The punk in pink look is effortless and so fun! With only a few pieces, throw it together and turn heads wherever you go.
This Aztec print from Motel Rocks comes in a body-con dress, a crop top and a skirt in case you fell in love with the print like us!
This cutout play-suit is accessorized with a bright shoulder bag like this one from Gypsy Warrior and these Dr Martens Hincky Acid Pink Smiley 8 Eye Boots which are just insanely cool! We def think they should be paired with the leather leggings too!
Sarah Jessica Parker played an iconic NYC fashionista on Sex and the City, inspiring us to dress fabulously like it's our job! The best news came with the launch of SJP's own shoe line! The SJP collection has a fitting name - SJP!
SJP was already photographed opening the store on Wednesday and we are so excited!
“This vision felt like a mere dream five weeks ago,” said Parker to WWD's Footwear News earlier this week. “The best part is having Nordstrom be enthusiastic about this particular brand and collection.”
For shopaholics with buyer's remorse, DoGoodBuyUs is the perfect solution. This site hosts the largest marketplace of charity-made products, from tea to t-shirts, and boots to soaps. Instead of purchasing products that you feel guilty about buying, you can do good just by shopping. With each purchase 50 percent, or more, of the proceeds are dedicated to fighting poverty, hunger, disease, environmental degradation, and other life-threatening ills around the world. So not only are you helping yourself by buying something you love, but you are also helping others in the process.
The statistics for Autism are astounding, according to Autism Speaks 1 out of 88 children and 1 in 54 boys will be diagnosed with Autism. In America, it continues to be one of the fastest growing developmental disabilities. Marking Autism Awareness Month is the 6th Annual World Autism Awareness Day on Tuesday April 2nd. Established in 2007 and adopted by the United Nations the goal of this day is to bring attention to Autism, and give the undiagnosed and misunderstood the much needed information.
Spring is officially here and it is time to clean out your closet and think of becoming environmentally friendly. Going green has never been easier to do since international fashion giant H&M unveiled their new clothing line and service, entitled H&M CONSCIOUS. Customers can bring their old clothes into an H&M location to have them reused, reworn, or recycled. In return for their old clothes, customers receive a voucher for 15% off an item of their choice for each bag they bring. Customers are only allowed to bring in two bags of clothing per day.
Last week, Joonbug had the pleasure of learning all about the newly rebranded Rakuten.com Shopping, one of the world's largest e-commerce marketplaces. The Japan-based business focuses on making products from small businesses and local merchants available to the masses. Rakuten was so successful in Japan that they have decided to open up shop in the United States as Rakuten.com Shopping (formerly Buy.com). It differs from other similar sites such as eBay and Amazon in that instead of focusing on the lowest prices, it focuses on the quality of the product. Roger Andelin, President and CTO comments: "Rakuten.com Shopping is for the online shopper who expects quality over quantity and enjoyable shopping experiences over ambiguous transactions. We are very excited about raising the bar for online shopping and continuously improving to meet the modern shopper’s wants and needs."
Happy holiday shoppers rejoice! Just in time for the highly anticipated Black Friday, noted jewelry designer Karen London will be hosting a holiday trunk show at the Bloomingdale's Flag Ship and SoHo stores starting now through December. The trunk show will be held on various dates throughout the coming month from 11am-7pm.
Attendees will have the opportunity to not only shop the exclusive 2012 Holiday collection, but also meet some of the most infamous fashion bloggers of today. Check out the schedule below to learn when you can meet Christina Caradona of Trop Rouge, Rachel Schwartzman of Le Style Child, and more.
We all know bears love refrigerators (ya know, for the food) so it shouldn't have been much of a surprise when a 1-year-old 125-pound female black bear showed up at a Sears in Pittsburgh to do a little shopping. According to the Tribune Review, patrons spotted the bear in the parking lot around 8:30pm and started chasing it around with their cars said witness, Mark Marcinik, who was outside at the time.
(Come on people, how would you like to be chased around on your way to the mall?)