I Heart the Internet-IFB and Crafting a Green World

Hi friends! Happy Monday! I have a couple of special reasons why I heart the internet this week that I had to share with you :).

First off, one of my fave fave fave faaaave DIY/Craft sites Crafting a Green World included my lace cutout blouse DIY in their Top 5 October Green Crafts Showcase!

Secondly!!!! My Ethical Shopping 101 made it onto Independent Fashion Blogger’s (IFB) Links á la Mode. For the record this post is one of my favorite posts, if not my most favorite on this blog…I worked super hard on it and it really made my day to see that IFB saw value in it and shared it with the independent fashion blogging community.

Be sure to check out the other links! And have a wonderful week, friends.

Links à la Mode: The IFB Weekly Roundup
By: Taylor Davies

Happy Halloween!

Edited By: Taylor Davies

I want to start this week’s Links a la Mode by very quickly and briefly sending out thoughts and prayers to those most severely affected by Superstorm Sandy. We had a lot of great submissions this week, many of them Halloween themed! From Beetlejuice pants to costumes a la Anna Wintour and Victoria Beckham, and appropriately dark black lace. We also had some very thoughtful, introspective posts on the self, personal style and a blogger donating her hair to locks of love.




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  1. Bella Q, The Citizen Rosebud November 10, 2012 / 1:24 pm

    I’m no longer a fan of IFB (sorry!) but kudos for them for publishing some talent- your post and blog are stellar- it’s great to see it/you get some recognition for that. Congrats on shining brightly friend. Keep up the good work!
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    • Jamillah November 14, 2012 / 10:32 am

      no need to say sorry! i totally get it, friend. i really love that post so much and just want to share the crap out of it, so i submitted and was really pleased they chose it to share as well. despite ifb’s downfalls i really do have faith in their intentions and hope that they just get better and wiser with their practices.

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