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Fall Wish List!

It's that time! Time to fantasize about things I'd like to buy while it's still early enough in the season that there's a semi-realistic possibility I'll actually obtain these items! On my Wishing List for this Fall: 1. New glasses I have nude wire frames and tortoiseshell plastic frames, but I need black or gray. Because sometimes I just don’t feel like putting in my contacts. 2. Cozy sweater I’m pretty much always cold from from mid-October through the...

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Photo Diary: Meat Cleavers and Red Lipstick

  Lately, I’ve been: Trying on insanely expensive Choo booties I can’t afford; Hanging out with the girls and practicing the Top Model Booty Tooch; Threatening to cut people Dexter-style (yes, AGAIN); Connecting my Earth Spirit to the Mother Sky or whatever at yoga; Stepping up my lipstick game for Fall; And trying (then quitting after two days) the 80-10-10 diet in an attempt to get my energy levels back to normal. I tried y’all, I really sort of did. Mostly. Kind...

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Black + White is Always Right

The classic can’t-miss color combo works for every season, always. Here’s how I’m wearing it now: Pin-Up Chic Moda International sweater, A-Wear skirt, vintage belt and heels A cropped sweater and surprisingly comfy (cotton!) pencil skirt gets the Sixties Italian Movie Star treatment with a glossy belt and strappy heels. Add a headscarf and oversized sunglasses if you really want to take it to the next level! Refined Tomboy Helmut Lang dress, KESH x American Apparel hat, vintage heels, ring...

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Summer Reading: Fashion and Style

Although the googlenet has made reading flippy square things made of paper completely unnecessary, I have managed to (mostly) finish a few books this summer. Admittedly, some were re-reads and they’re all in the fashion/style category, but I feel like that’s valid because at least now I can claim “it’s for work.” 01.// Fashion Babylon by Imogen Edwards-Jones and Anonymous Honestly, this book intrigued me, stressed me out, and scared the crap out of me all at...

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