Good News! Did you know that there are now new ModCloth Private Label brands? It’s true! Check out their two very first private label brands: Bea & Dot and Myrtlewood. Featuring an array of playful prints, feminine silhouettes, and classic cuts, their private label brands were conceived with the best of vintage in mind. What’s even more exciting is most of their private label items come in a full ranges of sizes, from XS to 4X, a fit for almost everyone!
Here are a few of my favorites; I wanted to include more but there were just so many cute ones!
Husband-and-wife team Susan Gregg Koger and Eric Koger were high school sweethearts when they founded ModCloth a decade ago as an online shop to sell Susan’s vintage clothing finds. Today, the retailer features a range of vintage styles that speak to women in different stages of life, and ModCloth has launched a series of Private-Label lines this Month. You are going to Love ModCloth!
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