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Let’s Do a Makeover!

So I’ve been thinking about rebranding for a while, but a few weeks ago I realized it’s been almost four years since I redesigned this site! As many fashion trends have come and gone since then, it’s definitely time for a makeover. You know, something to give me a sense of control in a world of chaos. It’s more than simple aesthetics, though--as a full-time editorial stylist, fashion is now technically my profession, not just a...

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Work // Pants and Candy

The November issue of Cincinnati Magazine is on newsstands! Check out what I've been working on: Candy Crush Fun facts: I spent almost an hour picking out the prettiest pieces of candy from Jenco Brothers, all of which cost almost $40! There’s a lot of direction involved in editorial styling--I made a diagram of a hand showing the nail artist exactly how to do the manicure, and visited the salon to pick out the colors beforehand. Holding things doesn’t seem...

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Muse-ings: Fancy Shopping Carts and Floral Headgear

1. I tend to vacillate between extreme shapes and go for either skin-tight pencil skirts or super-full circle skirts. Right now, I’m in a circle skirt state of mind. 2. If real shopping carts were this glamorous, picking up groceries in the company of 200 of your closest neighbor-strangers might not be such a tedious chore. 3. I’m in dire need of a vacation and need to go to WHEREVER THIS IS I DON’T CARE LET’S GO. 4....

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DIY: Tulle Headpiece

I did it! I finally got it together and did a DIY project! Of course, it was because I only had 30 minutes to do it and I needed something to wear THAT NIGHT and of course I didn’t take pictures or anything because I had no real idea what I was doing, but ha! Triumph! Here's what I used: 3 yards of tulle 1/2 yard netting black felt & scissors twist ties or pipe cleaner needle and thread So all in...

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Current Obsession: Pocket Squares and Menswear

I’ve always loved menswear, but only in the context of how I would wear it, forget about actual menfolk. But since it’s now my job to style both men and women, I’m discovering the joys of mixing and matching patterns and textures in men’s fashion! Perusing Pinterest and GQ and Third Looks is a favorite pastime, and I'm not gonna lie: looking at pictures of pretty boys with great style is a BIG part of...

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