video of a piglet with the cutest little oink. Thanks Molly!

Do you have a favorite cute find? E-mail it to

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Barcelona: One Cool Cat-alan of a City

In this outfit: Ice Cream for this Dress, Matador Bolero, Fashion Fractal Hat, Look Twice T-Strap, The Lita Clutch in Luna

Just about everyone who’s been to Barcelona loves the city beyond belief. Could it be …

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Women Rock the World All Year Long!

March has been a magical month here on the ModLife blog, where we’ve featured four remarkable women who are making history right now, every day. We’ve heard Sarah Bender of the Peace Corps address what it’s like to leave …

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Outfit of the Week: A Black and White Affair

Ever been inspired to style an outfit based around one factor, be it a new pair of shoes, a hot pair of tights, or a fresh-from-the-thrift-store-jewelry-case necklace? This ensemble, modeled by the lovely Eve, a ModCloth Purchasing Specialist, began with …

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Top 10 Examples of Surrealist Fashion

There’s no better proof that ‘fashion is art’ than what one might call “Surrealist Fashion.” Take a look at the examples below to see what we mean!

10. Moschino’s multi-shirt sweater. This shirt is at …

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Tales from the Road: The Windy City

Last week, Buyers Lindsay and Sari, and Purchasing Specialist Christine headed to the Windy City for ModCloth’s first Chicago trade show! Between picking out new autumn accessories and exploring the city, our intrepid buyers took photos from their trip to …

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Obsolete Fashion: All Good in the Snood?

19th century painting by Adolph von Menzel, and women factory workers in 1942, building a practice bomb shell

Left: 19th-century painting by Adolph von Menzel. Right: Factory workers in 1942, building a practice bomb shell

A snood was a netted, tatted, knitted, or crocheted hairnet used to enclose hair at the back of the head, close to the …

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Celebrating Women’s History Month with The Uniform Project


For our final Women Making History post, we’re featuring a woman who just might be the greatest stylist in the world. Sheena Matheiken of The Uniform Project has worn the same dress since May 1, 2009 to raise money for …

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