Jill & Eileen

Jill & Eileen


Jill and Eileen found each other in 2008 when they became cubicle neighbors in the marketing department of a Boston-area company. Over the years, their shared obsession with fashion became a daily discussion. Their co-workers referred to them as "the stylish ones" in the office.

After six years of friendship, fashion and fun, the idea for A Stylish Pair blog was born over some maki rolls and a couple of bottles of Sapporro. Jill and Eileen wanted to chronicle their daily outfits, share office and casual dress inspiration with other women and offer access to tips, new products and sales for their fashion-loving friends.

What does A Stylish Pair mean? The name refers to Jill and Eileen, who are happily committed to their corporate jobs by day. As part time bloggers, they post photos and write about ideas and trends by night. The name also describes the things they crave, wear and write about - a stylish pair of jeans, a stylish pair of shoes, a stylish pair of sunglasses - you get the point. Enjoy!

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Thursday, July 17, 2014


If you haven't heard of fashionproject.com, keep reading.  Fashion Project allows you to donate your gently used clothing from qualifying brands to benefit organizations like the Jimmy Fund, Dana Farber, or a charity of your choice. 
Once your items sell on Fashion Project, 55% of the net proceeds will go to support an amazing charity of your choice.  Through their Nordstrom Partnership and Lord & Taylor Partnership, you can also get rewarded with a gift card when you donate 5 qualifying items. Sweet!
DONATE NOW THROUGH AUGUST 3, and you can be eligible for a $20 Lord & Taylor gift card for every 5 qualifying items.  Order a free donation bag, get into your closet and start digging! Here's how it works!
You can also be a do-gooder by shopping the great finds on the site.
Meet Fashion Project co-founders, Anna Palmer and Christine Rizk.  These amazing women have been able to impact the community with help from women like you and the stuff in your closets.  They have been able to help provide books for literacy program Room to Grow, help fund meals for the Boston Food Bank, provide microloans through the Women's Global Empowerment Fund, and much more
Now, that's truly living their motto - fashion as a force for good.

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