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Chevron & Leopard

Chevron & Leopard

Camo & Polka Dots…Gingham & Floral…Aztec & Snake Skin & now Chevron & Leopard. Thanks to my ridiculously large collection of printed dresses you can be sure you’ll see lots odd pairings in future outfits. I say odd because my immediate thought would be that these loud patterns couldn’t possibly work together, but when I…

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By Jackie, May 15, 2013
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Crazy about Florals

Crazy about Florals

Nothing says Spring like a floral dress & in my opinion you can never have too many of them! A light weight floral dress, cross body bag & straw fedora was the perfect outfit for walking around Austin trying out a few of the infamous food trucks & browsing the vintage shops of South Congress….

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By Jackie, May 14, 2013
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Polka Dotting

Polka Dotting

My first of many outfits from my trip to Texas! I wore this red dress to bar hop on 6th Street in Austin, pretty much the coolest place ever. If you ever go to Austin, TX make sure its on your list of places to visit! Pete’s Dueling Piano Bar is a must, just don’t…

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By Jackie, May 10, 2013
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A Trapeze & A Trench

A Trapeze & A Trench

Were you lucky enough to snatch up this Forever 21 Trapeze Bag?!?! I really didn’t think I wanted it, but when I saw it in person during mine & Jess‘s midnight shopping excursion at the Times Square Forever 21 I had to have it! If you follow me on Twitter & Instagram you know that I spend the…

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By Jackie, May 1, 2013
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London Times

London Times

Yesterday we talked shoes…today we’re talking dresses!!!! & it doesn’t really get better than a COLORBLOCK SCUBA Dress!!!! I’ve been wanting to try the “scuba” style dress pretty much since it came out, but being a girl with a LOT of curves and true pear shaped figure I wasn’t sure how it would look. When…

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By Jackie, April 24, 2013
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Room for Style: Styling with Mixed Patterns

Room for Style: Styling with Mixed Patterns

In the blogosphere mixing patterns is “the new black.” Everyone is doing it… But surprisingly this trend has barely made an appearance in any of my outfits…probably due to the fact that I can’t, for the life of me, find a pair of printed pants that I like. But now that the warm(er) weather has…

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By Jackie, April 19, 2013
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Pools & Pillars

Pools & Pillars

Bittersweet..my last St. Louis Fashion Week Outfit Post… The Chase Park Plaza provided Tracy & I the most perfect canvas to shoot what we wore to every STLFW Event we attended. We didn’t get a chance to explore the entire hotel, but we definitely saved the best scenery we did find for last…this beyond gorgeous…

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By Jackie, April 17, 2013
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Neons & Neutrals

Neons & Neutrals

I’m officially over my fear of colored jeans! This is the second time I’m wearing these orange ones and I’m starting to realize you can’t look at colored jeans any differently that regular jeans. When you’re getting dressed forget the fact that they aren’t blue and start trying things on. * A.B.S. by Allen Schwartz…

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By Jackie, April 12, 2013
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Nolita

Nolita

Yesterday I told you all about my amazing St. Louis Saks Adventure & today I’m showing you what I wore! When I picked up this dress & these pumps from the Prabal Gurung for Target Collection I never intended to wear them together, but they’re clearly meant for each other. * BaubleBar Pink Stud Earrings…

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By Jackie, April 10, 2013
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The Swing Dress

The Swing Dress

If you dress for it, it will come….in other words I’m starting to wear my Spring clothes. Be prepared for bare legs, bright colors and even some peep toe shoes! Now can we discuss this clutch?!?!? OMG. Everything about it is perfection. The color, the hardware, the fact that it folds over ((& has a…

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By Jackie, March 26, 2013
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