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Current Obsession: Ankle-strapped Flat Sandals

I do a fair amount of running around at the new gig, which means the usual rotation of 4-inch stilettos ain't cuttin' it. Enter the solution: flat sandals with ankle straps. Flat for obvious reasons, sandals so my toes can breathe, and ankle straps because they help keep my shoes on my feet (seriously, I have problems with this) and make my legs look slightly less chicken-like. Yeah, I have problems with that too. Sandals from

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Executive Realness

I recently re-watched Paris is Burning for the first time in at least 10 years (it still holds up, in case you were wondering) and figured it was time to bring a little Executive Realness to my life. Hugo Buscati blazer; thrifted oxford shirt; J. Crew pants; NOMAD3176 necklace; Giuseppe Zanotti heels If you’ve never seen Paris, I encourage you to watch it (for free!) here. Like I said, it holds up and is just as exuberant/haunting/relevant

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The Choice is Clear

There comes a time in every woman’s life when she has to make a difficult choice. A choice that may be controversial, a choice that not everyone will agree with or understand--but as Cher Horowitz once said, it’s a personal choice every woman has got to make for herself: The choice to wear clear heels. Vintage lucite heels from Atomic Number 10 Now see, I know what you’re thinking. But hear me out: they’re VINTAGE clear heels, not

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