What to Wear This Weekend

It’s Saturday and you’re not obligated to really put full effort into your outfit choice. But there’s still the underlying ghost of what we wear and how it’s actually an intellectual choice stating who we are and what we’re about. Whether you want to see it this way or not, everyone participates in the outfit…

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I Think Social Media is Taking Over My Life

Maybe I’m being a little over dramatic, but it hit me last night. Social Media has become a part of me, like my elbow or left boob or something. I don’t want to part from it. Last night, while my husband was making busy hospital “I’m chief resident” doctor phone calls, I was downloading Twitter……

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I’m Loving…

This Rebecca Taylor embroidered dress is one of my favorites right now! It has me dreaming of a warm spring day, maybe going to a vineyard or to lunch with my husband. It’s so flirty and fun. And the best part, dancing in it. Loving it! -Elise

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Couture Week in Paris

Couture Week in Paris. I’m gushing thinking about it, rosy cheeks, large smile, and whimsy in my eyes. One day, I tell myself, one day, I will be there. Sigh… Anyway, here’s what I think so far of some of the designers shows: Dior Overall, I like what the house sent down the runway. However,…

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How to Wear a Crop Top in 2016

Part deux of “Cut the Crop”. So, as I said, I wore a crop top four times this week in ways that do not show the skin of the stomach. I actually thought I would have a hard time with this, but actually, I had a great time! Super high waists, layering, and an ode…

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Cut the Crop!

The Crop Top. One of 2015’s favorite trends. We all bought a few or more than a few. And now, we might look at them in our closets and wonder what are we going to do with these in 2016? You might have even wondered that in 2015. I know my stomach is telling me…

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Quick Thoughts: Noise Free Fashion

Conformity. Think about that word for a minute. What kinds of emotions run through you? For myself, it’s repulsion and something I want to deviate from. But, for a long time in fashion, conformity was the norm. Not very long ago, you could conform yourself to the “popular” crowd simply by wearing a popular logo…

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Fig and Olive

The Meatpacking District is known for being host to many of the fashion houses in the United States including Diane von Furstenberg, Jeffrey, and Trina Turk. So, it would come as no surprise that there are also many trendy and fashionable places to eat in the Meatpacking District such as Fig and Olive. Upon entering…

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