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Current Obsession: Ankle-strapped Flat Sandals

I do a fair amount of running around at the new gig, which means the usual rotation of 4-inch stilettos ain't cuttin' it. Enter the solution: flat sandals with ankle straps. Flat for obvious reasons, sandals so my toes can breathe, and ankle straps because they help keep my shoes on my feet (seriously, I have problems with this) and make my legs look slightly less chicken-like. Yeah, I have problems with that too. Sandals from...

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I Got a New Attituuuude!

About a year ago, I sat down and thought about what I really wanted to do with my life career-wise. I’ve worked in marketing pretty much since I graduated, and along the way I discovered a love of graphic design, social media, project management, and content marketing, all on top of my perma-love for fashion and magazines. But how did that translate to a comprehensive career that addressed both my creative side and my slightly...

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You’re Invited!

  I think it's finally Spring, y'all! The weather seems to have broken (for the most part), I just need Madre Naturaleza to be a little more consistent with the warm weather and sunshine and whatnot. In the interest of celebrating this turn for the better, I'd like to invite you to a few fun events: ELLE Magazine & Wella Event at Sableux Salon ELLE & Wella Style Makeover Event Wednesday May 1, 2013 7 - 9pm at...

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Projects: Pale As a Ghost Sign

More work finally coming to fruition! In "Pale as a Ghost Sign", I once again dug into local history to learn about the stories behind the fading painted signs found on brick walls scattered around downtown and OTR. Sifting through old city directories and chatting with sign experts and enthusiasts was a hella fun exercise in research nerdery, and I invite you to check it out (on the cover!) in the April 3rd issue of...

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