These Role Models Inspired Our New Stylebook

Remember this summer when we asked you to tell us about your volunteer or non-profit career experience? Well, we were so impressed by the many wonderful emails detailing how thoughtful, charitable, and venerable you are!

The women featured in our current stylebook, Role Models, were some of those who got in touch with us. Their dedication to their respective organizations, and their sensational sense of style, make each of them beautiful inside and out. Just like many of you reading this, they make a positive difference in the world.

Read a little about each great gal’s affiliation below, and then learn more by clicking on their links!

ModCloth Blog Role Models Stylebook

“I feel just as good as they do when the riders learn something new or develop a new skill,” says Tess. “We see so many smiles on any given day, and that in itself is a great feeling.”

ModCloth Blog Role Models Stylebook

“It’s incredibly rewarding to have a 350-pound silverback gorilla purr and smile at you just for being there for him,” says the animal-loving Andrea.

ModCloth Blog Role Models Stylebook

As a committee member, the aptly named Charity says, “Our small company is a great example of integrity and community support.”

ModCloth Blog Role Models Stylebook

“The parks really are an urban oasis,” says Holly, a web writer for one of the greatest supporters of Pittsburgh’s public parks.

ModCloth Blog Role Models Stylebook

“I wholeheartedly believe in the systems that have been put into place and see the difference PACE can make,” says Jenn.

ModCloth Blog Role Models Stylebook

Creative Director Kiyomi says, “We live in a great city with amazing talent and venues. Our organization strives to present both in the best way possible!”

ModCloth Blog Role Models Stylebook

“It’s such an amazing group of people who work hard to protect something that we directly affect,” says Elyza.

We encourage you to check out these organizations and, if you are able, give resources to those you feel strongest about. Which charities or non-profits do you want to give a shout-out to?


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    Sarah 10/29/2012 at 6:16 pm #

    Thank you for sharing this! What an inspiring group 🙂


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    Eliza 10/30/2012 at 10:37 am #

    Love that you support so many amazing charities. How did you all ride out the storm?

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    Julie C. (ModCloth) 10/30/2012 at 9:59 pm #

    I recognize Kiyomi from a show featuring band camp kids at Mosswood Park in Oakland! Not to sound creepy or anything. 🙂 Awesome!

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    Becca 10/31/2012 at 7:51 am #

    Also love the charity support. I’d love to see this being an on-going thread (non-profits need all the love and support they can get). It would be great if you could also support organizations that work with the homeless and people with mental health needs.

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    Heather 11/04/2012 at 8:18 pm #

    Awesome job! Glad to see you featuring real people wearing the clothes and making a difference too!

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    bloomscience 11/04/2012 at 8:20 pm #

    Big props to Modcloth for featuring these women. It’s nice to see these stylin’ ladies making a difference!

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