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Meet the Modish Staff: Chloe

           Part of what we love about our store is the people who help make it run smoothly! Every few weeks, we’re going to be introducing you to those fierce women who help Modish run without a hitch. This week, we are pleased to introduce you to Chloe, one of our newest staff members!A Decorah native, Chloe is a proud grad of Luther College! Some of her previous positions include working as a...

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Our Mimi dress might be the only thing you need

Women of all ages (tween to retirees) adore this dress-and for good reason! First of all, it FITS. Second, it’s COMFORTABLE. And third, it’s VERSATILE! Knits can be a girl’s BFF or a girl’s worst enemy. The Mimi dress drapes perfectly and beautifully with it’s A-line cut and swing. (No extra love clinging your handles, if you know what I mean.) A tailored fit through the shoulders gives this...

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Rodeo Ready! (...and County Fair and Senior Pictures and...)

We love being located in the heart of downtown Decorah! Whether you run on our paved trails, off road bike, kayak the Upper Iowa, spectate dirt races, sample wines or brews, enjoy cooking or dining out, play at the parks, or savor participating in Nordic Fest or rhe County Fair, our community of people make it possible. We’re so lucky to live and work in a place that takes pride in quality of...

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Back to Basics: Celebrating the T-Shirt

We will be the first to admit that we love a great sundress or fun top during the warm summer months. That being said, we equally love a great basic tee. After all, isn’t summer about enjoying a slower pace?   In a season full of stylish, jaw-dropping pieces, we can’t help but brag a little about our basic tees. These pieces are classy, effortless, and perfect for everyone’s closet–and real life....

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EASY SUMMER ENTERTAINING MENULiving in the midwest and raising my...

EASY SUMMER ENTERTAINING MENU Living in the midwest and raising my sons here, I feel so lucky!  I grew up near both set of my grandparents and was able to spend a lot of time with them throughout my childhood and into adulthood.  Some of my favorite memories with each of my grandmothers took place in the kitchen.   My paternal grandmother was the head of the salad department at Luther College for part of my childhood.  Even if we made a simple tuna melt at her house for lunch, we had to build a cute little lemon fish to garnish the serving plate!  She loved being “the hostess with the mostest!”   My maternal grandmother was a pork farmer...

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