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[on Etsy: Honeycomb Motif Silver Swimsuit by LaBronz $91]
This deconstructed silver bathing suit is seriously awesome (I know, silly tan lines, but I wear 70 spf anyway). I lov[...]
Flute? Flute? Or flute? The image of a musical flute or a champagne flute doesn't exactly conjure the image of a fluted skirt, but that is what you call this incredibly flattering [...]
I used to be under the commonly held (but erroneous) impression that oil is bad for one's skin. In fact, I would do everything in my power to eradicate it from my skin - by using p[...]
Work wear and fashion don't really feel so synonymous. In fact, when I imagine getting dressed for an office or a board meeting, I imagine picking the most conservative, ill-f[...]
[image: Incredible India by Badruddeen on Flickr]
Sorry about the lack of posts lately, but I've been on a bit of a whirlwind of trips, first to Delhi, India, attending the Del[...]
[Today's post is written by our special guest Madelaine Veenstra of the amazing resource WikiFashion. I get much of my information for posts from her project, so I suggested she wr[...]
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