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November 19, 2007


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I just wanted to let you all know that Debutante Clothing was mentioned on David Meerman Scott's blog Web Ink Now. I am so excited about what is happening in fashion as web 2.0 becomes a widely used tool that... [Read More]


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This is right up my alley!! Thank you very much for posting about this.

I was listening to one of your podcast interviews yesterday, and you inspired me to change the focus of my blog from product to interesting content that people WANT to read. I thought my product information was interesting, but I was fooling myself. You're so right that if someone wants product information, they won't read a blog, they'll look at a brochure/webpage/catalog. Now, I have a strong blog concept that I can't wait to get started on.


my name is Taylor and i very into fashion its every thing that i sleep and speak.. Every day i come up knew ideas of me haveing my own clothing line of my very own..Its something that am very into and want to do i just dont know how to get stared?

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It would be great, if he could get his blog under control. It looks like a hot mess, and the videos are poor quality.

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I personally love this outfit. I love how nothing really goes together, yet everything looks perfect and effortless.


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