[Sponsored by Charles Clinkard] Retailer’s Holiday Marketing Plans, Pinterest Ads & Fashion’s Surprising Funnyman

This post is sponsored by and written in collaboration with Charles Clinkard, a leading provider of high-quality footwear for men, women and children. Founded more than 85 years ago by Charles Clinkard and his wife Eveline, the brand now offers the latest in fashionable footwear from leading designers, through their 32 UK locations and their online store. As well as shoes from iconic British names like Barbour and Hunter, the brand offers a fantastic selection of fashion accessories. Follow Charles Clinkard on Facebook andTwitter, and be sure to check out their blog for the latest in footwear trends and fashion news.

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  • Anthropologie is one of those brands that does content marketing, and boy do they do it well. (via Cursive Content)
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  • You know that feeling when you belt out the wrong song lyrics? Yeah, these fashion misspellings on Twitter feel the same. (via Four Pins)
  • What it’s really like working for always controversial Abercrombie and Fitch. (via Cosmopolitan)
  • André Leon Talley spoke at Fern Mallis’ 92Y Panel this week and said some of the funniest things ever. (via Stylecaster)
  • In exploring social media options, natural beauty brand Burt’s Bees used Vine to reenact classics like Moby Dick and Julius Caesar. (via Adweek)

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Martha Chavez is a communications professional working in the educational sector, but loves moonlighting in fashion PR for PR Couture.