About Another Thread

Another Thread started out with me, an Ace & Jig-obsessed girl, trying to chase all of the news, new drops, and sales, and sharing try-ons and my own outfits. After receiving a ton of positive feedback (yay!), I'm trying a blog format for more flexibility and control over my content, and hope to expand it beyond alerts and outfits in the future.

My primary goal at this time is to provide high-quality, relevant, and timely content to other Ace & Jig fans.

Editorial Policy 
My number one priority is to create quality content that readers find helpful and look forward to. I personally stand behind each and every word I write on this site. Every recommendation and opinion I publish is one that I truly believe in. I will never feature something just for profit, nor will I only feature things that would make me profit. I sincerely believe that I add value as a source of news and content.

That said, this site does utilize affiliate links and ads for support. If you find the information here to be helpful, you can say thank you by using them — I'd really appreciate it! And ideally you might choose to disable your adblocker on this site. You don't have to, but it all helps to keep this thing going.

Proceeds will go towards expenses such as paying for the domain and hosting, improving the content, providing me the occasional meal, and possibly supporting a charity if things go well (not to get ahead of myself). There are many uncertainties looming in my future, and I would love for this to be a small source of increased financial stability.

I hope you find the information here to be helpful, and welcome all feedback and suggestions. Please email me at hello@anotherthread.org.


  1. OMG, I love your site! Great idea!!

  2. Yay Wendy! Love this - though I don't know that my wallet will. 😂😂😂

  3. This is FANTASTIC Wendy! So happy to support this journey!

  4. This is awesome! I love all the thought you put behind this :) you will definitely be able to support a charity :)

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