The lines on this column dress add a dramatic statement to an otherwise simple dress. Perfect for work with a cardigan or blazer and chunky jewelry!
This is an example of the power of Facebook campaigns. I’ve never heard of this company until I clicked on their ad on my profile sidebar. They bill their site as “Vintage-Inspired Indie Dresses,” which is right up my alley, so I was definitely intrigued.
The site has a mix of Anthropologie’s whimsy with Modcloth’s affordable prices. I haven’t had a chance to compare items from all three sites but there’s definitely a sense of deja-vu upon visiting Ruche (I did just see some BB Dakota items which Modcloth definitely sells too).
Some cute items include:
Clermont Polka Dot Dress ($46.99)
I wanted to browse some more but the site is extremely, painfully slow! However, I plan to stop by again in the future to do a little more window shopping, and perhaps purchase some items to check out the quality of their products and user-friendliness of their site. More to come soon!
Modcloth is in the midst of a huge sale right now. Tons of cute clothing, accessories, and home stuff at great prices. I’ve heard mixed reviews about the quality of their clothes, but decided to give them a try starting with the sale items (I’ve persued their site a lot but never purchased anything until yesterday). I was in a very indecisive state of mind, so justified buying 4 dresses by saying it is in the name of research so I can share my findings with other potential customers! lol!
I will follow up with a review of my purchases, but check out their merchandise (sale and regular price) before hot items sell out!
Does anyone have any thoughts or feedback on Modcloth merchandise that you’d like to share? Please let me know – I’d really appreciate your comments!
I bought a pair of Umi shoes as a Christmas gift for A. this year. It’s a company I never took very seriously because they’re quite expensive, but I was fortunate to stumble on their site during a 50% off sale they were having for the holidays. I was really surprised at the quality and care they put into their craftsmanship and understood a little more why they charge a premium for their products. They also have a social mission, dedicated to being an environmentally friendly company using sustainable products and packaging. My son loves his Umis and always runs to me with these in hand when it’s time to go outside.
Style-wise, these shoes are super cute with a variety of colors and styles trending on the conservative side (no bling or big logos anywhere) but definitely versatile enough to dress up or down.
I can’t justify paying full-price for a pair just yet since toddler feet grow so quickly, but next time there’s a sale, you’ll totally find me there. Speaking of sales, you can get 10% off any new styles with code NEWSPRINGSALE12 at checkout. There’s also a nice selection of clearance items, including the cute Tendems I mentioned above.
Loving this simple and easy to wear outfit from Anthropologie. The red shoes are a lovely pop of color.
I’m gonna go on a huge shopping spree! Just kidding…we’re going to be so broke by then. New baby + single income (during my maternity leave) + husband’s b-school tuition equals eating ramen noodles by candlelight at night for the next 3 years.
One of my favorite online shops, Red Dress Shoppe, recently added some cute retro-inspired dresses to their inventory. I fantasize about fitting into their size small like I used to. Now, I”ll be happy to squeeze into a large.
Our LA winter has been relatively mild thus far, but there have been a good number of chilly nights so I haven’t been able to unpack my shorts/flip flops from storage just yet. I bought a pair of J Brand jean leggings (aka “jeggings”) which have been a staple of my wardrobe for the past several weeks. They look just like regular jeans, including front pockets (which are actually fake) and back pockets (real), plus a zipper and button. Did I mention they’re also SUPER comfortable and go well with anything?
I’d buy another pair except I’ve placed myself on a budget this month.
So this post is really a bunch of miscellaneous items thrown together…
I wrote a previous post about how I wished Anthropologie had kids clothes, and it seems like my wish came true! Originally stumbled across a limited selection of items at the store in Newport Beach when I was down there for work event, but now you can find them on their website and in the latest catalog. Super cute stuff (just super expensive too!)
It finally arrived in the mail on Wednesday and I’ve been happily clicking away at the most banal and uninteresting subjects to practice (with the exception of my dog Sophie, who’s been patiently acting as my primary live model). I’m still trying to figure how to use the darn thing – there’s so much more to SLRs than a regular point-and-shoot – but I’m at least shooting in “P” mode right now, having skipped the Auto functions altogether. So far, the pictures, even with my nonexistent skills, are looking pretty good!
Seeing costume stores pop up in previously empty storefronts has gotten me thinking about Halloween. I’ve been looking for the Maggie Simpson star costume from the Simpsons for my newest nephew, but it’s surprisingly really hard to find.
I found these darling monster slippers on Etsy that I’m thinking of getting for him instead:
Okay, gonna go back to looking for that Maggie Simpson costume online now.