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Laces Out

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There’s a milestone in every child’s life when she learns how to tie her own shoelaces. The slip ons that were once a crucial element to getting dressed without the help of a parent are suddenly dumped into the pile of other juvenile paraphernalia.

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Wear That Wall on Your Sleeve

As a newcomer to the world of gingham, polka dots, and pretty much any other hefty dose of printed fabrics (see yesterday’s post on the thought bubble skirt), I’ve now started looking everywhere thinking, “hm…could that make a cute skirt?” I am also a relatively new addict to Pinterest, and find myself using it as […]

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The Stigmas of the Turtleneck

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Turtlenecks have such a stigma, and most of them for good reason. For one, their name screams awkward. TURTLE.NECK. Pretty sure turtles have no necks and if they do it’s a gross wrinkly texture that stretches and squishes like a post-holiday fupa. There’s also the fact that most of us were stuffed into turtlenecks by […]

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Come Together

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Here’s a fun little fact about this outfit: the skirt I’m wearing is actually extremely high-waisted (as in it sits right below my bra) and also comes with suspenders. All good things, but not something I want all the time. This is where the enjoyed but mostly hated crop top comes in. I got this […]

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Bell Bottom Blues

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When I say my style inspiration comes from music I mean it. While these amazing TEXTILE by Elizabeth & James bell bottoms play a key role in this 70s inspired look, I also spent the majority of the day listening to Derek & the Dominos, The Allman Brothers and early Fleetwood Mac all of which […]

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