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Random Fashion Inspiration

I figure we've known each other long enough to expose you to my errant babble and rambling life reflections: I discovered Scandanavian designer Henrik Vibskov a few months ago and am LOVING his effortlessly blase pieces. Did y'all ever "design" new outfits with Fashion Plates and a bunch of stubby colored pencils? And did you play with Designer Denim Barbie? I remember those pink molded plastic cowboy boots like it was yesterday

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Best of: Personal Style

You know how sometimes you'll sit down to watch one of your favorite TV shows only to find out three minutes into it that it's a rerun show? No, I don't mean rerun as in beret-wearing What's Happening? Rerun, I mean it turns out to be one of those "best of" recap shows that always seems to pop up during a writer's strike/contract negotiations/general production laziness. Well, think of this post as a "Best of The

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Style: Such a Tees

On my way to Fountain Square to take a break from working (and working and working) on the upcoming issue of Style Sample Magazine. I decided to wear my new Nati Evolvement tee (thanks guys!) with a stretchy cotton pencil skirt and the high-heeled ugly-but-cool booties to sex it up a bit. After adding a print scarf and a casually tipped beret, I was ready for some Graeter's ice cream*! It's a really easy look to

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Inspiration: Vuitton Blushes in the Nude

Though it's almost the complete opposite of the fierce Xena Takes Manhattan looks we saw on the Fall runways, I was drawn to this softly feminine ensemble at Louis Vuitton. By using draping and ruching instead of ruffles and frills, toning down candy-sweet shades of pink with neutral beige, and adding glossy black accents via accessories, it's a modern take on femme fatale that's easy to duplicate: 1. Top, asos 2. Hareem trousers, Topshop 3. Hebano

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