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Best of Style Tour shopping!

Hands down, the best part of the Dress for Success Style Tour was meeting new people. From Ms. Garr at Savannah G rocking purple streaks in her hair, to Nancy at Talk of the Town proclaiming herself "the happiest broke person you'll ever meet", not one person was in it for money. Everyone I encountered just decided to take a risk and do what they love. The second best part? Finding new places to shop!...

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DFS donation and drop-off!

DFS donation drop-off Yesterday, I stopped by the 4th Street Boutique to drop off an extremely generous donation of clothing from Soho Boutique (remember them from the Style Tour?) Trunk packed and ready to go! There was some good stuff in the pile--Alice & Olivia blouses, a Shoshanna dress, all kinds of contemporary brands, really. I kind of wanted to keep some of it...

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Exotic Earthangs

Do you ever get stuck in a fashion phase? Where you're really only interested in buying one type of item but you want a lot of them? Right now, I'm on an earring kick. I can't explain it and there's no real reason for it, but for the past few weeks, I've really been into earrings. Dramatic ones, feathered ones, obviously fake jeweled ones...

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My favorite bra is made of spaghetti

For the past week, I've been stopping by local boutiques on Style Tour visits, taking photos and chatting it up with the shop owners. I was particularly fond of the dramatic, editorial-worthy necklaces at The Little Mahatma (remember my ongoing obsession with Indian bridal jewelry?) and a long dress made of soft gray wool from The Brush Factory. It's the stuff my fashion daydreams (hush, you have them too!) are made of. A selection...

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Style Tour, Day One!

I've been running around like a crazy(er) person visiting shops for the Style Tour and getting in touch with boutique owners to plan visits. Yesterday, I met with the lovely ladies of the Dress for Success 4th Street Boutique (they are such a fun and dedicated bunch) to chat about ways to bring more people in to shop. An elegant dress found in the vintage section Encouragement and empowerment in the basement During the course...

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