Style // On the Run
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Style // On the Run

I’ve been doing a lot of running around for the past few weeks due to several back-to-back photo shoots for Cincinnati Magazine’s October issue and our special style-focused SHOPS publication. If it’s 70+ degrees and I’m going to be scouting or doing pickups and returns, I’ve developed sort of a uniform: some variation of cotton tank + pencil skirt + sandals.

Fashion stylist blog Zara top, ASOS skirt, Jeffrey Campbell booties (I’d forgotten about the Ugly Shoes!)

It’s cool, it’s comfy, and it’s almost-but-not-quite the equivalent of pajamas–perfect for climbing in and out of the car* and dashing from shop to shop, while trying to keep the sweatfunk to a minimum.


In other news, I’ve been wrestling (wrasslin’?) with a weird tech issue on this site, where individual post and page links return a 404 Page Not Found error. I apologize if you’ve run into this, but I’ve searched the googlenets for answers, played around with the site code, and made numerous calls to my hosting service, all to no avail. So, instead of waiting ’til the problem is fixed to start posting again, I’m just gonna pretend all is well and go on about my blogging business. I was also having an email issue that I think I resolved(!), but all this DIY tech support is giving me a headache!
*Is there a realistic, ladylike way to get out of a car in a skirt? My car sits low and I’m pretty sure I’ve flashed 90% of the city at this point.

  • Lisa

    August 27, 2014 at 3:18 pm Reply

    Swing both knees around, then stand up. The one leg followed by the other exit only works in pants or maxi skirts.

    • tamia

      September 1, 2014 at 10:44 pm Reply

      I swear I’ve tried that, but my car is so low that I can’t seem to properly lift myself. I guess I need to step it up with the squats…

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