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Fall is not my favorite season, but the fashion helps

A lot of people think Fall is the best season. Those people are straight up wrong. Fall is the gateway drug that attempts to lure you into the overcast drudgery of Winter; Spring brings similarly mild temperatures and the promise of carefree Summer days ahead. Therefore, Spring is clearly the best season. Don't @ me. Bringin' the boots back! Nevertheless, I've been looking forward to boot-and-sweater season after months of stepping outside into scorching temperatures and...

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Style: Chasing the Moon

I saw these silver earrings while browsing at The Little Mahatma during the OTR/Gateway Celebration a few weeks ago. The shop is filled with "exquisite jewelry, folk art & artifacts from many exotic lands" per their webpage, and the place delivers as promised--the cases and shelves lining every inch of the store are filled with everything from dramatic bejeweled earrings from India to heavily decorated gold collars from Morocco. The cloying scent of nag champa...

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Inspiration: Fall-ready?

The crazy schedule of the fashion industry (Spring shows in September, Fall shows in February) has thrown off my seasonal sensibilities for years. As a result, I usually start craving Fall items around the beginning of July or so. It's kind of ridiculous--in the midst of watching fireworks on Sawyer Point in 90-degree weather wearing short-shorts and a tank top, I'm daydreaming about boots and sweaters! This year, the craving has set in a bit early...

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Wear It Now

The whole "Upper East Side housewife in the Hamptons" look has never been my thing, so I have to admit, I turned my nose up a bit at Tory Burch in the past. However, her Fall/Winter 2009 collection made me do a double take and I've seriously reconsidered accepting that marriage proposal from a wealthy New York investment banker type. Wait, what? Banks are failing and the stock market is in the dumps? Oh. Nevermind...

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