• Rails Clothing
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    Rails…. Cute As A Button-Down

    Rails – Lumberjack Chic If you’ve spotted your favourite celebrity or blogger wearing an impossibly flattering plaid shirt in the last few years, then there’s a good chance it was made by American clothing brand, Rails. What, you say, could possibly be so special about a button-down lumberjack style shirt? Well, the fashion forward sect can concede to the fact that stiff cotton shirts now take a backseat to more draped silhouettes that look relaxed, yet refined. Rails owner and LA boy, Jeff Abrams and his design team have cracked the code and established a brand which not only produces high quality garments, but effortlessly embodies the Southern California vibe,…

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    Summer Essential Big Mouth Inc Pool Floats

    Everyones’ going CRAZY for Big Mouth Inc Pool Floats Big Mouth Pool Floats are this Summers Essential! From a giant flamingo,  to a massive donut, these Big Mouth Inc novelty water toys are sure to float your boat. Grab your air pump and get ready for some splishing and splashing this summer. Anyone who’s anyone has been adding snaps to their instagrams of them relaxing in the pool on a fun float. We have seen Reese Witherspoon on a giant pink donut, and Vanessa Hudgens on a massive pink flamingo and Taylor Swift on a giant swan! Pool parties are all the rage – and the pool float is the essential party item.…

  • Kate Hudson wears Sub Urban Riot
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    Sub Urban Riot : Brand of The Week

    Sub Urban Riot is this weeks “Brand of the Week” Sub Urban Riot has been stocked at spoiled brat for nearly 2 years! Sub Urban Riot has been a massive hit with you guys, and we love it as much as you do! The new collection has just been released online to our site and its bowled us over with more quirky quotes and graphics, so much so that we are awarding it our “Brand of the Week“ So who is Sub Urban Riot? Well its a fabulous fashion brand which was found in 2006 in Venice, by two guys who were wondering why they were spending their lives stuck in…