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How Urban Outfitters Parties

How does your company party? Last Thursday, the company I work for threw their annual holiday party at their home offices. Past holiday bashes have been killer - Fourth of July festivities usually involve a butload of food trucks, henna tattoo booths, and carnival rides and last year’s holiday party had Philly’s Cirque Eloize hanging upside down and  Continue Reading »

How I Wore It: Comic Book Tees

Comic book tees. I saw and I conquered. About a month ago, I posted a ‘What i Heart Now’ featuring comic book tees. The post featured my favorite comic book tees but I confessed that although I liked the trend – I thought it was cool and different – I didn’t know if it could  Continue Reading »

Question: Can Evening Wear Be Everyday Wear?

One of the perks of working for a fashion company is the amount of clothes I can purchase for less that “suggested retail price.” During the couple of years I’ve worked for my company, I’ve acquired some pretty neat clothing. The best steal was a wedding dress that retailed for $1500 that I bought for  Continue Reading »















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