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Choose consignment as an alternative

Choose consignment as an alternative

Since we’ve made the commitment to support (buy and promote) USA Made products whenever we can, we’ve had to become a bit more creative when it comes to our shopping habits.  For our daughter, almost all of her clothes have either been gifted to us, were consignment purchases, or have the “made in the USA” label on them. For anyone new to this site, there are many reasons why we are buyin... »

Grand Opening–with Appreciation

Grand Opening–with Appreciation

For those of you who made it out to our Grand Opening, I want to express my sincerest gratitude.  For those who were with us in spirit (or following along via social media), your support means the world to us, too. It’s really touching how much support rosieMADE has received since we launched online last November. With your ongoing sales (that’s what a business needs in order to stay in busi... »

Has Becoming a Parent Ruined You?

Has Becoming a Parent Ruined You?

Before adventuring into parenthood, I had concerns that having a child would ruin aspects of my life or my career. Since becoming a parent, I have accepted a lot of changes. I’ve had mornings where I’ve already had more costume changes than a Cher Concert, and somehow still get to work with “stuff” on me. I’ve had dark circles under my eyes from lack of sleep, which I’m sure are viewed... »

Ana Bogusky Real Life Rosie

Ana Bogusky Real Life Rosie

My name is Ana Bogusky and I have a style blog called Mrs. American Made. I photograph my made in USA outfit almost every day and post photos on my blog. I am constantly searching for new brands that make things here because I want to support apparel companies that are aligned with my values and priorities. I worked in advertising and design for years before having children, but when my oldest ... »

‘Lean in’ to this world?

A friend and fellow business woman just sent me a link to this video featuring Paul Tudor Jones, a billionaire trader and the founder of Tudor Investment Corporation and is valued at USD 3.3 billion by Forbes Magazine and ranked as the 107th richest American and 336th richest in the world (source: Wikipedia). While I am sure trading is a difficult job and it requires an intense level of dedicat... »

Pledge to lift up women

Pledge to lift up women

At Saturday’s Women’s Expo, we rolled out the pledge to lift up women campaign. These pledges will be added to the rosieMADE banner, and travel to future events. For those wondering why this pledge is relevant, statistically speaking, women have made substantial progress in the last century in obtaining rights and taking on leadership positions and authority. The truth of the matter is... »

Danielle Romero Real Life Rosie

Danielle Romero Real Life Rosie

I am Danielle Romero, a self-employed artisan-I started New York to Nashville.  I handcraft men’s pocket squares. In my previous life I was an elementary school teacher and graduated with my Masters in Elementary Education at Vanderbilt University here in Nashville, TN. What inspires you? I am inspired by the Old South and early American history. All of my pocket squares are named for famo... »

Almost $2000 Given Away

Almost $2000 Given Away

We’ve run a lot of really cool giveaways of USA made products since our site went live in September. In total, we’ve given away almost $2000 worth of prizes, just including the blog giveaways. Do you remember the Harvey’s Giveaway where we were able to share two wallets and two makeup cases? Or, what about the Crosby & Taylor Measuring Spoon Set? We received an especially la... »

Happy Valentine’s Day–One Billion Rising

Today is a beautiful day, making me think Spring is just around the corner! To make the day almost perfect, it’s Valentine’s Day, too. I used to HATE Valentine’s Day, but have become a convert for a few reasons. The first is that I have an amazing husband who makes me feel lucky and blessed every day of the year. Even though we don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day in a big... »

The Power of YOUR Vote!

You might look at this title and wonder why I am writing about voting right now. The Presidential Election was a LONG and BITTER race, and it seems like most Americans were happy to have it over, even if “their” guy didn’t win. This post isn’t about local elections, or helping elect the next members of Senate or Congress. This post is about the power each one of us uses eve... »

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