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Seven Four Eleven

AG shirt; vintage shorts and belt, Daniblack shoes I picked up these shorts for 99 cents at the St. Vincent de Paul on Este Avenue (which is now clearly my new favorite store) and took them up a few inches during a DIY sewing kick. I'm not usually into dressing matchy-matchy, but I couldn't resist wearing my striped espadrilles with a striped top--you know, as a nod to the whole holiday thing.   

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Red dress run

Thrifted dress, belt, and heels; Victoria's Secret top, Ray Ban sunglassesI picked up this dress on a thrifting adventure a few years ago, and it's served me well as a comfy laying-around-the-house dress. Since I wanted to take it for a spin OUTSIDE the couch, I wore it over an off-the-shoulder striped top and woven belt. The belt was another thrift score, and I clearly remember there being two or three

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Dressed in (almost) All Black Like The Omen

Thrifted blazer; American Apparel skirt; Mustard Seed tank; Ash sandals; jewelry from unknown vendorsAs much as I want to wear multiple bright colors, it never seems to work out. I wore my DIY sleeveless blazer with plenty of goes-with-everything black, red drop earrings, and my favorite orange lipstick. I guess I've always been more comfortable playing the demon child.Have a great weekend!

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Guide: Summer in the City

'Member how I said I wanted to start including stuff about other people on this site so it's only, say, 95% self-indulgent vanity? Well, I'm sticking with it! I asked a few of my bloggy friends (that's what I'm calling them until YOU come up with something better, all right?) what they were into right now and they rose to the occasion:Occupation:  Sales Analyst  |  Stomping ground: Downtown CincinnatiReading:  Finishing Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell

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