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Category Archives: Wardrobe

How i Wore It: Cleaning

posted on 03/12/2013, by

How do you clean? Do you wear sweats? An oversized tee? Scrunchie socks? Well, I do it a little bit differently. I wear wedding dresses (I have two), sip wine, and dance to really bad tunes. Birds may even chirp. If you’re going to get sh** done, why not do it in style, right? I  Continue Reading »

A Morsel of Fashion History

posted on 02/18/2013, by

A morsel of fashion history is what I have to offer you today. I don’t want to cause any overdoses. While ending an elliptical marathon at the gym two weeks ago, I flipped through Town And Country Weddings to make the time go by faster. Yes, I read wedding magazines. I read all magazines –  Continue Reading »

What I’ve Made: Undies and Other Underthings

posted on 02/4/2013, by

Maddie, you’re so slow! I know, I know. You don’t have to tell me because I know.  While I was home in Florida for Christmas, Valerie, Brandy, Becky, and I collaborated once again for a photo shoot of my most recent creations, which this time, was not a dress but lingerie. Well, the photos are in.  Continue Reading »

How i Wore It + Giveaway

posted on 01/16/2013, by

I channeled Michael Jackson. I mixed black and white, incorporated sequins and fingerless gloves, and scrunched my socks low, real low. Don’t give me that look. This is how I do comfy and cozy. I don’t even need to grab my crotch to make a statement. I am a Floridian only by birth and definitely  Continue Reading »













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      LAUREN finally finished her OAL (outfit-a-long) and you must check out what she made!

       

      Have you seen Grainline Studio's new pattern, THE ALDER DRESS? Hop on over to see one of the best summer staples. Also, Jen is currently hosting a sew-a-long if you want to join.