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Current Obsession // Pretty, Please

Blame the impending doom of the polar vortex (why God, WHYYYY?), but lately I’ve been in the mood to get pretty. The idea of glowing skin and glossy hair might be an attempt to bring some light to the the cold dark nights to come, but a bit of beautification ain’t never hurt nobody. A few products I’m excited about: 1// The promise of waking up with dewy, baby soft skin after snoring the night away

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Style // Fashion Formula

Something about formulas has always appealed to me, even though math has never really been my strong suit. I used to make up “creative equations” during calculus tests, which pretty much negates the purpose of formulas in the first place, right? But the idea of an exact way to do something is heaven to my overzealous organizational tendencies, so I when this look garnered a lot of compliments at a recent party, I tried to break

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Summer Reading: Fashion and Style

Although the googlenet has made reading flippy square things made of paper completely unnecessary, I have managed to (mostly) finish a few books this summer. Admittedly, some were re-reads and they’re all in the fashion/style category, but I feel like that’s valid because at least now I can claim “it’s for work.” 01.// Fashion Babylon by Imogen Edwards-Jones and Anonymous Honestly, this book intrigued me, stressed me out, and scared the crap out of me all at

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Style Tip: Sleeveless Blazer

There are some items that can make even the most slob-a-rific outfit look like a million bucks: nice heels, red lipstick, statement jewelry, a structured blazer. The blazer thing usually requires layering, which can prove to be a challenge in the summer months. However, this white sleeveless blazer (didn’t we call them vests once upon a time?) from Zara fits the bill and makes even raggedy denim shorts you’ve had since middle school look like

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