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Shop Around // Kendra Scott

If you’re not familiar with Kendra Scott jewelry, acquaint yourself immediately. I was initially introduced to the line via Thread, when we met with their marketing rep about hosting last month’s Sip ‘n Shop. I was honestly surprised at how much I liked some of their more contemporary designs and was really curious to see how it translated to retail. Luckily, the store in the new Liberty Center is a treasure trove of colorful stones and

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Shop Around // Victor Athletics

What do you do when you’ve founded a successful denim line and want to create something to help American factories while producing affordably priced sustainable fashion? You launch a line of athletic wear, that’s what. The husband and wife duo behind Cincinnati-based Noble Denim is jumping headfirst into the athleisure market with Victor Athletics, a line of comfy sweatshirts, sweatpants, and tees made with organic cotton and manufactured in Tennessee. Following an extremely successful Kickstarter campaign,

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Watch the #ThroneProject

You ever see Pinterest photos of people randomly posing on vintage furniture in the middle of a lavender field/abandoned farmhouse/city street and think “Why?” or “Who are these people?” Well, I’ll be one of those people. That’s thanks to the #ThroneProject, a collaboration of creative minds and beautiful places organized by Queen City Vignette, a Cincinnati event rental and design company with a vintage twist. They’ve brought together a group of Cincinnati style bloggers (including the babes from Thread

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Being Bené

Y’all know I love a charitable scarf, so when Bené offered to lend the Thread gals scarves to style, I was all in. I am Bené (a play on the word benevolent) because I support educational opportunities for girls all over the world, and Bené is a line of scarves created by two best friends inspired by the spirit of young Ghanian girls and committed to providing those girls with an education. A portion of

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5 Tips for Public Speaking

Public speaking has dropped from #1 to #5 on the list of Americans’ top fears (it now hovers just below internet safety and random shootings), but it still makes me a little nervous. I’m getting the hang of it, though, so hosting Cincinnati Wedding magazine’s second fashion show was a lot less nerve-wracking than hosting the first. I talked about fashion trends and answered questions from attendees about everything from dress length to mother-of-the-bride etiquette. I

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Photo Diary // Bourbon Street & High Style

"I really need some cheese right now. What does that mean?" -Twitter, Oct 28, 2015 Braving the drunken throngs on Bourbon Street during a seriously fun trip to NOLA for the Being Boss Vacay. Hanging out with cool lady entrepreneurs and partying in the street is a darn good time! Learning tricks of the makeup trade from BRIDEface founder Nancy Dawson after hosting a fashion show at the Cincinnati Wedding magazine Wedding Workshop. I swear I’m gonna

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Beauty // Red Lips are Easy with NYX Liquid Suede

I’ve always loved the idea of red lipstick. A bright red pout has been the signature of classy broads for the better part of the last century, but my aversion to re-applying (seriously, who has time?) meant that it just wasn’t realistic for me. I stuck to lip stains and minded my own business. But one day, when I stopped by Ulta to buy beauty products I don’t need, the crew at the counter excitedly pulled

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