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World Kindness Day- We could all use a little kindness

16, Nov, 20

Have you noticed the important trait that society is lacking these days?  Everywhere we look there is contention of some sort.  Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram have become the battleground in a vicious war of words.  When you turn on the news, it's rarely anything positive.  

Today, it's up to each of us to change that!  Why today?  Because every November 13th is World Kindness Day! Today is the perfect day to throw kindness around like it's confetti!  

Make it a point to spend time focusing on Random Acts of Kindness.  It doesn't have to be anything big.  Something as simple as holding the elevator for a coworker,  giving an unexpected compliment, or slowing down instead of speeding up when someone wants to merge into your lane.  It's all about the little things!  Imagine how different the world would be if everyone just focused on seemingly insignificant acts of kindness!  

And, remember, as Aesop said, "No act of kindness, however small, is ever wasted."  Let's all focus on being kind and see what happens!


Heirloom Face Masks- A 2020 Essential

16, Nov, 20

Face Masks have become the must-have accessory for 2020.  Like it or not, they're going to be around for awhile.   Your current masks may be getting a bit frightening, so refresh your collection with an Heirloom Face Masks.  Made of double layer fabric, it will keep you covered while you're out and about.  Customize it with embroidery, tie-dye, or get crazy with permanent markers.  Since you have to wear one, you might as well make it fun, right?


Celebrate YOU as you celebrate something new!

23, May, 20

It's time to bust out your best black outfit, slather on your black lipstick, nail polish and eyeliner, wipe the dust from the cassette tapes stashed under your bed, dim the lights and prepare to sway to the sounds of The Cure.  Why?  May 22 is World Goth Day!  

Perhaps you don't consider yourself to be Goth.  Maybe black isn't your color, or you think that vampires are creepy, not romantic.  You'd rather listen to the Jonas Brothers instead of The Sisters of Mercy?  No big deal!  You don't have to be Goth to celebrate the Gothic!

Imagine what our world be would be like without Gothic architecture and literature? Think of beautiful Gothic cathedrals such as Notre Dame and Westminster Abbey with their pointed arches, spires, stained glass windows and intriguing gargoyles. Consider literature classics like Jane Eyre, Frankenstein and Dracula.  Not to mention musicals like Phantom of the Opera and Jekyll & Hyde.

Today is a day to celebrate the awesomeness of the Goth all around us.  Take some time to look around at all of the fascinating details and intricate designs inspired by the Gothic period. Tom Ford, Marc Jacobs, Alexander McQueen, Givenchy, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Valentino, Prada, and many other designers have had models strut down the runway wearing beautiful gothic-inspired looks.

Use World Goth Day as an opportunity to find the magic and beauty in gothic style  There is so much more to the being "Goth" than loving black and having an obsession with the macabre. Take a moment to learn about what inspired this subculture that is so often misunderstood.  You'll have a whole new appreciation for such a subculture that is so often misunderstood.  Who may decide you're into Goth after all.  

Wear a little black to celebrate World Goth Day!  Heirloom's shirts are perfect for embracing your inner or outer Goth!  Every style in our Basic Collection contains the Goth  Once you put on that black Heirloom shirt, you may just want to add some black lipstick and nail polish!  Don't hold back because today is about celebrating who you are and what makes you unique!  After all, wouldn't the world be awfully boring if everyone was exactly the same?