Got Print the Promotional Experts, an Affordable Way to Take Your Brand to the Next Level

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ranted much of what we do as bloggers is done online but nothing beats a statement making business card. Although Bryan Boy claimed at the last Lucky FABB conference in New York that business cards are obsolete, it is still one of the easiest ways to swap information when meeting people face to face.

Moschino Resort 2015 For Lookbook Friday

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here has been much talk in the last few years of the democratization of fashion. The idea that fashion can be fun and can be embraced by the many. Yes, street style inspired fashion is nothing new, but Moschino’s Resort Collection for 2015 is certainly a giggle inspiring romp down the “streetz” of fashiondom. An unabashed celebration of self promotion, and an unapologetic exploration of the new money aesthetic …

Flat or low heeled booties do you do it? And if you do, are you tall? Do you have to be tall?

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egular readers of my blog know that I generally do not wear heels higher then three inches, and most of the time I wear heels that two inches or less. I often wear sneakers as they are comfortable and luckily for me, super on trend. That said, I don’t always want to wear sneakers, but, when I am looking at a day spent walking all over the city, the thought of heels even when they are under two inches does not thrill me.

Vogue Knitting Live—New York City 2015, Fun, Fiber, & Fashion in the heart of Times Square!

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ast Saturday I had the great pleasure of attending my first Vogue Knitting Live event. I started with the company in August and I have been looking forward to this event since my first day. Vogue Knitting live is a traveling three-day conference for knitters and crocheters, and takes place three times year.

Fashion Blogger Photo Shoot in My Hood, Just One of the Perks of Living in NYC

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love working in Soho and I must say one of the perks if living in New York, is that yes you are pretty much in the middle of it all. Yes I call Soho my hood even though I do not live there, I do work there and I spend a lot of time there. And you never know who you will see roaming the streets. A few months ago I saw one of my favorite street style photographers

Rent The Runway and How I Found a Clover Canyon Irish Box Print Bomber Jacket

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Rent The Runway is one of the hottest break out companies and success stories in the last few years. Launching roughly five years ago and offering their services online only, they now have brick and mortar stores in three major cities as well as styling services. And hold on to your hats ladies, but they are now offering a monthly service

French Connection, an After Christmas Sale and a Lovely Faux Fur Sweater

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hristmas is over, the holidays have come and gone and we all know that means…sales! Many retailers are having major sales and offering deep discounts. It was a cold brisk day on Friday, but sunny and bright. So what is a girl to do on such a day on her lunch break? Why shop of course! I picked up this sweater and it was quite the steal.

Artifact Uprising and a Beautiful and Appealing Way to Display Your Photos

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hen I was in design school the whole carrying around a large black portfolio case was more or less on it’s way out. No one was displaying their work this way anymore, and if you did, you were dating yourself. But this was pre the iPad days so portfolios were still presented non-digitally.

Nike, the Pantone Color of the Year and a Chic Pair of Kicks to Kick Off 2015

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t is a new year and of course that means there is a new Pantone Color of the Year, and the color named for 2015 is quite the departure from previous years—it is a dark, rich toned hue, and is named after the well known wine that hails from the city of Marsala in the southern region of Italy.

King Arthur Flour and Some Holiday Cookie Cutter Cookies For You

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ell this year I continued in what just may become an annual Christmas Eve ritual and I made butter cookie cutter cookies. Last year was the first year I did this, I thought it would be complicated—like you had to be Martha Stewart or a professional baker to pull this off. But it was easier then I thought. I was encouraged after making homemade biscotti which was not difficult either.