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PopShop poppin’ up!

I've been working with a group of friends to put together a monthly pop-up shop filled with crafty objets d’art , fashion, accessories, home decor, and vintage clothing by a hand-picked selection of local sellers. Set to open at 1301 Main Street on March 25th, we'll be right in the heart of all the Final Friday action! We wanted a fun, vibrant name, and settled on PopShop as a take on the pop-up concept, and

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Yes, marm

I can't pinpoint the EXACT moment I decided I wanted to dress like a mid-century schoolmarm, but, well, here we are. This skirt caught my eye specifically because of its Little House-meets-June Cleaver vibe. I love the ribbon and button detailing on the waist! And it TWIRLS! Who doesn't like twirling, I ask you? WHO(m)?!? I was having so much fun, I (foolishly) asked Friendboy what he thought: "You look

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Tumblr Tuesday: Rap names + blanket forts

I'm not sure if Michelle Harper's outfit is a dress over harem pants or a jumpsuit, but whatever it is, I NEED IT; The Grand Taxonomy of Rap Names will either increase your understanding of hip-hop culture or confuse the heck out of you, but it's totally worth it either way; I swear I've wanted an upstairs-to-downstairs slide in my house since I was 8--see mom, it is possible; loving this brightly colored,

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Breaking up is (not) hard to do

As much as I love menswear, I can count on one hand the number of times I've worn a suit--as in a blazer and matching bottoms meant to be worn together. I'll take my separates separately, thank you.I bought this Far East-inspired suit from a thrift store a while ago, and while the skirt got some play after I altered it, the jacket hung around, unworn for quite some time. I

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Indie Newsstand

A few of my favorite online indie magazines:Fashion JournalFashion Journal is a free Australian magazine for women and men, and prides itself on fea­tur­ing local and inter­na­tional design­ers and street fash­ion trends.fashionjournal.com.auCoco EcoCoco Eco is a digital magazine with a focus on sustainable fashion, beauty, celebrity, and cause. Subscriptions are paid, but you can view the current issue on the site.www.cocoecomag.comMatchbookLaunched in January, Matchbook is feminine, cute, and neat, covering cover

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