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April ’17 Favorites

Lifestyle April 24, 2017 1 Comments
April was filled with reading, cleaning, and embracing the natural nature of life. Here are my top picks from this month: [ Colourpop LippieStix in ‘Kiddo’ ] Ah, the elusive “your natural but better” promise has finally been matched. [ BDG Slim Crop Overall ] Don’t ever wanna think about an outfit again? These work wonders. I haven’t taken them off in weeks. Which…

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Criss Cross

Here & WEAR August 4, 2016 6 Comments
One of my favorite ways to interact with people is by innocently and unexpectedly crossing paths. It’s happened a few times and every time it does, it makes me think that these brief moments are meant to happen. How ironic, because that’s how I found this shirt. Not meaning to go shopping, but crossing paths with it along with four…

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Lifestyle July 1, 2016 0 Comments
June was filled with improvements of life, beauty, and home. I only picked a few things to feature, but I love them even more than usual. Here are my top picks from this month. [ Essie Gel Couture in ‘Hang Up The Heels‘ ] Always do a less-than-mediocre job at painting your nails at home? That makes two of us. This…

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Breezy Casual

Here & WEAR June 7, 2016 3 Comments
I can’t tell you how many times this little white collared dress has saved me in a time-crunch situation. Actually I can, because I just did. It’s a lifesaver. Not like the hard candy, but it is a very sweet score for a closet full of basics. Going to a meeting? Collared Shirt Dress. Late for a birthday party? Collared…

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Lifestyle May 31, 2016 2 Comments
May was filled with working out, extending beauty routines, and way too much traveling (all of the trips I brought these items on, so you know they’re good). Here are my top picks from this month. [ Ovation Hair Cell Therapy ] Kill your hair day in and day out like I do? This makes it stronger and no breakage means…

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Fashionably Late

Here & WEAR May 12, 2016 3 Comments
  Most days, I feel like cancelling all my plans. But I always feel way too bad to ever actually flake or even worse, admit to it. Thankfully, now my clothes can tell my emotions. Instead of wearing what I feel on my sleeve, I’ll wear it on my chest and back. Now I just have to get a bunch of…

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