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How To Fake An Expensive Wardrobe

Don’t be fooled. You may think I have a closet full of expensive designer clothes that I spent a fortune on, but don’t judge a book by its cover. Even before I had a baby, I’ve been pretty frugal. I’d rather spend my money on a memorable vacation than a designer handbag. It doesn’t mean I don’t want to wear said designer handbag. Yes, I’m a stylist living in one of the most fabulous cities in the world.
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The Case For Shopping Investment Pieces

  Paul Smith coat (sample, similar online) // Rag & Bone blazer (sample) // Band of Outsiders top via SnobSwap // Chaiken pants (sample) // DVF booties (similar online) // Alexander Wang bag (similar online c/o) // LUMA Jewels by Therese Pagh bracelet (c/o) // Colette Malouf earrings I attended a panel in DUMBO, Brooklyn the other day with Fashionista.com as host along with my good friend and local designer, Rachel, that raised an interesting discussion: American Design
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In Case You Missed It…

Some of you may have slept through the segment that I styled—and added some of my styling tips to the script—as well as modeled in on The Better Show  with one of my favorite discount shopping sites, SnobSwap, this week because it was on in some areas at 5am, 6am and even noon for the non-locals. Not to worry, you can catch my appearance here and let me know if you would wear these looks and which celeb
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The Better Show & SnobSwap (I'm On TV!)

Eliza // Jessica // Jessica // Liz (all in wardrobe styled by me, available on SnobSwap) If you don’t already belong to the luxury designer online marketplace, SnobSwap, you’re going to want to now. The founders of the site asked me to style and model in their recent appearance on the Better Show and I was thrilled to. Working with gorgeous pieces from brands like Marni, Bottega Veneta, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, just to name a few, and
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