What I Wore: Pumpkin Festival

Fall Fashion Outfit Posts

This past weekend was the Greenbelt Pumpkin Festival, an event the whole community looks forward to every year.  It starts Friday afternoon after school in the town center.  Shlagel Farms donates hundreds of pumpkins and the city sets up picnic tables and a stage. For the first hour it's set up for little kids with smaller pumpkins and washable paint for decorating them and kid-friendly entertainment like a clown. After…

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My Best Beauty Purchases: What I Buy Again and Again

Beauty

Inspired by my friend Kat at Corporette, I thought it would be fun to share my best beauty purchases, items I buy again and again. These are skincare, makeup, and hair products I purchase over and over, and dread when I go a day without it. I’d love to know what our your favorite beauty products too. In the comments let me know what products you love so much you…

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How to Wear Citron and Mustard No Matter Your Skintone

Fashion Advice

I’m just mad about saffron… but saffron’s not mad about me. This fall, one of the hottest colors is one of the hardest to wear. Shades of saffron, citron, curry, mustard, chartreuse, canary, and gold are everywhere from the runway to the mall. It’s an autumnal version of yellow that’s rich, modern, and unique but hard to wear with many complexions. If you’re like me and drawn to the color…

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What I Wore: Weekend Warrior

Fall Fashion Outfit Posts

If you attend cabi's The Scoop conference, they have a huge room dedicated to shopping previous seasons of their clothing. The prices are amazing and you can find some real gems you may have missed out when they were in stock. I saw this sweater and HAD to have it. I loved the subtle camo pattern and saw how it would be great for work with trousers or a pencil…

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DC Staycation at the Kimpton Hotel Madera

Lifestyle Travel

stay·ca·tion /stāˈkāSHn/ noun, informal a vacation spent in one's home country rather than abroad, or one spent at home and involving day trips to local attractions. Staycation, it’s a word often misused. We tell friends we had a staycation when really we lived our normal life inside our home, maybe with more Netflix and less pants. But a staycation is supposed to be a true vacation from the everyday, just…

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What I Wore: Sequins

Fall Fashion Outfit Posts

I've said it before, there's a little Studio 54 hiding in the back of my closet.  For years those fun sequined and sparkly pieces collected dust, not having the guts or the lifestyle to let them see the light of day.  The older I get, the more I want to wear those pieces and will find an occasion to wear them. When I saw this gorgeous sequined dress at ELOQUII…

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Rothy’s Flats Review

Fashion Advice

You’ve likely seen Rothy’s flats. They advertise on Facebook, they’re promoted on Twitter, and if you google you’ll find tons of reviews for Rothy’s flats. But are those reviews legit? I decided to purchase a pair of Rothy’s shoes with my own money, give them a beating, and report back to you a complete honest review of Rothy’s flats. For those who haven’t heard of Rothy’s they’re flats made from…

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What I Wore: Black and White and Rain All Over

Fall Fashion Outfit Posts

Tuesday I was invited by a brand to come to New York for a campaign.  I'll be sure to share more details (and photos!) once I have them.  I, along with Dani from another DC-based fashion blog called Blonde in the District were part of this campaign and went up to New York a bit early to see the city.  While there, we met up with photographer Preethi Rajaguru to…

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