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Goodwill Industries Week

The first week in May usually has us dreaming of the warm weather ahead and spending as much time as we can outside. But the first week in May also marks the beginning of Goodwill Industries Week. Most people know Goodwill as the go-to place to donate old items they no longer want. Some thrifty […]

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Transform your outdoor spaces

This warmer weather has us dreaming of lounging outside with a nice book or glass of wine. Whether you have acres of land in your backyard or just a tiny deck, spice up your space for the summer and get ready for lots of fun in the sun with these tips! Add a quick pop […]

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Area’s Best Farmers Markets

As the weather warms up trade your local supermarket for a fun outdoor one. You’ll get higher quality produce, prepared foods, and other goods and you’ll get a nice tan while doing it! We’ve compiled a list of our favorite farmers markets in the D.C. metro area, now all you need to do is grab […]

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#HouseCrush Event Recap

We had so much fun at #HouseCrush this past Saturday. Thank you to everyone who came out to the event, everyone came away with great items from the swap! First, guests came to a cocktail hour where they enjoyed cupcakes by Red Velvet Cupcakery and mimosas (or sparkling cider!). While enjoying these treats everyone checked out the […]

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Should you rent or buy?

By Mckenna Underwood Pros for Renting  No maintenance- if you are renting a home, it is similar to living in an apartment. If something breaks, you just call someone else to fix it! Big pro for renting. Relocation- If you don’t plan on staying in one place for a long period of time, renting is […]

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#HouseCrush 101: How to Make the Most of Small Spaces

By Liz Provencher Living in the city, we’re often crammed into tiny apartments. Since most of us city dwellers would never give up the hustle and bustle of city life for more space, we absolutely have to make the most of the space we do have! Here is a guide to making the most out of […]

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Top 5 Concerns of First Time Home Buyers

By McKenna Underwood Buying a home for the first time is scary. There are rules, regulations and an array of little things that you just didn’t know about. Below, we are going to talk about the top five concerns of a first time home buyer and how to overcome them! Houses are too expensive– The […]

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#HouseCrush 101: The Boys’ Edition

By Kalonji Brinson New Year, New Design, New You! This blog post is for all of the men out there who are wondering how exactly their home can live up to the #HouseCrush standard! Ladies, if your boyfriend is moving into a new place, or if his current place needs some improvement, then this little guide […]

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Live from South Moon Under

By Zahni Jackson-Garrett What began as a surf shack in Ocean City, Maryland in 1968 has grown into a retailer with 22 stores across the east coast. Still privately owned, South Moon Under has no plans of slowing down, and rumor has it that the owners of SMU are in talks with investors! So, if […]

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Oscar Viewing Parties & Events In The DC Area

By Kristen Booth With the Oscars happening in two days, many of us are getting super excited and ready to go. But, instead of sitting in our living room on the couch in PJs and watching them either alone or with your family or roommates, why not shake things up a bit this year? Gather up […]

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DC Gives Back: Spotlight on Suited for Change

By Kristen Booth Suited For Change, a local Washington, D.C. nonprofit, is an organization that helps women of low socioeconomic status get back on their feet and into the workforce by helping them not only get professional clothing, but also by providing them with the education as well as life and work skills that they need to […]

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Longchamp Does City Center DC

By Kristen Booth Last Thursday night, Longchamp unlocked the doors to their newest store in City Center DC by teaming up with Harper’s BAZAAR to throw an amazing event. Working with them to put on this great event was Becky’s Fund, in which we’re great supporters of. If you remember, they were our charity partner for our […]

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Fashion Friday: Looks From NYFW That Embody DC Style

By Kristen Booth New York Fashion Week always brings a new era on the fashion scene in more places than just New York City. Every year, in September and February, DC is also taken by storm and given a ton of new fashion to love and obsess over. So, needless to say, this year’s NYFW […]

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Motivation Monday: End of Summer Bucket List

Motivation Monday: End of Summer Bucket List

Life’s bucket list not working out for you? We don’t blame you. One ticket to Beyoncé’s concert can range anywhere from $100 to more than a thousand dollars. Backpacking across Europe can be pretty pricy unless you’re willing to couch surf and restrain yourself from spending too much on food and clothing. You’d also probably […]

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You’re Invited! Join Us This Sunday…

This Sunday, July 20th, we will be setting up shop at URBN Market Bethesda at Bethesda Chevy Chase Banquet Hall! When? Sunday, July 20, 2014 from 10am to 4pm Where? Bethesda Chevy Chase Banquet Hall 5020 Battery Lane Bethesda, MD What? URBN Market Bethesda Why? We will be there debuting, Stella, our collection of vintage […]

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Thrifty Tuesday: Cherry Blossom Looks for Less

Did you see the Cherry Blossom Festival last weekend? We’re inspired to rock florals this spring! We have the perfect outfits to compliment this season. And they won’t break your budget, promise! This floral top from Threadsence adds the perfect touch of feminine for a fun day out. For a dressier approach, try pairing this […]

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