So I’ve known through osmosis for a while that ModCloth is where the cool kids shop, although I hadn’t spent much time on the site first hand. Then today a friend (thanks @nmar!) sent me a link to their bathing suit page, where they feature lots of plus-sized options, which is unbelievably cool and practically unheard of. That got me perusing the site more, and I discovered why all of my super cool fashion-y friends speak so highly of the site: They have a well edited collection of retro-inspired clothing and apartment wares, an *actual* vintage collection, a “be the buyer” program, an active outfit photo Flickr feed, a thoughtful blog and — drumroll — a LITERARY JOURNAL! Launched in February, “The Written Wardrobe” publishes fiction, creative non-fiction and poetry. Published titles include “The Purple Coat and the Pink Dress,” by Kyoko Mori, the author of three novels and three nonfiction books and a creative writing instructor at George Mason University and “Dressing the Throat Plate,” by Jenny Sadre-Orafai poetry editor for JMWW and an Assistant Professor of English at Kennesaw State University. My only complaint is the design of the journal, which to me was pretty but difficult to navigate. The writing, however, is interesting, and the simple fact that it exists thrills me.