Small Girls Style: Cropped Sweaters on Urban Outfitters
When we got last week’s Urban Outfitters “cropped sweaters trend” email, we couldn’t help but think how these two outfits were very Mallory (L) & Bianca (R). Who knows- you might just see us wearing these outfits at a holiday party near you.
Small Girls is proud to march along with Authentic Apparel Group as they launch the US Army’s first menswear line.
Currently available on Zappos.com, the collection inspired by U.S. Army uniforms throughout history, delivered with the fit, performance, and style of this iconic institution.
Full of awesome outerwear, knits, and everything in between- with hardware from actual US Army uniforms of the past and details/fabric technology of today’s gear- the assortment is perfect for more than a few good men.
Watch the video behind the design and production process on their site!
If you haven’t heard, Ebay launched a redesign last week- and we’re kind of obsessed with the featured curators and their picks!
Check out the video introducing some of their curators. We love how it makes selling, buying, and discovering a more personable process on the site. The last time a Small Girl forayed into the Ebay world, Bianca tried to buy a twitter handle from an ex-bf. This however, is getting us kind of excited to really jump into back the community and discover the oh so kewl things that we want in our lives as let the public buy a little something that comes from our lives.
And speaking of which, that neon phone under Chris Benz’s picks has been on our “need to get” list since we’ve been looking for stuff for our new office + that Marie Antoinette collection speaks so near to our hearts (I mean hello, eating candy and a little throwback to the she and reverie launch we threw.)
Party with Gambita (and some small girls… literally) on Friday October 25th at the Dream Downtown’s PH-D Rooftop Lounge (355 West 16th Street) from 7-10PM
Celebrate #petiteispowerful, with the 5’4” and under fashion e-tailer, as they choose the next face of the site with their live runway show of 10 finalists.
Whether you’re part of the small but mighty community,or support the movement(we <3 you!), enjoy some cocktails and not-so-small talk while joining the tiny and talented guest judges- fashion blogger Sara Zucker, Third Wave Fashion’s Cyndi Ramirez, and stylist Samantha Lim in selecting the lucky Gambita winner!
Visit the Gambita blog to learn more about the 10 finalists, and for information on how to cast your vote on your favorite model.
About Gambita:Gambita is a startup eCommerce company that sells the best in petite and petite-friendly fashion for women 5’4” and under. In addition to creating an amazing shopping experience for petite women, we wish to create a supportive community, where petite women feel empowered and learn to embrace and love their petite selves.
Refinery 29: 21 Kids Who Dress WAY Better Than Us
Obviously, here at Small Girls PR, we’re fans of tiny ladies of all ages—and it’s no secret that kids are some of the most visionary dressers out in the fashionsphere. The older you get the less chances you take with your wardrobe, but these young guns go hard in the paint and never look back. Check out the rest of these darling illustrations, by Jennifer Williams, over at Refinery 29—and it’s not all small girls, there are plenty of stylish, petite princes, too.
Blogger Style: @racheletnicole rocking Tortoise & Blonde + Urban Outfitters.
Had such a fun time playing dress up with Rachel & Nicole at Urban Outfitters for Tortoise & Blonde!
Meanwhile our Account Coordinator anniegracej keeps the Lower East Side looking good this weekend.
Racked LA: Six Twenty - 25 Women in Business Campaign
The women behind Six Twenty must have been even more to excited than we were reading Harvard Business Review’s Global Rise of Female Entrepreneurs this month. They took the article and transformed it into a celebration of women in business by tapping some of their favorite ladies-making-it-happen for a national Women in Business day campaign that went live on Racked today.
We were happy to be included, grabbing some basics from the line to throw under a blazer (or motorcycle jacket) as we blaze the path for more tiny women to command big business.
All Six Twenty apparel are made in LA by fellow lady duo Angeli + Sarika, making this particular collaboration hit close to home in the best way possible.