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Style // Going Boho

There are times when I feel less “structured Zara” and more “flowy Free People.” On those days, it feels best to mix dressy vintage with random casual wear like this surprisingly cohesive beaded skirt and graphic tee combo. Anthropologie tee, vintage skirt, bag from the BX, Charlotte Russe sandals, random jewelry I've had for years, old prescription glasses I had tinted Sidenote: I always forget I have this belt, which I bought at one of those

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The Evolution Will Not Be Televised

Every now and then I do something that reminds me how much I absolutely LOVE fashion. This week, it was the Friends of Fashion fundraiser/Cameron Silver book signing at Evolution. I knew about Evolution (and the brilliant STIFF UPPER lip), and LA-based vintage shop Decades is legendary so of course I was excited to meet special guest Cameron Silver, but I encountered something else there: a sense of belonging. What fashion lover wouldn’t delight in the

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Shop Around // Hi-Bred

One of the shops I frequent when I’m scouting for work or hunting for vintage for my own collection is Hi-Bred in Walnut Hills. Owner Shawna Maria Guip (remember we profiled for the September issue of Cincinnati Magazine?) has filled her shop to the brim with vintage and secondhand clothes, accessories, and home goods, all apparently selected to trigger my Things I Must Have sensors. There's plenty of manly menswear and cute things for home

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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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