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Back-to-school breeze

The weather right now is nothing but sunshine and cool Back to School Breezes(TM), tricking me into obsessing about all of the freshly sharpened pencils, crisp lined paper, and gross-yet-amusing Garbage Pail Kids stickers I could put in my designer Trapper Keeper. The smell of a new pink eraser gets me every time. In honor of homerooms past, I decided to wear my version of an old back-to-school look: a boy's oxford, cropped...

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NYC 4 IFB n FNO

So, I made the (last-minute) decision to pack up and head to NYC for the IFB Evolving Influence Conference, and figured I might as well stay for the Fashion's Night Out festivities. You know, to support the economy and such.I've been working on the new issue of the magazine seemingly non-stop for the past few weeks, so I could use a fun break...

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Dernier week-end

Last weekend, I: Indulged my cupcake craving I'd been feenin' for a mini-cake all week, and when we stopped at ForkHeartKnife for dinner, there was a plate of vanilla cupcakes right there at the front counter.Β  I picked the one with the most icing and started eating it before I even ordered dinner. Rode my bike 4.5 miles Saturday morning, I set out with the goal of making it to Northside and back. I...

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Shop for success

Yesterday, I stopped by the Dress for Success Cincinnati headquarters to learn more about what they do and how I could get involved. Because I think about myself way too much--it seems like such a waste not to do more for other people. The DFS Associate Director, Kelly--who was fabulous and obviously dedicated to helping the women in the program--gave me a personal tour of the operation and explained the suiting process (when clients come...

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My DIY photography lightbox

After doing research for the product photography how-to post over at StyleSampleMag.com, I decided to try my hand at building my own bootleg lightbox. It was pretty simple, and I had most of what I needed just laying around the house: 1. Find a box. Cut holes in it. I used scissors (an X-acto knife probably would have worked better) to cut out opposite sides of an old shipping box and a smaller "flip...

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