Memorial Day Looks

Memorial Day is known to us in the US as a time to remember and reflect upon those who served us in the armed forces.  It’s a day dedicated to those who risked their lives and lost them, for us as American’s. It’s a somber time for many and a time for all of us to…

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4 Ways to Wear It: Romper Style

I work in the District of Columbia (D.C.), the Government hub for all things well, Government. 95% of the people in the area have some form of 9 to 5 connection with the United States’ largest employer whether it’s directly or indirectly. Grey and navy suits are in full boring effect Monday though Friday. I…

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Single Mother Style

This year marks my 11th Mother’s Day.  I’ve been a mother since the day I found out I was pregnant, but the word “single” has always been attached to “mother” for me and I found out I’d be a single mother the same day I found out I’d be a mother. Throughout my pregnancy I…

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Stamp It

Sometimes I sit and wonder how my shopping habits would change if I had the ability to buy whatever I wanted. Like, what would it be like to go into Barney’s and say “just throw it in the bag!” It would be amazing, I think. But on second thought, would it make me a lazy…

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The Power of Purple

This past weekend I had the opportunity to do one of the things I love doing most (giving back) in one of my favorite places (the mall)….Bloomingdale’s to be exact. I was invited by my friend Candice who works in the cosmetics department in Tyson’s Corner, VA to join in on one of their Saturday…

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Monochrome Blues

I love to compare style to art. The word “monochrome” [mon–uh-krohm] is set aside in the dictionary for art; paintings drawn in different shades of the same color, an artist’s technique, or the state or condition, of being painted or decorated, in the same color.  Like many facets of style borrowed from the world of art,…

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