QB on IFB!

You guys, I’m so excited to announce that one of my blog posts has been chosen to be featured on the Independent Fashion Bloggers’ “Links a la Mode” post this week!  Each week, bloggers submit links for posts that they would like to share with fellow bloggers. IFB then chooses 20 lucky links to feature for that week’s post. This week is all about “wearing the pants,” or taking control of your wardrobe. Scroll down to find me and some fabulous other bloggers!

 

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Wearing the Pants in the Family

Do you know what? Every time you think you got the pants down, something new comes up! Transparent pants, sequin pants for any occasion, no-pants… heck even changing your sweaters into pants. It’s crazy what we’ll do to cover our legs! Anyway, while the whole roundup isn’t necessarily about PANTS, they certainly come up every now and then. What I like about the idea of “pants” is the idea of taking control of your wardrobe. Maybe everyone in your family wears pants, but in your life who or what is wearing the metaphorical pants? And what can you do to reinvent them? Let’s find out in this week’s Links a La Mode!

Links à la Mode: December 19th

SPONSOR: East Dane
Ca & Lou, Oscar de la Renta,
RVN, Inis Meain, Havaianas,
Parke Ronen,
Lenny Niemeyer,
Jill Stuart
, Koolaburra, Christopher Raeburn

NEW Instructions for Submitting to Links à la Mode:
1. Read the clarified rules and submit your links on this page: Links à la Mode.
2. If your link was selected and you need this week’s code, visit this page: Links à la Mode Code.

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