In short, shopping alone is all kinds of awesome. Try it. It might work for you. Or, maybe not. Maybe, it’s just me.
So, today I’ve decided to give you all the deets about why big bags are so awesome. Here’s a short and sweet list.
P.S.: This post is for a school assignment. In A Deadly Wandering, author Matt Richtel documents the true story of Reggie Shaw, a college student who hits and kills two rocket scientists while texting and driving. This accident, the following investigation, and Reggie’s prosecution and verdict played a big role in the formulation of Utah’s… Continue reading A Deadly Wandering: Book Assignment
Winnipeg Style: Rebecca Harasym’s style is endearingly quirky. The bright colours and pop-art inspired accessories on her blog are a breath of fresh air among the sea of fashion bloggers who look very stylish but lack the originality that sets true style apart. Trendy Files: The Trendy Files is a fashion and beauty blog by… Continue reading 7 Winnipeg Fashion Bloggers To Look Out For
For the last three month, four beautiful people and I have been working on creating Forge Forward. We powered through lots of late nights, cups of coffee, and midnight Facebook chats to create a magazine that celebrates Manitoba and it’s entrepreneurs. We think Manitoba has so much to offer. Through our magazine, we tried… Continue reading Launching Forge Forward
You wouldn’t think that a 94-year old woman as a representative of cutting-edge style in the industry, but Iris Apfel is all that and more. Iris, made by Albert Maysels of Grey Gardens fame follows the very busy and colourful life of Iris Apfel, the grand dame of the fashion industry. Although she was always known… Continue reading Iris: A Fashion Documentary Review
Most Winnipeggers head straight for the West Acres Mall, Scheels, and Gordmans when they come to Fargo. When I went there for a school assignment last week, I found some beautiful local stores that you might want to visit.
The scent of grapefruit wafts through the store from the Farmer & Sons candle on the counter. It’s almost 5 pm but the sun’s still up outside, making the white walls of the store look whiter and the clothes on the racks look brighter. A cream Lord & Taylor vest for $24, A rich, oxblood,… Continue reading Shop Talk with Take Care Everyone
Pop-up shops are the coolest new catchphrase in retail. From the farmer’s markets inside malls, to your local E.T.S.Y market, you see a new one in your Facebook events page every month. But, what makes a pop-up shop different from your good ole craft fair and why does everyone want in? Because, it’s easy. Not… Continue reading Why pop-up shops are here to stay
The cobblestone streets and brick buildings of the Exchange District ask you to stop, take a moment, and browse through what the city’s boutiques have to offer. Creativity and fashion lives and breathes inside the walls of some of the city’s oldest buildings. Here are the some of the stores that you must take… Continue reading Shopping in Winnipeg’s Exchange District