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This old world is a new world

It's officially COLD with a capital K, so as I was browsing Style.com, I was inspired by the warm and fuzzy fur vests in a few of the Fall shows. I don't buy new fur, but y'all know I can't resist vintage, so I decided to pull out the ol' Monchichi vest and high-waisted teacher pants. Vintage vest & purse, thrifted gloves, trousers & blouse, DKNY heels I felt half '70s Charlie girl, half

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Wang Chung-y

I'm not big on patterns, but I do love a good stripe. Upon finally finding a classic Breton tee for a decent price (why are these so difficult to find when they're supposed to be everywhere?), I was inspired by Alexa Chung's tomboy-meets-French-schoolgirl-style. Stripey, Chung-y fun! Petite Bateau top, H&M skirt, thrifted blazer, Colin Stuart boots A woman standing in line behind me at the store complimented my boots and politely pointed out that

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Modest Me

Despite the summerific 80+ degree weather (why wasn't it like this when I wanted to have Slip 'n Slide birthday parties back in elementary school?), I was feeling modest and turned to my favorite color scheme for inspiration. A loose cotton cardigan and high-waisted Hammer pants are cool and breezy, but still covered up. A luxe belt, a touch of lipstick, and my new favorite almost-retro hairstyle add a touch of sophistication to the

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Dessert Rose

Since the weather seems to have taken an unexpected yet completely typical turn (high 70's in October? In Cincinnati? Of course!), I decided to celebrate the last of the warm-weather days with a pastel palette. These colors never fail to remind me of ice cream. Tucker blouse, Grey Ant jeans, no-name bag (seriously, there's nary a label or imprint on the thing). Have a great weekend! PS: Ooh, just noticed the new site for

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Style Tour, Day One!

I've been running around like a crazy(er) person visiting shops for the Style Tour and getting in touch with boutique owners to plan visits. Yesterday, I met with the lovely ladies of the Dress for Success 4th Street Boutique (they are such a fun and dedicated bunch) to chat about ways to bring more people in to shop. An elegant dress found in the vintage section Encouragement and empowerment in the basement During the course

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