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DIY : Distressed Boyfriend Jeans

Once upon time jeans were strictly worn by cowboys and miners due to durability. Then the early 1950’s came rollin’ around and the uber-cool James Dean was rocking denim in the film Rebel without a Cause and suddenly jeans were booming in the “greaser” subculture and manifested into a symbol of youth rebellion, oh the […]

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How To Deal With the “Party Friend”

We all know that one girl- the one that seems to know everyone, be everywhere and know everything. She’s got all the biggest and best parties marked in her calendar and you can bet money that she’ll be in attendance at every last one. Yes, there is usually a party girl in every social circle. […]

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Finding Your Style

Personal style is a unique part of fashion because it allows you to tell a story. You get the opportunity to use accessories, colors and various garments to give a voice to your look. For those less familiar with fashion, developing a personal style can be difficult. In this case, sometimes it’s easier to pinpoint […]

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Spring Jeans For 2015

In spring 2015, we’ll be doing two things: spring cleaning and spring jeaning. Spring jeaning (according to me) is the art of cycling out your fall and winter denim and cycling in your new spring jeans. It never hurts to get a jump start, especially when it comes to shopping, so here is a guide […]

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New Year, New Music

It’s 2015. You’re committing to resolutions, you’re freshening up your wardrobe, you’re reinventing yourself and boppin’ around with a new energy and sense of self. The question is, what are you boppin’ to? What beat is putting the pep in your step? What is your soundtrack to your new year? It’s time to prepare yourself […]

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How To Make and Keep Your Resolutions

Make It Realistic There’s a saying, “after all is said and done, a lot more will have been said than done.” It’s really easy to tell yourself you’re going do something and not do it and resolutions tend to be one of those things. One reason why resolutions are so hard to follow through on […]

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