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Caught Red Handed: Making a Monochromatic Statement

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1For Love & Lemons
2Rebecca Minkoff

Every rule has its exceptions, and the world of styling is stuffed with them. Overflowing, really—wearing white after labor, moms who can (and do) rock skinny jeans, turtlenecks in the summer. And on that note, I tend to bend a few sartorial rules when assembling outfits. My greatest fear isn’t looking outrageous; it’s looking forgettable. The thought of an all-red…

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Bohemian Strategy: Blending Beachy Looks with City Vibes

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1For Love & Lemons

Southern California fashion has a flavor distinctly it’s own. With the sprawling coastline, rows of palm trees dotting (nearly) every street and a permanent vacation climate as influences, it’s no wonder why so many of use are head-over-heels for bohemian styles, bright colors and breezy silhouettes. But particularly in Los Angeles, we’ve, Los Angeles adopted a hybrid bohemian-meets-cosmopolitan tang that…

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Fleur-Ever Young: Visiting The Flower Fields at Carlsbad Ranch in Style

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1Lovers + Friends

If you’ve been paying attention thus far, you might’ve picked up on a certain theme here. Aside from my infatuation with pretty dresses and obvious donut addiction, I adore flowers. After all, this is Fleur de Linds (for those of you who skipped French class, that means flower). So before I tell you about my outfit for this excursion, I’ve…

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Mint Condition: Mastering Spring Floral Prints

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1Camilla

Florals? Love ’em. Funky prints? I’m game. But together? Let’s just say they’re not always my favorite combination. When I think of spring floral prints, quite a few clichés come to mind (not to mention Meryl Streep’s glorious performance in The Devil Wears Prada). I mean, there are quite a few famous instances of floral faux pas—say, your grandma’s hideous old couch, many…

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