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Don't put all your eggs into one basket, put some in the hen house.

Local sustainable clothing line, Threads Todisco, makes it's mark on the Charleston style scene.

Editor Hooper Schultz sits down with one of the organizers of We Are Family's Spirit Day, being held this Friday, October 21, at The Southern Gallery from 6:30pm-9pm.

Want to look hip at Fashion Week this year but don’t want to blow your paycheck?

You've put your summer wardrobe way, and now it’s time to get out the good stuff. But if you’re like me, you’re ready for some new stuff. Also if you’re like me, I heard money doesn’t grow on trees, so I like to stay within a (major) budget. In Charleston, fall and winter is all about layering. I’m not asking you to buy your perfect fitting jeans and classic white tee-shirt at goodwill, but rather novelty pieces that can be used to mixing, matching, and layering. Here are some tips for your trip to the thrift store!

The results are in! Now's your chance to pick the winner of the Charleston Grit DIY Wedding Contest.

To wear black, or not to wear black—is that not always the question?

Gorgeous comes in all sizes, but the Chanel ski pants hanging in my closet do not. Uh-oh.

What do men REALLY want? I've got an all-star (sort of...) panel of dads to tell you—hilarious answers, and some useful ones too (hints: beer, music, homemade stuff, beer, done)

How do you feel about Black Friday starting early... as in, before the turkey's even properly digested? Check out the healthy, heated debate that ensued right here on whether you oughta take part

Beat the system AND the lines this week—here are my big-payoff tips for scoring the best deals on the biggest retail day of the year (Note: one of them involves being polite...really?)

Transform an ugly brass chandelier into a fun and funky light fixture for a few bucks and a can of spray paint!

What do you mean I can’t wear a bra with my gown!?” I asked the smirking sales clerk. “Any undergarment will show through,” she said with a “duh” inflection. “Didn’t you realize that when you ordered