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fabric — insatiable need — Page 3

fabric

wardrobe refashion

fabric

I have blogged about Wardrobe Refashion before, but this time I am official! I’ve joined up for six months. And I have a little web badge to prove it. By officially joining up, I pledge to not buy any new, manufactured clothing for six months, and instead refashion what I already own, what I find […]

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and the winner is…

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I am happy to announce that the winner of my fifth anniversary contest is Erica H. from California, who only just found Holland Cox in November and is already a repeat customer. When I notified her that she had won, she was very excited because she says she “never wins anything.” Hooray! Naturally, you all […]

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versatile style

fabric

My last two “how to wear it” posts were all about the fabric. How you don’t have to let a simple pattern or wild colors hold you back when you put together an outfit. This time, I want to talk about the silhouette of the bags, the shape and size of them. I like small […]

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how to wear it: mixing patterns

fabric

If you are at all familiar with Holland Cox products, you know that wild patterns and bright colors are what draws me to fabrics. The bolder the better! Sometimes, however, I do pick a more subdued print, but just because it is not multi colored or wildly abstract, does not mean it won’t still be […]

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fall collection

fabric

Finally! The fall collection was posted last week, with literally one day left in the month of September. Of course, there’s no law that says it had to be posted in September, but I like to somewhat stick to my original plans. Anyway, as always, six new colorways for each of the flagship designs, the […]

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personal crusade

fabric

You may have noticed this about me, but I love to sew. I’m obsessive about it, and can actually be kind of annoying about it as well, talking about it all the time and trying to get everyone I know to sew as well. One of things people mention as an obstacle when I try […]

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lucky magazine!

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I am so excited to report that one of my (new) envelope clutches has been featured in the March issue of Lucky Magazine! You know how Lucky has the “local listings” on the back page? That’s where this appears in the DC/Baltimore editions. Subscribers in the area will get issues with this page, but you […]

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random thoughts vi

balancing act

fall collection!Check it out, y’all, the fall collection is finally ready! I really think this is my favorite collection so far. I am absolutely in love with every single one of the eighteen new looks for the wristlet, classic, and envelope clutch. Yes, that means in the past I haven’t totally loved all of them. […]

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