Weekly Blogosphere Roundup 5

Raise the roof ladays! It’s Friday! Anther great week in the e-commerce world for us. And in the tangible, far less easily navigable, real world, we got our first snow! Snow is confounding in a way – you look out the window at the first white dusting of the year and inevitably get excited with school-just-might-be-canceled butterflies – whether you’re a student or not, of course.

This feeling stays until you take your first step onto a treacherously ice ridden sidewalk, during which you simultaneously curse, take note of all individuals in close enough proximity to see your impending plunge and contemplate moving to a warmer locale.

Oh well, we can all just cross our fingers for global warming, right? On to the blogoshpere…

The Bones About It.
Perhaps the most common and widely distributed pics across the fashion internets this week were those of the Rodarte collection for Target, coming to a red dot near you December 20 to January 31. Coquette gives the LD.

A Hole In My Pocket. Birdie at Bonne Vie delves thoughtfully into the topic of fast fashion’s relationship to today’s repair industries. This is truly interesting people, so do take a look.

Fly With Me. Confession: I think Victoria’s Secret models are magical fairies. They’re obviously not real humans, plus they have wings, so magical fairies is the obvious alternative, right? The lovely lady at Fashion X K8 tell us about her love of Vicky S too.

DIY. Amber at Painfully Hip tell us how to grab some serious runway style with not much more than thrifty intuition.

You Look Cold. Get some much-needed clarification on leggings versus tights from Serena at Style on a String. If you talk to LiLo today, can you please send her this link? Thanks.

Have a lovely weekend!

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  • Reply birdie December 11, 2009 at 2:41 pm

    Hey! Thanks for the mention, dearest! I can’t wait to check out some of the other posts, too. :>

    • Reply Bridget December 12, 2009 at 2:59 pm

      Hey Birdie, Thanks so for stoppin’ by! We love your blog! ‘Case For Knockoffs’ was especially great. Def applicable in our world ;)

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