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Tuesday, April 14



The perfect outfit for doing a quick grocery run (think lockdown quick... and don't forget your mask, stay safe đź’—):
  1. your favorite jeans
  2. a plain black tee
  3. a plaid coat
  4. gold sneakers or comfy shoes


Saturday, February 8


“What I advise you to do is, not to be unhappy before the crisis comes; since it may be that the dangers before which you paled as if they were threatening you, will never come upon you; they certainly have not yet come. 
Accordingly, some things torment us more than they ought; some torment us before they ought; and some torment us when they ought not to torment us at all. We are in the habit of exaggerating, or imagining, or anticipating, sorrow.”


“It is likely that some troubles will befall us; but it is not a present fact. How often has the unexpected happened! How often has the expected never come to pass! And even though it is ordained to be, what does it avail to run out to meet your suffering? You will suffer soon enough, when it arrives; so look forward meanwhile to better things. What shall you gain by doing this? Time. There will be many happenings meanwhile which will serve to postpone, or end, or pass on to another person, the trials which are near or even in your very presence. A fire has opened the way to flight. Men have been let down softly by a catastrophe. Sometimes the sword has been checked even at the victim’s throat. Men have survived their own executioners. Even bad fortune is fickle. Perhaps it will come, perhaps not; in the meantime it is not. So look forward to better things.”



"Weigh carefully your hopes as well as your fears, and whenever all the elements are in doubt, decide in your own favor; believe what you prefer. And if fear wins a majority of the votes, incline in the other direction anyhow, and cease to harass your soul, reflecting continually that most mortals, even when no troubles are actually at hand or are certainly to be expected in the future, become excited and disquieted."








Sunday, April 29


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It's as easy as the look above! Mix up denim pieces and create interesting layers that you can put on and take off as it gets warmer. By using the same denim color you create a polished look while combining dark denim with light denim will give you an edgy feel. Your favorite denim jacket will be your best friend this summer, or, if you're looking for a new one, take a look at my personal picks below - there are so many styles to choose from!

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Loving the fresh look that a frayed cropped denim jacket can give to this linen skirt:

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A denim coat is a key new piece to incorporate to your wardrobe: a trench look that is wearable through summer and fall and is not as casual as your everyday jacket.


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Playing with lengths and denim finishes produces a totally unique result. An extra-long jacket paired with high-rise flared jeans in a darker shade and finish goes perfect with a staple 100% cotton shirt and trendy white boots.

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A denim kimono is another key piece for summer that will be a great way to transition into fall. Pair it with contrasting white jeans and an intricate blouse for a timeless look. Finish it up with strap sandals and a trendy net bag. An easy to wear and stylish summer look in one shot.

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Shop the Looks:
Wednesday, March 28

It's always time for a great coat! We show you three ways.
Sunday, March 4

Spring is already upon us!
Well, the good news is this year is full of fun and interesting trends to experiment with. Some of them started already last year but others have either finished establishing themselves the past few weeks or have become simply undeniable.
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