Mary Kelleher has always been creative. Thanks to Instagram, her uniquely painted jean jackets may soon result in profit.
Oxford Vintage has faced transitions and challenges since the company was founded in 2008 by two Ole Miss students who wanted to cater to a fashion-forward crowd.
In an effort to reduce waste for our environment, more people are turning to used clothing. Thrift stores are popping up on every corner, and customers are looking for unique items. Whether it’s finding that perfect dress for formal or shoes that complete an outfit for a fraction of the price, there is treasure to be found at the bottom of bargain bins. Some people know how to capitalize on the treasures they find, and others add their own touch to clothing.
It’s no secret that in the South, we like to do it big. A good football game and an ice-cold whiskey are “big” enough for most Southern men. However, it’s the women of the South who let “big” go straight to their hair.
Mallory Smith Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org While Madison Smith will never walk into a room unnoticed – dressed in her go-to outfit of light washed, ripped jeans and a cozy pullover sweater, she […]
Angelica Pecha Oxford Stories email@example.com Photo by Angelica Pecha. Business owner, Brooke Cain, restocks Indigo’s with new clothes for spring and summer. From a young age, Teresa Cain dressed her two daughters, […]
Spring break is a great time to relax and catch up on the TV shows you’ve missed on network television, cable or streaming services like Netflix and Hulu. Oxford Stories reporters shared […]
Alexa Almaguer Oxford Stories firstname.lastname@example.org Music festivals have become a growing trend in the past decade. There are large and small music festivals for just about every music genre. More than 800 […]
Anne Merrill Jones The Oxford Eagle email@example.com Nestled within the antique buildings of downtown Meridian, the local clothing boutique I Just Have to Have It welcomes all searching for the perfect outfit. […]