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THE PA SCRUNCHIE: A Story & a Surprise

 Happy Friday! Today we're going to tell the story of our PA SCRUNCHIES. The PA Scrunchie is made of damaged and unwanted items, as well as leftover fabric scraps. Launched in Christmas 2020, they have proved to make the easiest & most exciting gift (for your friends as well as yourself!) Since upgrading our website, and expanding our mission, the Pink Attik Team have decided to become more selective with the items that are sold on our website. We have also been encouraging the recycling & reusing of fabric, instead of throwing them away. This is the concept behind the PA Scrunchie and its successor, the PA TOTE BAG. So for the whole month of April, we have decided to promote the importance of reducing, reusing...

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  We all have that one piece that we've gotten from our moms, grandmas, or aunts, that we never feel like throwing away. It's just too sentimental! In this blog post, Elsa styles ONE vintage dress in THREE different ways. Because that's what makes second-hand sexy: styling the same item differently every day! 1. LOOK #1 - SUMMER VIBES Styling a long-sleeved dress in a way that's perfect for the beach. Paired with colorful earrings, a basic belt, and big sunglasses, you're ready to go! 2. LOOK #2 - GOTH BABE We've seen it so many times: stripes go great with black accessories. Keeping it simple might just be your best bet! HINT: add some black tights & boots for...

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  It's definitely time for us to drop a new #PA Product. We're long overdue. Ever since we created the PA SCRUNCHIE, we've been thinking of new & more creative ways to repurpose fabric scraps & damaged items that don't make the cut here at Pink Attik. And along came... The PA Tote! A sturdy tote bag, big enough to carry the largest of laptops & notebooks, with 3 pockets on the inside & a place to hang your keys.  Our tote started out as a way to use up not just one scrap of fabric, but 5! It became a sort of game that tested the creativity of the team: Who mixed these two fabrics together? Who thought wool...

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