A Blog for Modern Traditionalists

Month: November 2014

Knitted: Marion Cardigan

Knitted: Marion Cardigan

Buttons are pretty mundane, right?  I’ve found many a wayward button in a couch, and lord knows I’ve used my bust to pop a few dozen of them off poorly constructed sweatshop garb (whilst out in public, of course. You never sprout a chest gape or pornographic crotch […]

Our Newfie Heritage – Visiting Elliston and St. John’s

Our Newfie Heritage – Visiting Elliston and St. John’s

People often seem incredulous when they discover how much I’ve travelled. Would you like to know my secret? Well, first of all, I’ve been fortunate enough to create some opportunities through travel writing. But the second (and more sustainable) reason is that I’m hyper-aware that procrastination […]

ModCloth Monday: Get Yer Nog On

ModCloth Monday: Get Yer Nog On

What dress will you spill rum and eggnog on this year? It’s never too soon to decide, especially if we’re talking about shopping on ye olde internets. What would take Santa-upon-Sleigh approximately .0003 seconds to deliver will most likely take four weeks when using the “mere mortal” postal system.

Here are a few pretty picks that could help you get kissed with NO MISTLETOE REQUIRED – imagine that!

1. Picture Perfection Dress

2. Going Glam Dress

3. Shimmer in the Candlelight Dress