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November 17, 2011

EmersonMade in the Pop-Up Shop!

Hello there. I haven’t been the best blogger as of late, have I? Maybe this will help. Emersonmade is in the Pop-Up Shop for one day only… and unless you live under a rock, or don’t read any blogs, you’re most likely familiar with them… yes? They are after all, the young(ish) internet’s favorite brand!

Select pieces of their current collection are up to 50% off until 6PM Pacific today! Major restraint being practiced over here. Though I doubt I’ll make it through the day without at least buying a bag of tees.

Check it out!


  1. nicole b. said on November 17, 2011

    Gah, I want the little-black-dress sooo badly! xo.

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