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Flying Buttress was pleased to participate in the Girl Scouts' Teen Summit, Girltopia 2013. We had a fun day with everyone!
Flying Buttress featured in Tween Girl Style Magazine:
We are happy to be on of the "must-have" Back to School list for the Jet Set Family. Here, you can read the rest of their "must-haves".
About Jet Set Family:
The JetSet Family came to life shortly after Jet-Set Tot was born in 2007. My professional career began in PR and marketing, focusing on different facets of luxury brands, high-end travel and the entertainment industries, so starting a website devoted to my favorite places and things didn’t seem very far-fetched. The Baby Bjorn had become our BFF, and with JetSet Tot’s first professional headshot being a passport photo, we knew it was only a matter of time before we had air-travel with a newborn down to a science. Within months, our Lil’ Miss Thang had more frequent flyer miles than most do in a lifetime and by 2.5 years old, with almost 30 flights (mostly First Class, including her maiden voyage,) she had her own guest-profile in many of the country’s finest hotels.
A fun review on our girls' handbags written by Kacy Falcouner at the Every Day I Write the Book blog.
I like stuff. But I hate some stuff. And so I blog.
I'm pretty much the grandma of blogging. I started Every Day I Write the Book in 2004 as a way to make my sisters laugh. Since then, this blog has burgeoned into the place where I rant (The Bachelor) and I rave (Harry Potter) and record my thoughts on momness in real time.
The Story Exchange: Where women mean business
An interview with our CEO, Julie Quinnan, is on The Story Exchange.
CEO Blog Nation:
A story about why we started our company was posted on CEO Blog Nation. Read the story here.
In Sweety High’s “Name Your Bag” contest, show off your art skills and design a handbag for a chance to get your artwork on a Flying Buttress panel and sold in their store! Read more on the Sweety High Blog.
We love reading how much this blogger's daughter loved the Birdie Bag! Read the rest of the bag review here.
About Susan's Disney Family:
Hi everyone, my name is Susan and I am a working mom, who loves to blog. I have been blogging for almost two years now. Wow time has really flown by! I love to write, and I am PR friendly. My husband Bobby is a Disney lover and a born writer who also contributes on the blog. We have a 8 year old daughter, and we love to travel and try new things!
We love having green bloggers review our bags. We are trying to reduce! Read their review on Flying Buttress girls' bags here.
Live, Laugh, Love did a review of our tween bag sensation on her blog. Read her review of our Birdie Bag here.
About Live, Laugh, Love:
Hello, my names Tara. I've been blogging since 2010. Family of 3. I live in New Jersey. I love my friends & family they complete my life. I love to go shopping, what girl doesn't. I also enjoy camping, going to the beach. My family enjoys giving our honest feedback about products!!!
WantNot.net did a product review on their website. Read their review of our girls' bags here.
Wantnot.net is all about "having it all with less," just like it says up there in the masthead. Go figure. It is my hope that this site will become a resource for anyone trying to live a fulfilled life without benefit of endless buckets of money.
About New Dress a Day:
So here's the deal friends, I'm going to be spending the entire year without doing an ounce of traditional clothing shopping. Yes, I know what you're thinking, 'this girl is outta her gourd", and I completely agree with you.
I was having a personal creative-funk-crisis this year and needed a bit of inspiration. Maybe it was because I was in the midst of turning 30 or perhaps it came from being overworked in a job that I luckily got laid from - but what was for sure was that I was in a rut. So, that's where my ode to no traditional shopping begins.
Instead, the only shopping that I'll be able to do is that of pieces that have been used and worn already. So long to mall trips and hello to sifting through piles of vintage pieces at flea markets and at neighborhood garage sales. Each day for the entire year, I'm going to introduce a new piece into my existing wardrobe that I've found from these places. On top of this, I'm giving myself a budget of $1 a day. One person's trash is becoming my treasure this year.
365 days. 365 items of clothing. 365 dollars.
About Newly Crunchy Mama of 3:
Here on Newly Crunchy Mama Of 3, I talk about my life. Whether it be rants, the joys of parenthood, recipes, or product reviews and giveaways, I always have SOMETHING to share with you all! I hope you enjoy this blog and find something you can relate to. Being a Mom is the most important job in the world, even if it does mean having odd, sticky substances flung at you, total sleep deprivation, and forgetting to thaw something out for dinner because you were too busy kissing boo-boo's and saving the day from Monsters in the Closet or perhaps the Zombie Apocolypse!
Frugal Running Mama reviewed the Yummie Lunch Bag.
About Frugal Running Mama:
Hello! My name is Bethany and if you know me already, it's from my other blog - Kenosha Coupon Queens. If you don't know me, let me tell you a little bit about myself: I am a mom, wife, frugal shopper, reader, photographer and lover of the outdoors! I started this page to share about 3 different aspects of my life: being frugal, running and being a mom.
Flying Buttress girls' bags were recently featured on Break For Moms.
About Break for Moms:
I'm Jennifer. I'm a mom to two toddler girls. I'm a woman who wakes up at 4am to do morning news on the radio. I'm a wife. I'm a woman who can't cook. I'm a woman who was an extra in the Jennifer Aniston movie "Derailed". I'm a woman who has enjoyed an amazing vacation in Antigua, but has also had years of no trips at all (thanks recession). I'm a woman who wishes all of my ex boyfriends were on Facebook so I could see what happened to them. I'm a woman who's glad my husband isn't on Facebook so his ex girlfriends can't find him. I'm a woman who likes to talk and write...hence this blog.
The Yummie Lunch Bag Gift Pack is featured in the 2012 Entrepreneur Magazine Indie Holiday Gift Guide.
Flying Buttress interchangeable girls' handbags were featured in article on The Giggle Guide about flexible tween fashion trends.
Flying Buttress girls' bags were featured on C'est la Vie.
About C'est la Vie:
Hola! My name is Karina and I love my life and family. I am a mom and wife and when I am not being mischievous with my munchkin you can find me here, where I love to blog about my ups and downs, my love for fitness, passion for running and my adventures through life.
Flying Buttress to be sold on The Fancy
Starting this November, Flying Buttress will be sold on www.thefancy.com as a featured brand. The official press release, on the colloboration between The Fancy and Flying Buttress girls handbag line here.
Pink and Fabulous Blog
Flying Buttress was featured on the Pink and Fabulous blog.
About Pink and Fabulous:
A pink - loving, perpetually twenty-nine year old mommy living outside NYC. I used to live in California and miss it daily. I have a passion for clothes, cosmetics, organization and delicious food. I'm a sucker for coffee, wine and cheese. I was born to shop and live for my babies. This blog is about all of these things and more!
Open Sailing USA Press Release
Flying Buttress was happy to sponsor Open Sailing, Inc. in the 18th Annual Single Handed Transpac Race from San Francisco to Hawaii.
Flying Buttress Press Release
Flying Buttress launched at the beginning of June 2012. Here is the Official Press Release for the Flying Buttress launch.
Count Me In
The Flying Buttress CEO, Julie Quinnan, was selected to participate in the Count Me In Business Accelerator Program. About Count Me In: Count Me In for Women's Economic Independence is the leading national not-for-profit provider of resources, business education and community support for women entrepreneurs seeking to grow micro businesses to million dollar enterprises. Through pioneering multi-platform programs, Count Me In unleashes the full capacity of women's entrepreneurial spirit and the striking power of women's economic potential. This is not just another economic development program, Count Me In is fueling a mindset and a movement that promises to change the landscape of the U.S. marketplace and benefit all Americans and their families.