Links à la Mode: The IFB Weekly Roundup, April 15

Fashion is Booming

Edited by Fashion Pulse Daily

Style cares not about the economy, so we continue on, falling in love with a fabulous pairs of shoes, lbd, and the perfect little cardie. New boutiques, designers, ideas, and innovative, avant garde concepts continue to emerge, and we can’t help but start a new love story with our latest DIY project,  amazing vintage find, department store score, or simply a  fabulous floral umbrella. And so, as the title suggests, fashion is booming, creativity is soaring, and we can take a big exhale and shove our worries aside – it’s time to allow ourselves to get excited about wearing some new or all-time favorite spring-weather garments and accessories.

As expected, there was a fabulous round-up of links in the forum as well, all worthy of your eyeballs!

[Note from Jennine] Oh, and if you’re looking for something to do this summer… IFB is looking for interns!

Links à la Mode : April 15th

  • 39th and Broadway – An Interview With The Person Who Really Determines How Your Clothes Fit!
  • Chic Steals – What happens to a piece of clothing once it is donated to a charity such as Goodwill?
  • Dedicated Follower of Fashion – Explores the new Spring/Summer Collection from Stylesmith:
  • Denim Debutante – Three Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Your Jeans
  • Evoluer – My best friend & I came across mint condition vintage Chanel at the local thrift store!
  • Fashion Pulse Daily – Discovers a new way to think about dress via Linda Grant’s ‘The Thoughtful Dresser’
  • Fasshonaburu – Need inspiration on fun color combination? Try looking at wedding palette articles!
  • For Those About to Shop – Breeyn McCarney’s eco-conscious collection finds beauty in despair
  • House in Tillford – An interview with two big blogs: learn from their experience on how to grow your own blog
  • Idiosyncratic Style – Recycled Style Project: DIY paperclip necklace
  • Maple Sucre – The Women x Women Exhibition: Inspiring Young Women to get Behind the Lens
  • M.I.S.S. – The Rag Trade: Wear it Now or Wear it Later
  • Oranges and Apples – Ways of wearing vintage
  • Retro Chick – Video Tutorial: Vintage style victory roll fringe bangs
  • Some Kind of Style –  Mr. Sartorialist In Town…
  • Style Eyes –  Couture: What’s the Point?
  • The Coveted – March Springs, April Showers…. Floral Umbrella for Spring
  • TheWellAppointedCatwalk – Suneri on Newbury
  • TheWorkingWardrobe – Battle of the Blazers: 25 different blazers for 25 different styles and body types
  • TrueQueen – Can Sweat Pants be Sexy?
  • Tweet – Simon Ekrelius: Chalk, Mirrors and Confessions
  • Widespread – An Interview with a new SF based store who gathers inspiration from the world

PLEASE READ IF YOU’D LIKE TO PARTICIPATE:

If you would like to submit your link for next week’s Links à la Mode, please register first, then post your links HERE. The HTML code for this week will be found in the Links a la Mode group will be published later today. ~Jennine

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17 Responses

  1. Eva // evoluer

    As if finding Vintage Chanel @ the thrift store wasn’t enough – you included me in the links!

    thank you!

    xo
    eva
    .-= Eva // evoluer´s last blog ..betsey johnson floral platforms =-.

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    • caitlin marie

      I am so in love with this post. The crop-tops are amazing and the pictures could not possibly be more adorable. I’ve been re-posting all over town, xo, caitlin.
      .-= caitlin marie´s last blog ..More Miu! =-.

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  2. m.fay

    congrats to all the lucky bloggers featured. keep doing what you do. isn’t it grand.

    m.fay
    .-= m.fay´s last blog .. =-.

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  3. julia

    my pleasure – great job everybody!
    .-= julia´s last blog ..Cynthia Rowley for Roxy Spring 2010 =-.

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