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Style: Trailer Chic

After wasting spending time watching reruns of My Name is Earl on Hulu, I was inspired to dress like Jamie Pressly's character who, let's be honest, is a l'il trashy. Trashy can be fun when it's done right, though! Let's take a look at some of the key elements: 1 & 2 "A-line" Tank top Shown: American Apparel 2. Hanes To keep it simple, go for the ol' standby classic: a ribbed cotton wifebeater. If you...

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All the World's a Stage

I know what you're thinking:  Tamia, didn't you already take ridiculously self-indulgent photos in this outfit? Ah, but no, grasshopper. This is yet another jumpsuit I picked up during a thrift shopping adventure. One that sat lonely and unused in the trunk of my car until I rescued it in a half-hearted attempt at reorganization. Jumpsuit, vintage; belt and sunglasses, Gucci; sandals, Ash; bracelets and earrings from a craft fair. The similarity of the pieces is a total...

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Inspiration: Fall-ready?

The crazy schedule of the fashion industry (Spring shows in September, Fall shows in February) has thrown off my seasonal sensibilities for years. As a result, I usually start craving Fall items around the beginning of July or so. It's kind of ridiculous--in the midst of watching fireworks on Sawyer Point in 90-degree weather wearing short-shorts and a tank top, I'm daydreaming about boots and sweaters! This year, the craving has set in a bit early...

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Fashion Math

I'm not really a math person. As a left-brained creative type, reading, spelling, and language have always been my favorite subjects. However, due to my anal-retentive control freak tendencies and a maniacal need for organization, I do appreciate formulas--as long as they don't involve numbers. This translates to my wardrobe accordingly: I like coming up with easy-to-understand combinations--recipes, if you will--for putting clothes together. For instance, trousers + fitted tee + blazer, or this pencil skirt...

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