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New Upcoming Blog! Do you want to be featured?

September 20, 2018

New Upcoming Blog! Do you want to be featured?

 

 

Our new blog is going to launch soon! We will tell stories of amazing women who went through the unimaginable. But what is unique about them is that they picked themselves up and found joy in their lives! We hope that their stories will be a source of hope, inspiration and empowerment.

If you have gone through something difficult. A test, a challenge, something tough but you were able to turn your life around and bring light to a dark place, get in touch with us and maybe your story will be featured. Please contact us at blog@mikahfashion.com

We are Kintsugi! Wait and See!





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