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  • Sis, It Don't Add Up? Shop Secondhand Before You Buy New.

    When I said I wanted a business I didn’t know how many people it could effect until I went to fashion school.

    I learned how much wasteful tactics were being implemented in order to remain at a status in the fashion industry and it sickened me.

    I learned how a lot of the factory workers were being abused not only in this country but outside this country in order to make garments of clothing in mass production.

    I learned about the fumes that came with creating our clothing were infecting our air that we all share. 

    I learned that the physical clothing was being placed outside of our country and being dumped in these 3rd world counties so they could deal with it.

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  • Crystal Rey, You Are An Outfit Repeater.

      Kate Sanders, you are officially irrelevant. The Lizzie McGuire Movie came out in 2003, I was a 13-year-old girl obsessed with everything Hilary Duff, Disney & Pop Culture. How I remember Y2K being was, it was the decade of learning superficiality. If we all weren’t watching Paris Hilton, we were refreshing PerezHilton.com for the next stream of gossip. But hey, it wasn’t all bad. Y2K was the start of Social Media (thank God for Tom & his MySpace). We all learned how to selfie, had top 8’s & Marketing to the younger generation took on a whole new meaning with the...

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  • Self-Love From A Lesbian Perspective

    It was 2012, the year I graduated from FIDM, I had another epiphany (I’m starting to feel like That’s So Raven as I write this), I had to say my truth, I had to speak the words that bring fear to my existence because the fear isn’t real. I had to say those words to my parents, my family & my friends that, ‘I am gay, I am a lesbian, I like girls.”
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  • Lets Talk 2021

    It’s 2021 and every goal I set for my business when I started this shop at 22 years old (2012) has been hit. 

    1. Reach 10K on one platform (I have two platforms with more than 10k) 
    2. Be completely independent. (Moved out of my parents home in December of 2020)
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  • Mini Spring Look Book

    It's the start of Spring and what a better way to start it off than with some springtime ensembles perfect for the thrifty girls closet.
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