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Posted on April 01 2014
Shabby Apple is a woman-owned, woman-run company aiming to empower women as well as dress them. With that mission in mind, this weekly series highlights the many women who inspire us.Meet Julia Child, the larger-than-life cookbook author and TV chef has been credited with inspiring generations of Americans to learn to cook. Five Things To [...]
Posted on February 16 2014
Are you ever watching something, like a Broadway Show or ballet, and it's almost (almost!) un-enjoyable because you just wish you could be up there dancing or singing with that kind of skill yourself? That's how I feel about the Winter Olympics.Watching these women dominate in their respective fields is inspiring. I'm not calling it [...]
Posted on November 20 2013
SourceJackie Kennedy Onassis. When I hear her name, my visceral reaction is of tailored Dior, luncheons on Martha’s Vineyard and royalty. It’s true, Diana and Jackie would have been the best of friends had they been born within one or the other’s decade.Her style is so iconic that she gets compared to as if [...]
Posted on November 11 2013
Shabby Apple is a proud supporter of women's causes, and we recently discovered a wonderful initiative that makes an important difference in the lives of women who are receiving treatment for breast cancer that we wanted to share with you!Girls Love Mail provides encouragement and love to women undergoing breast cancer treatments by distributing hand-written [...]
Posted on October 22 2013
I have a new friend. This person runs Ultra Marathons, has a bit of a potty mouth, recently started a business and wears muscle-tees and biker jackets.Oh, and she’s a woman. Newly inspired from your responses from my first post about What Makes Women Beautiful, I knew this new friend of mine was the [...]
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