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If you really like food, or things that are shaped like other things, these purses might be perfect.Hambags by Hannah Havana of Garudio Studiage are little vinyl purses and wallets shaped like food. Choose between a hot dog, a chicken leg and a burger for the purse, or pick up a Whopper Wallet, which is shaped like - you guessed it - the very fast food favorite it was named for. They all come with a chain strap (the wallet has a chain wrist loop) and zip ... Read More
Thanks to an article/segment from Good Morning America, I have a new blog crush: Young, Fat and Fabulous.YFF is a blog run by a young woman named Gabi and it focuses on trendy fashion for plus-sized girls. The clothes she chooses to talk about are a little edgier than those usually featured on Fatshionista, and the blog in general is less political. Plus, YFF seems to focus a lot on the ''in-betweenie'' set, which is the range of sizes that span the gap between ... Read More
Every story about living on a budget seems to start out with the line ''in these tough economic times.''So, in these tough economic times, thrift store shopping seems like a really good idea. And the thrift stores have noticed. The New York Times published an article today about a new phenomenon - Goodwill boutiques.These shops are still run by the Goodwill and they still use their profits for the same cause, but instead of being a big warehouse of ... Read More
Don't forget, New York BUSTies, tonight at Re/Dress NYC there will be a book signing and event with Marianne Kirby and Kate Harding , authors of Lessons from the Fat-O-Sphere. They will be accompanied by Fatshionista's Lesley Kinzel (who also contributed to the book) for an evening of shopping, dancing, reading and being fat/awesome.Directions: Re/Dress NYC 109 Boerum Place Brooklyn, NY between Pacific + Dean f/g train to Bergen Street stop Shopping ... Read More
Are you one part all-American girl next door and one part risque party chick? Then Vine and Venetia may be exactly what you're looking for. The line is based on the fictional story of two sisters: Vine, who is laid-back and prefers a quiet evening in with good friends and wine, and Venetia, a music-loving blogger who loves clubs and parties.Malik S. founder of Vine and Venetia, conceived the idea in 2004 as representations of his friends. The company adopted ... Read More