Practical Fall Fashion for Autumn Activities

Oct
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Hello. My name is Lauren and I’m addicted to all things autumn. Pumpkin patches, colorful foliage, spiced lattés, chunky sweaters, buffalo-check plaid patterns, and apples galore… I. Love. Everything. (Can we just repeat September, October, and November on a loop?) I’m especially fanatical about autumn outings—trips to the farm for … Continue reading

Cute Game Day College Outfit

Oct
Game Day Fashions from Draper James

I’m heading to my Vanderbilt Homecoming game this weekend. That means wearing black and gold with pride. I love a cute game day college outfit and the new “Spirit” collection from Draper James and Reese Witherspoon includes the perfect things to pack for this Commodore (our school mascot). Reese Witherspoon … Continue reading

Get on Trend with JCPenney

Sep
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To all my busy mamas out there, Autumn has arrived and although the temps in the northeast have yet to dip, we are ready for a wardrobe update.  We are showing you how to get on trend with JCPenney. Fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday life. … Continue reading

Happiest in Brooklyn

Sep
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Where is your happy place? I have a few… Paris, in the mountains of Utah, and, of course, in my Brooklyn neighborhood. I love Brooklyn for the quirky people who love being different and love being true to themselves. I also love that Brooklyn has the highest per capita percentage … Continue reading

Comfy Kids Fall Fashion

Sep

If I’ve learned anything as the parent of elementary school aged kids, it’s that anything I buy to add to their fall wardrobes has to be comfortable. And that goes for gear too. If it’s not comfy, they aren’t going to wear it and they aren’t going to use it. … Continue reading