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Confidence is Sexy, Wear it Daily

Confident people are noticeable; they stand out. They're fun, entertaining, admirable, captivating, and a slew of other words including sexy. Let’s think about this for a second…. What do you find most attractive about someone? The gender-neutral answer more than likely is, their CONFIDENCE. 

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Style Guide: Valentine's Day Edition

Admit it every year for Valentine’s day you get stumped on what to wear. So much so that you run out on February 13th in a frenzy to ask the store associate what you should buy for your Valentine’s day plans. OHHHHH and trust me this isn’t just what happens on Valentine’s day this is all year long.

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Think Piece on Letting Go & Alignment

Ok, so singing Disney’s Frozen wasn’t what you were expecting but here’s the beauty... it’s actually pretty good advice when it comes to letting go this year. Like that outfit from 3 sizes ago, 3 years ago, 3 stains ago. LET IT GO! We spend a lot of our lives forming attachments to things, yes good and bad. So let’s make sure this year that those outfits still serve a good purpose, otherwise it’s taking up space in your mind and in your closet.

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How & Why To Create A Style Vision Board

Vision board parties have been popping up a lot and with good reason. Many people are visual learners and ‘seeing it is believing it’. Just like when you go shopping, certain items may not seem to your liking or betterment until you actually put it on. A vision board is a great tool to have if you want to maintain focus on specific goals.

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Flashback Post: How Fashionista's Wear Denim on Denim

The denim on denim trend is nothing new. It's been a look I've loved for the past 4 years or so and it looks like this trend isn't going anywhere anytime. But we all need some help making this commonplace outfit a stylish one. I've got some tips on how to style the denim on denim trend like a true fashionista below.

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How Your Clothing Could Be Making Your Depression Worse

2018 has been a tough but needed year when it comes to conversations surrounding mental health, depression and self care. This year has forced all of us to have more candid conversations about our feelings. See for me depression is not a new idea. Really as early as thirteen I started to understand how real depression is and its ramifications.

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