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Like it’s golden

Thrifted polo oxford + purse; vintage dress from Talk of the Town; earrings from Paris J. Boutique; Roxy sandalsSomething about balmy weather and warm breezes brings out the preppy-hippie -glam in me. Long dresses (hippie), oxfords knotted at the waist (preppy) and big sparkly earrings (glam) seem like a perfectly reasonable combination when it feels like it's finally(!) Spring.

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Jalouse-y

Last weekend, I took some time to catch up on my required reading--magazines, of course--and came across an editorial of pitch-perfect '70s secretary looks in the February issue of Jalouse:I don't know how they knew (darn Frenchies!), but this is exactly how I want to dress right now. Ladylike blouses, belted blazers, and cropped trousers are at the top of my Spring wish list. For now, I'm making do

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Sherlock and the Revolution

Something about this overcoat (as it is a proper overcoat) makes me feel like a cross between Purple Rain-era Prince and Sherlock Holmes. Which is to say it makes me feel EXTRASUPERDOPE."Tell Wendy and Lisa to find Dr. Watson, stat!"Gap jeans, NY & Co shirt, overcoat from an old costume, vintage clutch and shoes, Urban Outfitters scarfDo you ever wear clothes that make you feel like a character (in a good way)?

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Yes, marm

I can't pinpoint the EXACT moment I decided I wanted to dress like a mid-century schoolmarm, but, well, here we are. This skirt caught my eye specifically because of its Little House-meets-June Cleaver vibe. I love the ribbon and button detailing on the waist! And it TWIRLS! Who doesn't like twirling, I ask you? WHO(m)?!? I was having so much fun, I (foolishly) asked Friendboy what he thought: "You look

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Breaking up is (not) hard to do

As much as I love menswear, I can count on one hand the number of times I've worn a suit--as in a blazer and matching bottoms meant to be worn together. I'll take my separates separately, thank you.I bought this Far East-inspired suit from a thrift store a while ago, and while the skirt got some play after I altered it, the jacket hung around, unworn for quite some time. I

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