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Got Em!

Due to a larger than expected bonus, I took the unrequited shoe yearning as a sign rather than a test, and bought the slightly trashy, over-the-top, waaayyy out of my budget shoes I'd been obsessing about.Buyer's remorse?  Not even a little bit. Have you ever been unsure about a purchase? Did you regret it or did it work out for the best?

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Top 6 Denim: Good Jeans

After the Glamour.com feature, I started thinking about different ways to wear jeans. Luckily, my fellow bloggers provide plenty of inspiration! A few of my recent favorites: Karla of Karla's Closet styles her boyfriend jeans with a sheer blouse and killer sculptural heels. Scott Schuman's lens captured this man, who manages to make extra wide-legged skater inspired jeans look stylish. Marcella at Fashion Distraction lives in a climate where she can not only wear denim shorts in February,

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Unrequited Shoe Yearning

These Guiseppe Zanotti heels are currently 36% off at Couture Zappos. They are only available in my exact size. They are snakeskin and lace up with a minimal yet distinct open toe and a covered platform. In short, they are exactly what I've been looking for. Is this a sign? Or is it a test? I'm in agony over here. What would you do?

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Thank You, America!

After attending Obama's swearing-in yesterday, I really felt the need to represent the US! While the steps of Cincinnati's City Hall aren't exactly the White House, I didn't want the feeling of being in DC among the exuberance and excitement of the inaugural events to end. I decided to put my best quasi-political foot forward in red, white, and blue stripes, red ankle boots, and a beribboned porkpie hat. For me, the magnitude of yesterday can be

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Fashion is Going Green!

No, not that type of green, although conservation is a worthy endeavor in which we should all take interest! I'm talking about the color green, which hasn't been publicly appreciated since Kermit sang about it's virtues. If you have skin with orange or yellow undertones (and according to cosmetics companies, this covers approximately 60% of the US population), green can work for you! Personally, I like green because it adds color without being too obvious--it's bright and

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